Tanya Levorchick and Logan Hill just returned from a successful two weeks at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC, with Chester Meadows two horses Baloubina and Zanzibar.
Baloubina won all of her classes except one, in which she placed second. For her spectacular efforts she was awarded Champion week 1, and Reserve Champion week 2.
Zanzibar jumped well in just his second outing at 1.60m, and placed 10th in the first Longines World Cup Qualifier of the year.
Tanya and Zanzibar will continue their quest to qualify for the 2016 World Cup Finals in Gothenburg, SWE at the next qualifier in Sacramento, CA Sept. 21-27.
October starts off with one of the most prestigious and glamorous shows in the world, the Longines Los Angeles Masters, Oct. 1-4. Zanzibar will be there along with Chester Meadows newest acquisition, Coco D’Eclipse, a 10 year old Belgium warmblood stallion. Coco will be flying to Los Angeles with all of the European horses, where they will be kept in a secure quarantine area while showing. At the conclusion of the show, he will head to Oregon to finish the remainder of his quarantine period before joining the rest of the team at Rancho Riding Club.