Left, Neil Falkenhan won the Pump ’n’ Run contest last Thursday. Right, Isaiah Robins, 9, was the kids’ Pump ’n’ Run winner.
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Caroline Jungck of Sag Harbor, riding her sister Hannah’s horse, My Favorite Spot, was the reserve champion in Section B of the Children’s Hunter Large Pony division.
As a Pierson Whaler he never won in the Beehive, and he wants to keep it that way.
Swan Creek’s Lucy Beeton of Sag Harbor rode Amanda Topping’s horse, Monopoly, in low equitation classes on the show’s opening day.
The Hampton Classic Horse Show drew more than 600 Long Island riders to its opening classes Sunday, among them, above, Devon Degen of Water Mill, who won the Hugh J.B. Cassidy III Adult Maclay; Alex Donlon of Hicksville, below, winner of a Long Island Horse Show Series for Riders With Disabilities trophy.
Heidi Csorba, above,who gamely stayed on in a 2-to-4-year-old Leadline class, and Paige Towers, below, of Manhasset, bestowing a kiss on Baltimore II after placing second in Child Equitation Low/Fences Section B
The White team’s Neil Falkenhan was the given the hook for two minutes midway through the third period for the above infraction. The Yellow team’s Justin Agnello was soon to follow, making it a 4-on-4 game for a bit.
The Car Doctor World crew remapped a Porsche Metzger engine in the past two months, creating a 1,000-horsepower version that runs on pump fuel.
Olympian Joe Fargis judges riders in the leadline class. Durell Godfey
Katie Mae Sweeney, 5, on Lil' Bit of LuckDurell Godfey
This family stuck around to watch after their rider finished up Sunday morning.Durell Godfey
Katie Mae Sweeney, 5, a granddaughter of Representative Peter King, won first in her age group. Durell Godfey
Representative Peter King, who was at the Hampton Classic to see his granddaughter ride, was interviewed by the TV host Cognac Wellerlane.Durell Godfey
The coveted blue ribbonDurell Godfey