Welcome to IROBE.

IROBE is a registry open to all equestrians and their horses that are ridden, trained, and shown bitless, with or without a bridle. We are growing and would love you to join us!

IROBE presented their Inaugural Year-End Awards on February 17, 2018.  Scroll down to discover our Inaugural Horse & Rider Of The Year! 

Check out our photos below and our Gallery of Champions!

 

IROBE rewards members who show with an award program for all disciplines, including the IROBE Horse & Rider of the year!   Participation is easy.  Winners are determined through verifiable self-reported scores from shows of any rating, including schooling shows and internet show sites. IROBE can be joined through membership in the Bitless & Beautiful riding club.

We are thrilled to announce that our 2018 prize package will include a beautiful  Transcend BItless Bridle so join today!

IROBE's mission is to encourage bitless riding and training through offering incentives of recognition and reward through a yearly awards program, and to unite and grow the bitless community, offer support, and raise awareness about bitless riding and training.

"Be the change you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Ghandi

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR OCTOBER 2018

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 75 points

  2. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 74 points

  3. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 71 points

  4. Anne Milligan & Carter - 19 points

  5. Tracy Vasquez & Honey - 12 points

  6. Sarah Ross & Duncan / Liz Gitto & Bella / Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  7. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly / Laura Bojarski & Fiona - 10 points

  8. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly / Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  9. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

  10. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 7 points

DRESSAGE (Juniors)

  1. Jordanna Gitto & Bella - 23 points

  2. Nala Real & Bella - 11 points

  3. Briar Foyle & Bella - 10 points

  4. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 9 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 166 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 108 points

  3. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 46 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 29 points

  5. Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 22 points

  6. Jen Joines & Kiche - 14 points

  7. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 12 points

  8. Lucie Saunders & Fiona / Suzette Joffrey & Fiona - 11 points

  9. Sami Lyster & Starla / Leah Dennis & Bella / Tracy Vasquez & Honey / Brooke Schiffman & Fiona / Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 10 points

  10. Tish Hicks & Fiona - 8 points

  11. Alexis Donohue & Fiona - 7 points

IN HAND LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 74 points

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 70 points

  4. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 47 points

  5. Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 22 points

  6. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 19 points

  7. Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  8. Sami Lyster & Starla - 10 points

  9. Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  10. Tish Hicks & Fiona / Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 8 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 56 points

  2. Jen Joins & Kiche - 16 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Kiche - 11 points

2018 HORSE OF THE YEAR

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 116 points

  3. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 75 points

  4. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 74 points

  5. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 71 points

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR SEPTEMBER 2018

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 75 points

  2. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 71 points

  3. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 64 points

  4. Anne Milligan & Carter - 19 points

  5. Tracy Vasquez & Honey - 12 points

  6. Sarah Ross & Duncan / Liz Gitto & Bella / Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  7. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly / Laura Bojarski & Fiona - 10 points

  8. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly / Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  9. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

  10. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 7 points

DRESSAGE (Juniors)

  1. Jordanna Gitto & Bella - 23 points

  2. Nala Real & Bella - 11 points

  3. Briar Foyle & Bella - 10 points

  4. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 9 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 166 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 98 points

  3. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 40 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 29 points

  5. Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 19 points

  6. Jen Joines & Kiche - 14 points

  7. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 12 points

  8. Suzette Joffrey & Fiona - 11 points

  9. Sami Lyster & Starla / Leah Dennis & Bella / Tracy Vasquez & Honey / Brooke Schiffman & Fiona / Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 10 points

  10. Tish Hicks & Fiona - 8 points

IN HAND LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 64 points

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 60 points

  4. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 41 points

  5. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly / Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 19 points

  6. Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  7. Sami Lyster & Starla - 10 points

  8. Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  9. Tish Hicks & Fiona / Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 8 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 46 points

