2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Driving

2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Driving

U.S. driver Chester Weber is on a roll and very well could win it all, according to Hardy Zantke in the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue. Find out if he can beat the reigning World Champion Boyd Exell.

Often the cones phase is filled with penalties and leaderboard switches. But at today’s conclusion of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games driving event, the top nine finished the overall competition in the same placing as when they ended the marathon phase. Boyd Exell took individual gold, while U.S. rider Chester Weber was silver and Theo Timmerman bronze.
Boyd Exell takes the driving lead from U.S. driver Chester Weber on marathon day, but there's still one phase to go.
Even though he’d just taken the lead, Boyd Exell wasn’t happy with the score he earned during his driven dressage test this morning. He knew who was coming. That “who” is Chester Weber, a notoriously strong dressage driver.
Tucker Johnson won bronze for the United States—check out all the Chronicle's coverage of the 2010 driving World Championships.

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