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Australia’s Kelly Layne & Livio Felluga win Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series Wellington Qualifier

WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 9, 2019–Florida-based Australian Kelly Layne and Livio Felluga won the Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series third round Saturday in the eight-year-old Hanoverian gelding’s debut performance at Prix St. Georges level.

Kelly, who is a U.S. citizen but remains Australian and continues to ride as an Aussie as she did at the 2006 World Equestrian Games, scored 69.563 per cent in the USEF Developing Prix St. Georges that is the qualifying level for the new series at the Global Dressage Festival and based on the Nürnberger Burg-Pokal German Small Tour championships.

Megan Davis and Damocles HLF, a nine-year-old Oldenburg gelding, placed second on 67.813 per cent to become the first American combination to earn an invitation to the $10,000 final of the series sponsored by Iron Spring Farm of Coatesville, Pennsylvania, Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock insurance of Goshen, New York and supported by Legacy Farm of Melissa Taylor and Lars Petersen.

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