2013 Rolex Kentucky

2013 Rolex Kentucky

Follow all the action at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, from course walks and exclusive stories to photo galleries. Brought to you by Omega Alpha.

His victory in Kentucky sets up a clash of the titans between him and longtime rival William Fox-Pitt for the $350,000 Rolex Grand Slam at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton CCI**** in England next weekend.
Find out what happened where to every horse and rider on cross-country.
The British rider found himself in a familiar position at the conclusion of dressage, as he took over the lead with Chilli Morning ahead of Andrew Nicholson.
Jennie Brannigan announced the withdrawal of Cambalda from competition despite a delayed dressage ride time after the horse slipped on concrete.
Andrew Nicholson rides to the top of the leaderboard on Day 1 while Jennie Brannigan gets a rare ground jury exception to delay her test.
Jordan Linstedt did not start the event with her Tullibard's Hawkwind.
Jennie Brannigan’s first appearance at Rolex Kentucky has just barely gotten underway, and she’s already endured a competitor’s nightmare.
This young rider and Houston, the U.S.-bred Anglo-Arab he's had since it was a foal, are tackling their first four-star together.
The 46 horses presented were all excepted by the ground jury, but a last-minute injury forced the withdrawal of Emily Beshear’s Here’s To You.
It's the nature of a three-day to have last-minute glitches! See who's run into trouble on their road to Rolex...
Since William Fox-Pitt is in contention to win the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing should he claim the Badminton CCI**** the week after Rolex Kentucky, it's only fitting to catch up and see what his year has been like since his last visit to Kentucky.
Three horses are held and one is spun by the ground jury at this morning's final horse inspection.

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