Lima, Peru—Aug. 4
Fifty-six horses were presented at the first show jumping horse inspection here at the Pan American Games. All five U.S. horses—Charlchen W (Alex Granato), Venue d’Fees des Hazalles (Eve Jobs), Breitling LS (Beezie Madden), Hester (Lucy Deslauriers) and reserve Quirado RC (Richard Spooner)—passed.
Eight horses were held for re-inspection: Guatemala’s d’Artagnan (Wylder Francisco Rodriguez Silva), Guatemala’s Magnolia Mystic Rose (Juan Andres Rodriguez Silva), Paraguay’s Quinn 33 (Stieven Barwind), Mexico’s Babel (Patricio Pasquel), Uruguay’s Liborius (Martín Rodriguez Vanni), Brazil’s Chacciama (Rodrigo Lambre), Venezuela’s G&C Virko Minotais (Gustavo Arroyo) and Mexico’s Big Red (Salvador Oñate).
D’Artagnan, Quinn 33, G&C Virko Minotais and Big Red passed on re-inspection, while Magnolia Mystic Rose, Babel, Liborius and Chacciama will be re-inspected tomorrow.
Competition kicks off Tuesday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. Central.
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