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1 Spun, 1 Withdrawn In Final Maryland Horse Inspection



Oct. 22—Elkton, Md.

Sixteen horses presented in the final horse inspection at the Mars Maryland 5 Star at Fair Hill, and 14 will show jump this afternoon at 2 p.m.

Piggy March’s mount Brookfield Cavalier Cruise, who was fifth after cross-country, was sent to the hold box. She elected not to re-present. Erin Kanara’s Campground, who was eighth after cross-country also was sent to the hold box, but the Thoroughbred gelding was not accepted upon re-inspection.

In the three-star, five horses were sent to the hold box: Kirsten Chuitema’s One Sly Fox, Jennifer Moody’s Eye Of The Storm, Nilson Moreira da Silva’s Elmo, Braden Speck’s BSF Liam and Hannah Sue Hollberg’s Hachi. Moody did not re-present Eye Of The Storm, but the other four horses passed upon re-inspection.


Five-star first-timers Mia Farley and Phelps are in third after producing the only double-clear cross-country round of the day Saturday. Kimberly Loushin Photos
Great Britain’s Oliver Townend and Cooley Rosalent lead going into the final phase.
William Fox-Pitt (Great Britain) and Grafennacht are second overnight.
Hannah Sue Hollberg and Capitol H I M sit in fifth place after the inspection.
Bobby Meyerhoff and Lumumba will go into show jumping 14th.
Lillian Heard Wood and the 17-year-old LCC Barnaby are in 10th place after the final inspection.
Emily Hamel and Corvett are in 13th before show jumping.
New Zealand’s Caroline Powell and Greenacres Special Cavalier are in seventh before show jumping.

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