I'm a little curious about something, though IDK if anyone here would know the answer - they bring back the top ten for the second round but there was a tie for tenth place. It looks like only one of those riders gets to come back...why don't both riders get to come back, since they had the same first round score?
In that case, they use one of the judges' scores as a tiebreaker. I don't know which judge it was, but let's say it was judge 3. If the one person got an 81 from judge 3 and the other got an 82 from judge 3, the one with the 82 comes back.
Why the heck is everyone so hunched going down that outside line? I think it's the 6 to the 2 (last 3 fences). I can see staying in position for the two, but for the long end, sit the heck up! If those horse choose to stop dirty, away you will fly...
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Originally Posted by MHM
GM quote of the day, regarding the correct way to do things:
"There's correct, and then there's correct. If you're almost correct, that means you're wrong."
Thank you! I can't believe a show like Capitol Challenge can't keep its website at least somewhat current. I do understand a day or so delay in posting results, maybe, but they appear to have not done anything since early September!