  2. Jen Joins & Kiche - 16 points

2018 HORSE OF THE YEAR

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 86 points

  3. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 75 points

  4. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 71 points

  5. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 64 points

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR AUGUST 2018

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 56 points

  2. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 52 points

  3. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 46 points

  4. Anne Milligan & Carter - 19 points

  5. Tracy Vasquez & Honey - 12 points

  6. Sarah Ross & Duncan / Liz Gitto & Bella / Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  7. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly / Laura Bojarski & Fiona - 10 points

  8. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly / Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  9. Laura Bojarski & Fiona / Rachel Mackenzie & Casey / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

  10. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 7 points

DRESSAGE (Juniors)

  1. Jordanna Gitto & Bella - 12 points

  2. Nala Real & Bella - 11 points

  3. Briar Foyle & Bella - 10 points

  4. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 9 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 166 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 78 points

  3. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 33 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 29 points

  5. Jen Joines & Kiche - 14 points

  6. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 12 points

  7. Suzette Joffrey & Fiona - 11 points

  8. Sami Lyster & Starla / Leah Dennis & Bella / Tracy Vasquez & Honey / Brooke Schiffman & Fiona / Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 10 points

  9. Tish Hicks & Fiona - 8 points

IN HAND LEAGUE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 50 points

  3. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 46 points

  4. Marlen Grunewald & Good Golly Miss Molly - 33 points

  5. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 19 points

  6. Jodie Wells & Lucero - 11 points

  7. Sami Lyster & Starla / Suzette Joffrey & Bella - 10 points

  8. Sam Tsuda & Tiki - 9 points

  9. Tish Hicks & Fiona / Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 8 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 46 points

