Fall At Fair Hill: Favorite Photos From The Mars Maryland 5 Star

Oct 17, 2022 - 2:54 PM

Fans who came out to watch the second running of the Mars Maryland 5 Star at Fair Hill were treated to perfect fall weather for cross-country and show jumping, and an exciting finale that saw the top five competitors separated by less than a rail.

Sunday’s finish left New Zealand’s Tim Price on top with five-star debutante Coup De Coeur Dudevin, and the United States’ Tamie Smith on Danito, also a five-star debutante, in second. Great Britain’s Oliver Townend followed in third by just 0.1 penalty points on his first-timer As Is.

The event also hosted the USEF CCI3*-L National Championship and the USEA Young Event Horse—East Coast Championships.

Check out some of our favorite photos below, and click here for more coverage from the weekend.

CCI5*-L winner Tim Price embraced Jarret Ortega, a security guard who was an enthusiastic fan of all the riders, all weekend long. Lindsay Berreth Photos
Jennie Brannigan’s off-the-track Thoroughbred Twilightslastgleam raced to the finish in the CCI5*-L.
Buck Davidson and Carlevo were focused going into the triple combination, but an errant toe brought the rail down. The pair finished 12th in the CCI5*-L.
CCI5*-L winner Coup De Coeur Dudevin shows off some of his champion’s swag with groom Kerryn Edmans.
Daniel Clasing and Double Diamond C jumped the triple combination in the CCI3*-L.
Sarah Ertl and Global Show Time jumped the tricky bank and cabins on the CCI3*-L course.
Tim Price (left) and Tamie Smith share a hug after finishing first and second in the CCI5*-L.
The Fair Hill Bronze.
Elisa Wallace celebrated her clear round and win in the USEF CCI3*-L National Championship aboard Renkum Corsair.
Corgis took to the Fair Hill race course for the first Corgi Cup.
The Chronicle’s expert five-star prognosticator Kyle Carter enjoyed his round on G Star Van De Klinkenberg in the CCI3*-L.
It’s a thumbs up from Caitlin Silliman after she and Luska Candy Clover jumped clear to move from 19th after cross-country into sixth place.
Doug Payne and Isselhook’s First Sight TSF jumped the last in the CCI3*-L.
Tamie Smith and Danito kept all the poles in the cups to finish second in the CCI5*-L.
Tim Price and Coup De Coeur Dudevin leapt out of the Mars Sustainability Bay.
Buck Davidson and Thoroughbred Sorocaima had no problem with this imposing ditch and rail on the CCI5*-L course. They finished the weekend in 14th place.
Tim Price rides Coup De Coeur Dudevin in front of the Fair Hill grandstand.

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