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Rolex Kentucky

May 1, 2011

All Horses Pass Final Inspection At Rolex Kentucky

The 29 horses presented to the ground jury for the second horse inspection will all move on to show jumping today at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****. Hamish Cargill’s Sandhills Tiger was held, but passed after re-inspection. Michael Pollard did not present Wonderful Will.

Show jumping begins at 1:00 p.m. EST.

April 30, 2011

Behind-The-Scenes At Rolex Kentucky

Between walking her courses, caring for her horse and actually riding a little, Sinead Halpin found the time to make a video of what it's really like behind-the-scenes at Rolex Kentucky. Enjoy!

April 30, 2011

Cross-Country Play-By-Play

Cross-Country Play-By-Play

April 30, 2011

King Conquers Cross-Country At Rolex Kentucky

April 30—Lexington, Ky.

Kings Temptress, ridden by Mary King, will head into show jumping at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** without a rail in hand ahead of the second-placed horse. Fortunately for King, she’ll also be sitting on that one—she's currently first and second aboard Kings Temptress and Fernhill Urco, respectively.

April 30, 2011

King And Her Temptress Lead The Way Midday At Rolex Kentucky

April 30—Lexington, Ky.

Kings Temptress and Mary King lead the way halfway through cross-country day at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****. Fourth on course, King laid down the first double-clear go of the day. The last pair on course this morning, Hannah Sue Burnett and St. Barths, logged the only other fault-free effort of the pack.

Six of the 21 pairs who went this morning found a clear way around: Remington XXV and Boyd Martin, Tipperary Liadhnan and Kim Severson, Shiraz and Colleen Rutledge, Parker and James Alliston and Subway and Olivia Loiacono.

April 29, 2011

Coudray Captures The Lead At Rolex Kentucky

Lexington, Ky.—April 29

There might be some of the most experienced names in the sport at Rolex Kentucky this year, but 22-year-old Tiana Coudray bested them all as she rode into the lead after two days of dressage.

Coudray’s making her second start at Rolex, and her fancy gray Ringwood Magister topped the scoreboard on a 40.8 as the fourth rider in the ring this morning.

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