  2. Jen Joins & Kiche - 16 points

2018 HORSE OF THE YEAR

  1. Jen Joines & Kricket - 182 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 86 points

  3. Susan Borders & Clearly Slammin - 56 points

  4. Kerry Boucher & Sandhill Peaches - 52 points

  5. Kerry Boucher & Sweet Surrender - 46 points

   I first met Casey in the summer of 1991, when she was 3 & I was 11. I arrived at the riding school one evening, to find one of the staff from the dealer’s yard that was part of the business, tacking up a new pony. I remember him telling me, "We just broke this one in this morning," as he slapped the saddle on her back. She looked utterly terrified, wild eyed & with her mane in ringlets down her shoulder. She was completely bewildered in the lesson. I remember he had a horrible short stick that he kept smacking her with. A couple of times she dropped her shoulder & dumped him on the ground, & I secretly thought, "Good for you, pony!"  Shortly after that I started riding her. I had always been told "Don't ever ask for a pony, we can't afford one," so it came as a total surprise when my mum & dad told me what I was getting for Christmas that year - Casey!  We spent my teenage years having fun with friends, going to shows, etc. Casey was never the easiest pony to ride back then, she was very spooky & flighty, & frequently galloped off with me. I put it down to her bad start at the dealer’s yard. I was constantly being told by other people, "That pony is taking advantage, get a stronger bit in her mouth." I was once persuaded to try her in a pelham - it was as if she had never been broken in. She stood & shook, & refused to move. So I went back to the little rubber bit I had been using. At that time nobody I knew rode bitless, it was pretty much unheard of among my horsey friends.  The breakthrough came in autumn 2000. For my 21st birthday Casey & I went to a training weekend with Richard Maxwell, an ex cavalry officer who had trained with Monty Roberts & then gone his own way. I had been to a couple of his demos & liked the way he worked. Max, as he is known, watched us ride the first morning, then rode Casey himself, & quickly decided that she was super sensitive & couldn't cope with any pressure in her mouth. So I got back on her, he took the bridle off & told me to just let her go, as she had to figure out for herself that there was nothing to run away from any more. She took off round the school, & I can vividly remember the other course participants flattened against the wall of the school, with looks of horror on their faces as we thundered past, & Max calmly saying, "You're doing fine, just sit there, she needs to work this out"! Gradually she began to relax & slow down, & finally came to a halt. I spent the rest of the weekend riding in a rope halter, & went home with a changed pony & a new approach.  Casey has never worn a bit since then. There were times when my friends would be going to shows & I would think it would have been nice to be able to go as well, but I refused to put a bit in her mouth just because I fancied a day out, & there were even fewer opportunities to compete bitless back then. Luckily we had access to plenty of hacking, so we spent our days exploring the countryside, hacking for hours in the hills near our home. People who had known Casey before couldn't believe the change in her. She can still be spooky & likes to go fast, even now, but the fear had gone.  That would have been the end of our story, had it not been for a fateful day in October 2014. Casey was struck down by a severe bout of laminitis, brought on by Cushing’s disease. She had never had laminitis in her life, & was showing no symptoms of Cushing’s, yet she was literally crippled overnight. It was devastating. She spent the next 7 months on box rest. Her pedal bones sank to within 1mm of coming through the soles of her feet. She had to have holes made in her soles to relieve the pressure, & I had to change her dressings every other day. It was a very dark time. She wasn't expected to make it, & indeed the decision had provisionally been made to let her go. Her feet were too unstable to travel her, but a specialist from the local equine hospital agreed to come out & see her at my vet’s request. We thought long & hard about whether it was the right thing to do, but decided to give her a chance. It was a long recovery, but she was amazing throughout it, & coped really well.  After 7 months her feet were stable enough to travel, & she was ready to start turnout. We were forced to move yards as the yard we were on couldn't provide restricted grazing. She settled really well at the new yard, & continued to improve. To this day my vet & farrier still talk of her recovery as being nothing short of a miracle. All I wanted was for Casey to be well again, I was fully expecting never to ride her, but in Sept 2015 after 11 months off, I sat on my special pony again!  My vet & farrier both agreed that as long as I was careful, a bit of gentle exercise would be good for her. I was worried about the concussion on her feet if I hacked her on the roads, but the new yard has an outdoor school, something we had never had before, so we started playing about doing little schooling sessions. To my surprise, we both enjoyed it! We rode our first ever dressage test about 18 months ago. Someone had told me about online showing, which sounded perfect for us. It gave us something to aim for, without any of the stress of travelling - & we could do it bitless!  Casey & I started competing with Interdressage in January last year, & shortly after Nina invited us to join IROBE. We have had so much fun this last year, trying out lots of different classes. We even made it out to an actual show, wearing our home made bitless in hand bridle! When I think of how ill Casey was, for us to be able to be learning new things & having so much fun, never mind winning awards, is just amazing. Nina's passion & commitment to promoting bitless riding is an inspiration, & Casey & I are very proud to have been part of IROBE's inaugural year!

I first met Casey in the summer of 1991, when she was 3 & I was 11. I arrived at the riding school one evening, to find one of the staff from the dealer’s yard that was part of the business, tacking up a new pony. I remember him telling me, "We just broke this one in this morning," as he slapped the saddle on her back. She looked utterly terrified, wild eyed & with her mane in ringlets down her shoulder. She was completely bewildered in the lesson. I remember he had a horrible short stick that he kept smacking her with. A couple of times she dropped her shoulder & dumped him on the ground, & I secretly thought, "Good for you, pony!"

Shortly after that I started riding her. I had always been told "Don't ever ask for a pony, we can't afford one," so it came as a total surprise when my mum & dad told me what I was getting for Christmas that year - Casey!

We spent my teenage years having fun with friends, going to shows, etc. Casey was never the easiest pony to ride back then, she was very spooky & flighty, & frequently galloped off with me. I put it down to her bad start at the dealer’s yard. I was constantly being told by other people, "That pony is taking advantage, get a stronger bit in her mouth." I was once persuaded to try her in a pelham - it was as if she had never been broken in. She stood & shook, & refused to move. So I went back to the little rubber bit I had been using. At that time nobody I knew rode bitless, it was pretty much unheard of among my horsey friends.

