Aiken-based DFG Stable's Daniel Geitner enjoyed a successful first week at Progressive Show Jumping's Aiken Winter Classic at Highfields Event Center. His team tallied six division championships and earned four reserve championship honors during the first week of competition. Geitner won the First Year Green Working Hunters division with Elizabeth Tarumianz's Bonafide. "It's been a good two weeks of competition, and there's been a great turnout. This weekend's show is bigger than last weekend's," said Geitner. "There have been a lot of hunters and quite a few jumpers; it's been very competitive. It's a good way to kick off the year." DFG Stable was well represented in last week's $10,000 Mini Prix as Kitt Ritter placed fourth on Ann Ritter's Jumbo Jet, Geitner placed sixth on CDS Stable's Neville, the Brian Gjetley-owned and ridden Piks Pistelero placed seventh and DFG assistant trainer Jeff Gagne placed 10th on Michael Kocher's The Bus. "I'll have two horses in the Mini Prix this Sunday - Neville and a Robbie Hyatt and Grace Howard-owned horse named Casino Royale, who's actually won the Meter 25 class the last two days," said Geitner. "He's a very nice 7-year-old, and he'll probably go Sunday." Geitner will be home for two weeks but will be competing at HITS Ocala for three weeks before returning to Aiken for the shows at the end of February and the beginning of March. "We're really looking forward to Ocala," said Geitner. "I can't wait to get down there."