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All Horses Pass Dressage Horse Inspection At Pan American Games

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Lima, Peru—July 26

All 43 horses passed the first dressage horse inspection at the Pan American Games, including all three U.S. entries: Sarah Lockman and First Apple, Nora Batchelder and Faro SQF and Jennifer Baumert and Handsome.

Find out why Team USA is only a three-horse team.

Tomorrow the riders will have ring familiarization, and competition kicks off on Sunday, July 28.

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Check out photos from today’s jog.

WEB First Apple Sarah Lockman MHT_0624

Sarah Lockman’s First Apple sported a snazzy red, white and blue browband. Mollie Bailey Photos

WEB Nora Batchelder Faro SQF MHT_0293

Nora Batchelder and the U.S.-bred Faro SQF looked ready to go.

WEB Bernadette Pujals Curioso XXV MHT_9999

Mexico’s Bernadette Pujals will be showing Curioso XXV.

web Handsome MHT_0264

Handsome decided to explore the warm-up area on his own.

WEB Jen Baumert Handsome MHT_0338

But when it came time to jog Jennifer Baumert kept Handsome perfectly in check.

WEB Jill Irving Degas MHT_0066

The Canadian contingent, including Jill Irving and Degas 12, sported matching red Converse sneakers.

WEB Karen Atala D Esprit Joli MHT_0252

Karen Atala Zablah, jogging her mount D Esprit Joli, will stay on in Peru after dressage to watch her son, Pedro Jose Espinosa, compete in eventing.

WEB Lindsay Kellock Floratina MHT_0083

Canada’s Lindsay Kellock brought Floratina to Lima.

WEB Roberta Foster Chichic MHT_0280

The sole representative from Barbados, Roberta Foster, will be showing Chic Chic.

WEB Statesman Naima Moreira Laliberté MHT_0132

Naïma Moreira Laliberté was one of several riders opting for safety, donning a helmet while jogging Statesman.

WEB Tina Irwin Laurencio MHT_0025

Tina Irwin looked ready to go with Laurencio.

WEB Yvonne Losos de Muñiz Aquamarijn MHT_0467

Yvonne Losos de Muñiz brought Aquamarijn to Lima.

Get to know Aquamarijn here.

WEB Zar AG Ronald Mauricio Masis MHT_0585

Check out the braids on Ronald Mauricio Masis’s Zar AG.

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