The breakthrough came in autumn 2000. For my 21st birthday Casey & I went to a training weekend with Richard Maxwell, an ex cavalry officer who had trained with Monty Roberts & then gone his own way. I had been to a couple of his demos & liked the way he worked. Max, as he is known, watched us ride the first morning, then rode Casey himself, & quickly decided that she was super sensitive & couldn't cope with any pressure in her mouth. So I got back on her, he took the bridle off & told me to just let her go, as she had to figure out for herself that there was nothing to run away from any more. She took off round the school, & I can vividly remember the other course participants flattened against the wall of the school, with looks of horror on their faces as we thundered past, & Max calmly saying, "You're doing fine, just sit there, she needs to work this out"! Gradually she began to relax & slow down, & finally came to a halt. I spent the rest of the weekend riding in a rope halter, & went home with a changed pony & a new approach.

Casey has never worn a bit since then. There were times when my friends would be going to shows & I would think it would have been nice to be able to go as well, but I refused to put a bit in her mouth just because I fancied a day out, & there were even fewer opportunities to compete bitless back then. Luckily we had access to plenty of hacking, so we spent our days exploring the countryside, hacking for hours in the hills near our home. People who had known Casey before couldn't believe the change in her. She can still be spooky & likes to go fast, even now, but the fear had gone.

That would have been the end of our story, had it not been for a fateful day in October 2014. Casey was struck down by a severe bout of laminitis, brought on by Cushing’s disease. She had never had laminitis in her life, & was showing no symptoms of Cushing’s, yet she was literally crippled overnight. It was devastating. She spent the next 7 months on box rest. Her pedal bones sank to within 1mm of coming through the soles of her feet. She had to have holes made in her soles to relieve the pressure, & I had to change her dressings every other day. It was a very dark time. She wasn't expected to make it, & indeed the decision had provisionally been made to let her go. Her feet were too unstable to travel her, but a specialist from the local equine hospital agreed to come out & see her at my vet’s request. We thought long & hard about whether it was the right thing to do, but decided to give her a chance. It was a long recovery, but she was amazing throughout it, & coped really well.

After 7 months her feet were stable enough to travel, & she was ready to start turnout. We were forced to move yards as the yard we were on couldn't provide restricted grazing. She settled really well at the new yard, & continued to improve. To this day my vet & farrier still talk of her recovery as being nothing short of a miracle. All I wanted was for Casey to be well again, I was fully expecting never to ride her, but in Sept 2015 after 11 months off, I sat on my special pony again!

My vet & farrier both agreed that as long as I was careful, a bit of gentle exercise would be good for her. I was worried about the concussion on her feet if I hacked her on the roads, but the new yard has an outdoor school, something we had never had before, so we started playing about doing little schooling sessions. To my surprise, we both enjoyed it! We rode our first ever dressage test about 18 months ago. Someone had told me about online showing, which sounded perfect for us. It gave us something to aim for, without any of the stress of travelling - & we could do it bitless!

Casey & I started competing with Interdressage in January last year, & shortly after Nina invited us to join IROBE. We have had so much fun this last year, trying out lots of different classes. We even made it out to an actual show, wearing our home made bitless in hand bridle! When I think of how ill Casey was, for us to be able to be learning new things & having so much fun, never mind winning awards, is just amazing. Nina's passion & commitment to promoting bitless riding is an inspiration, & Casey & I are very proud to have been part of IROBE's inaugural year!

Reserve Champions - HOY

Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

Los Angeles, CA

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3rd Place - HOY

Lucy Bailey & Bella

Los Angeles, CA

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4th Place - HOY

Lucie Saunders & Sarafina

Los Angeles, CA

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5th Place - HOY

Jordana Gitto & Bella

Los Angeles, CA

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2017 FINAL STANDINGS - DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 172 points

  2. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 110 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 62 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 55 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 46 points

  6. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  7. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  8. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  9. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 21 points

  10. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  12. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

2017 FINAL STANDINGS - DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 106 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 48 points

  3. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 43 points

  4. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 40 points

  5. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Starla- 21 points

  7. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 11 points

  9. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

2017 FINAL STANDINGS - COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 102 points

  2. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 81 points

  3. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly / Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 11 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

2017 FINAL STANDINGS - ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR DECEMBER 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 172 points

