2015 Rolex Kentucky CCI****

2015 Rolex Kentucky CCI****

Catch up on the news, photos, social media and more from the only four-star event in the United States.

If you’re wondering if Michael Jung—Olympics, FEI World Equestrian Games and European Championships gold medalist—felt nervous about contesting this Rolex Kentucky CCI****, the answer is yes. Did those nerves prevent the German rider from winning yet another title? The answer to that question is no.
New Zealand's Emily Cammock has announced her decision to euthanize Dambala after the horse sustained an injury on yesterday’s cross-country at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****.
There’s two ways to get to ride around the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** course. Chronicle reporter Mollie Bailey took the easy way.
It’s a good thing that the 2015 Rolex Kentucky event had such a strong foreign contingent because otherwise people would think that Derek di Grazia’s cross-country course was impossible.
One second. It’s the difference between Tim Price and Michael Jung at the top of the Rolex Kentucky leaderboard after cross-country. That 1 second over the optimum time is what gave Jung 0.4 time penalties with La Biosthetique Sam FBW, and it’s what put him into second just behind his co-leader after dressage, Price on Wesko. Does Jung feel sad about that one second?
Win, lose or anything in between, the riders at Rolex Kentucky had a variety of reasons to appreciate their partners today.
Catch up with a play-by-play of the cross-country phase of the competition.
What do Michael Jung’s La Biosthetique Sam FBW, Tim Price’s Wesko and William Fox-Pitt’s Bay My Hero have in common? They’re all winners of four-stars—and they’re all fighting for another win this weekend.
We're back with the second day of dressage here at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****! About half of the 75-horse field goes today, with Lillian Heard on Share Option kicking things off at 9:30 am local time. Can anyone steal the lead from Germany's Michael Jung? Will it be Michael on his second ride, La Biosthetique Sam, or perhaps last year's winners William Fox-Pitt on Bay My Hero?
It’s the end of Day 1 of dressage here at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, and Germany’s Michael Jung is leading with Fischerrocana FST with a 39.3. Is anyone surprised? Probably not, since he’s won Olympic gold, FEI World Equestrian Games gold and FEI European Championships gold.

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