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All Reining Horses Accepted At World Equestrian Games Trot Up

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Mill Spring, N.C.—Sept. 11

All 63 horses presented for the reining inspection were accepted to begin competing at the FEI World Equestrian Games.  Competition for the reiners kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 12.

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These little sliders and spinners may be among the shortest horses at the Games, but what they lack in stature they make up for in swagger! Check out our photos from the reining jog below.

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Howdy, partner! Team USA was all smiles after the whole crew passed the jog. All photos by Ann Glavan.

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We’ve got some serious hair envy for ARC Gunnabeabigstar from Team USA.

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Smiles all around for team USA!

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Cade McCutcheon and Custom Made Gun wait their turn to jog for team USA.

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Cheering team USA down the jog strip.

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Mariana Vazquez Rodriguez and Jacs Lil Spook came off the jog strip cleared for take off for team Mexico.

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A crowd of about 50 gathered to watch the reining jog strip.

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I see you F5 Licurgo Tapajos, but you may not be able to see us. This beauty is representing Brazil with Roberto Jou Inchausti.

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Dapples on dapples on gold.

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France’s Doctors Diamond and Bastien Bourgeois.

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Brazil’s SG Frozen Enterprize was feeling plenty fresh with Thiago Boechat.

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The reining horses are probably among the coolest equine customers at the Games. Most watched quietly while their teammates went down the jog strip.

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Team Chile was sporting some pretty sweet belt buckles.

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A tense moment as Ireland waits to hear the good news that This Guns For Nic passed on re-inspection with Bernard O’Sullivan.

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There were hugs and cheers all around when the last member of a team jogged and cleared.

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Mexico’s Jose Vazquez Hernandez is all smiles after passing with Gun o Lena Colonel.

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Reiners come in all kinds of fun colors! Here’s Gunner Dun It Again from Brazil.

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Japan’s Toru Tamaoki and Survivorman.

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The jog is a nice quiet day for horses and riders before all the sliding and spinning begins tomorrow!

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Squad goals.

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The hair, the bridle, the all of it! Australia’s Don Magnum and Daniel James.

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Ireland’s This Guns For Nic sporting some sweet quarter marks with Bernard O’Sullivan.

 

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