All U.S. Horses Pass First Pan American Eventing Horse Inspection

Aug 1, 2019 - 12:38 PM

Lima, Peru—Aug. 1

Forty-six horses presented at the first inspection for the Pan American eventing competition, including five U.S. combinations.

Three horses were held: Jhonatan Fabian Rodriguez’s Caipirina from Colombia, Carlos Villarroel’s Quilano from Chile and Ricardo Jequier’s Barbecho from Chile. Caipirina and Quilano passed upon re-inspection and Barbecho withdrew. Chile presented five horses in total, so will still have four horses competing. Mexico’s Romana (Fernando Parroquin Delfin), the reserve rider for Mexico, did not present. All other horses passed.

Forty-two horses will compete on dressage day tomorrow.

Here are some pictures from the trot-up.

WEB Boyd Martin Tsetserleg PAN_4865
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg came to the Pan American Games fresh off a win at the Maryland International CCI3*-S. Mollie Bailey photos
WEB Boyd Martin Tsetserleg PAN_4754
Boyd Martin shared a moment with Tsetserleg before the trot-up.
WEB Collen Loach FE Golden Eye PAN_4377
Canada’s Colleen Loach and FE Golden Eye looked ready to go.
WEB Doug Payne Starr Witness PAN_4833
Championship rookie Doug Payne presented Starr Witness to the ground jury.
web Karl Slezak Fernhill Wishes PAN_4352
Karl Slezak brought Fernhill Wishes to Peru.
WEB Liz Halliday-Sharp Cooley Quicksilver PAN_4709
U.S. reserve rider Liz Halliday-Sharp flew Cooley Quicksilver over from England for the Games.
WEB Lynn Symansky and RF Cool Play PAN_4804
Lynn Symansky and RF Cool Play will represent Team USA.
WEB Mississippi Dana Cook PAN_4402
The lovely Mississippi and Dana Cook will ride for Canada.
WEB Pavorotti Jessica Phoenix PAN_4328
Jessica Phoenix and Pavarotti will be competing in their third Pan American Games together.
WEB Tamie Smith Mai Baum PAN_4738
The other championship first-timer on Team USA is Tamie Smith with Mai Baum.
WEB Americans PAN_4246
There were plenty of U.S. supporters on hand during the jog.
WEB Argentina Remonta San Jorge Ignacio zone PAN_5013
Many competitors are members of the military, including Argentina’s Remonta San Jorge.
WEB Chile Puerto Octay Luis Alfonso Larrondo Muñoz PAN_5428
Chile’s Puerto Octay showed off some antics while jogging with Luis Alfonso Larrondo Muñoz.
WEB Onzieme Framoni Ecuador PAN_4977
Ecuador’s Nicolas Wettstein lost his hat while jogging Onzieme Framoni.
WEB Violento Jose Alan Triana Martinez Mexico PAN_4460
The stallion Violento got a final rubdown before the jog with Mexican rider Jose Alan Triana Martinez.

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You can find full results by clicking on equestrian on the official Pan Am website.

Check out our July 22 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse magazine, our Pan Am preview issue, for more information about the competitors, and be sure to read the September 2 issue to get full analysis from the Games. What are you missing if you don’t subscribe?

 

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