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2015 ASPCA Maclay Finals: What You Need To Know

The ASPCA Maclay Finals get underway at 6:30 a.m., on Saturday, Oct. 31 for the first round of jumping. There are 153 riders on the order of go for the class, which will be run in a two-day format for the first time this year. 

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The ASPCA Maclay Finals get underway at 6:30 a.m., on Saturday, Oct. 31 for the first round of jumping. There are 153 riders on the order of go for the class, which will be run in a two-day format for the first time this year. 

They’ll all jump over Round 1 on Oct. 31, and then the judges—Ralph Caristo and Chris Kappler—will bring back some of those riders for a flat phase, which will run at 8:30 a.m., on Sunday, Nov. 1. After a brief break to build the Round 2 course, the judges will again narrow the field (usually to around 15 to 20 riders) for a final jumping round, scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

If the judges deem it necessary, they can call some riders back for further testing after Round 2, but that’s optional. 

The Chronicle is ringside live blogging throughout the day, and you can follow along here.

Other useful links and information:

• The Chronicle’s One To Watch for the class, Rachael Davis, goes 63rd. You can read all about her here
• You can watch the live feed on EQSports.net, complete with commentary by George Morris.
• Results from all of the CP National Horse Show and a schedule are available on the show’s website.
• Don’t forget to follow the Chronicle on Twitter and Instagram @Chronofhorse
• We will have full analysis of the competition in the Nov. 16 issue of the magazine.

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