  2. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 110 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 62 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 55 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 46 points

  6. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  7. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  8. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  9. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 21 points

  10. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  12. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 106 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 48 points

  3. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 43 points

  4. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 40 points

  5. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Starla- 21 points

  7. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 11 points

  9. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 102 points

  2. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 81 points

  3. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly / Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 11 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR NOVEMBER 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 149 points

  2. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 100 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 60 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 53 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 46 points

  6. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  7. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  8. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  9. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 21 points

  10. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  12. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 71 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 46 points

  3. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 43 points

  4. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  5. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 23 points

  6. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  7. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 11 points

  8. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 77 points

  2. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 57 points

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly / Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 11 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - NOVEMBER 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  3. Lucy Bailey & Bella

  4. Lucie Saunders & Bella

  5. Jordana Gitto & Bella

 

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR OCTOBER 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 138 points

  2. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 65 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 56 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 51 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 44 points

  6. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  7. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  8. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  9. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Lucy Bailey & Bella - 21 points

  10. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  12. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 65 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 43 points

  3. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 36 points

  4. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 11 points

  8. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

COMBINED OPEN SHOWING AND JUMPING LEAGUE

 

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 65 points

  2. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 46 points

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly / Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 11 points

  6. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - OCTOBER 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  3. Lucy Bailey & Bella

  4. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  5. Jordana Gitto & Bella

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR SEPTEMBER 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 115 points

  2. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 53 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 45 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 39 points

  5. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  6. Briar Foyle & Bella - 34 points

  7. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  8. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  9. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Lucy Bailey & Bella - 21 points

  10. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  12. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 59 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 40 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 29 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 11 points

  8. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  2. Colette Walsh & Bella - 11 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 34 points

  3. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 53 points

  2. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - SEPTEMBER 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  3. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  5. Lucy Bailey & Bella

 

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR AUGUST 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce De Leche - 103 points

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 45 points

  3. Nala Real & Bella - 39 points

  4. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 34 points

  6. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  7. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  8. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Lucy Bailey & Bella - 21 points

  9. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  10. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

  11. Signe Hasle & Wasik - 11 points

  12. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 10 pints

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 55 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 40 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 26 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 3 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  2. Colette Walsh & Bella - 11 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 22 points

  3. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 18 points

  2. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - AUGUST 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  4. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  5. Jordanna Gitto & Bella

 

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR JULY 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 91 points

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 42 points

  3. Nala Real & Bella - 39 points

  4. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 34 points

  6. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  7. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  8. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Lucy Bailey & Bella - 21 points

  9. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  10. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 46 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 38 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 17 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 3 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  2. Colette Walsh & Bella - 11 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 18 points

  2. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - JULY 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  4. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  5. Jordanna Gitto & Bella

 

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR JUNE 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 91 points

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 42 points

  3. Nala Real & Bella - 39 points

  4. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella - 34 points

  6. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  7. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  8. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Lucy Bailey & Bella - 21 points

  9. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  10. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 46 points

  2. Liz Gitto & Bella - 38 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 17 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 3 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 59 points

  2. Colette Walsh & Bella - 11 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 18 points

  2. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - JUNE 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  4. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  5. Jordanna Gitto & Bella

 

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR MAY 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 79 points

  2. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 37 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 31 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 29 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 26 points

  6. Briar Foyle & Bella - 25 points

  7. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  8. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 21 points

  9. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  10. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 19 points

  11. Genevieve & Sarafina - 16 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 36 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  3. Liz Gitto & Bella - 27 points

  4. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Miss Molly - 17 points

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  6. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  7. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  8. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 3 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 47 points

  2. Colette Walsh & Bella - 11 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 9 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 40 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - MAY 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  4. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  5. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR APRIL 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 58 points

