All Pass Final Jog At Mars Maryland 5 Star

Oct 16, 2022 - 10:17 AM

Elkton, Md.—Oct. 16

Twenty-one horses will move forward to the show jumping at the Mars Maryland 5 Star this afternoon.

All horses presented in the final horse inspection passed in front of the ground jury of Christian Landolt, Gretchen Butts and Judy Hancock, but there was a tense moment when Hannah Sue Hollberg’s 19-year-old Harbour Pilot, competing in his final event before retirement, was held. He passed on re-inspection.

Canada’s Lisa Marie Fergusson did not present Honor Me.

Tamie Smith was asked to present Danito twice, and Harry Meade jogged Jennie Brannigan’s horses Twilightslastgleam and FE Lifestyle. He was asked to jog FE Lifestyle a second time.

Show jumping for the CCI5*-L begins at 2 p.m.

Check out what you need to know here, and scroll on for pictures from the jog strip.

COTH’s Coverage I Results I Schedule

We’re on site all week to bring you news, photos and interviews from the country’s second five-star event. Check back at all weekend and be sure to pick up the Nov. 7 print edition of The Chronicle of the Horse for more.

Astier Nicolas presented Babylon De Gamma. Lindsay Berreth Photos
Harry Meade and Superstition.
Oliver Townend and As Is are in third place.
Overnight leaders Tim Price and Coup De Coeur Dudevin.
Buck Davidson presented Sorocaima.
Danito was keen to go with Tamie Smith.
Woods Baughman and C’est La Vie 135.
Allie Knowles and Morswood.
Hannah Sue Hollberg and Harbour Pilot.


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