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 31 points

  3. Nala Real & Bella - 29 points

  4. Phoebe Lee & Bella / Briar Foyle & Bella - 25 points

  5. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 23 points

  6. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 21 points

  7. Colette & Sarafina - 20 points

  8. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 15 points

  9. Lucy Bailey & Bella - 8 points

  10. Genevieve & Sarafina - 6 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 31 points

  2. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 26 points

  3. Liz Gitto & Bella - 16 points

  4. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 14 points

  5. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Mis Molly / Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 13 points

  6. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  7. Kelly Boyd & Bella- 3 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 36 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 9 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 12 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - APRIL 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  3. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder

  4. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  5. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR MARCH 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 46 points

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 23 points

  3. Nala Real & Bella - 19 points

  4. Phoebe Lee & Bella - 18 points

  5. Briar Foyle & Bella / Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 16 points

  6. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 15 points

  7. Isabella Ionazzi & Bella - 11 points

  8. Colette & Sarafina - 8 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey - 26 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 24 points

  3. Liz Gitto & Bella, - 14 points

  4. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 12 points

  5. Laura Bojarski & Good Golly Mis Molly - 10 points

  6. Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

  7. Alison Real & Good Golly Miss Molly - 5 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 25 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 36 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - MARCH 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Lucy Bailey & Dulce de Leche

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder / Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  3. Rachel Mackenzie & Casey

  4. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR FEBRUARY 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Lucy & Dulce De Leche - 23 points

  2. Briar Foyle & Bella - 16 points

  3. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 11 points

  4. Nala Real & Bella - 10 points

  5. Mae Steiner & Sarafina / Lucie Saunders & Sarafina / Phoebe & Bella - 8 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Liz Gitto & Bella, Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 10 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder- 8 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 17 points

SHOWING (Junior)

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 24 points

  2. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 11 points

  3. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 10 points

SHOWING (Adults)

  1. Jen Sims & Molly - 11 points

  2. Brooke Schiffman & Ryder - 10 points

ENDURANCE

  1. Jen Arnautu & Kiche - 12 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - FEBRUARY 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  2. Lucy & Dulce De Leche

  3. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly

  4. Jordana Gitto & Bella / Jen Sims & Good Golly Miss Molly / Mae Steiner & Sarafina

IROBE LEADERBOARD FOR JANUARY 2017

DRESSAGE (Junior)

  1. Jordana Gitto & Bella - 11 points

  2. Nala Real & Bella - 10 points

  3. Briar Foyle & Bella - 9 points

  4. Mae Steiner & Sarafina - 8 points

  5. Lucie Saunders & Sarafina - 8 points

DRESSAGE (Adults)

  1. Liz Gitto & Bella - 10 points

  2. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

JUMPING

  1. Sophie Walsh & Good Golly Miss Molly - 8 points

SHOWING

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina - 12 points

IROBE HORSE OF THE YEAR STANDINGS - JANUARY 2017

These reflect current Top 5 standing for our inaugural Horse of the Year.

  1. Colette Walsh & Sarafina

  2. Jordana Gitto & Bella

  3. Briar Foyle & Bella - 16 points

  4. Liz Gitto & Bella / Nala Real & Bella (tie)

  5. Chelsea Holzer & Good Golly Miss Molly / Briar Foyle & Bella (tie)

 

IROBE Points Accrual Has Begun for 2018!

We are THRILLED to kick off our 2nd year of IROBE and the competition has begun for Champion and Reserve Champion in ALL DISCIPLINES as well as our IROBE Bitless Horse Of The Year!!!

Email us your showing results from January and we will tabulate and publish an IROBE leaderboard here and on our Facebook page!  Points are calculated as detailed below.  Remember, all classes, in all disciplines, count toward your IROBE standing!

2 Points awarded for every class entered, regardless of placing.

1ST Place:  10 Points

2ND Place:  9 Points

3RD Place: 8 Points

4TH Place: 7 Points

5TH Place: 6 Points

6TH Place: 5 Points

7TH Place: 4 Points

8TH Place: 3 Points

9TH Place: 2 Points

10TH Place: 1 Point

Please send us your results and contact information for the secretary of each show.  You can email those details to IROBEPoints@gmail.com