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Mill Spring, N.C.—Sept. 22

Check out more photos from yesterday’s team show jumping competition at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch World Show Jumping Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games.

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The U.S. team of (from left) McLain Ward, Devin Ryan, Adrienne Sternlicht and Laura Kraut celebrated their team gold medal. Photo by Kimberly Loushin.

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Cian O’Connor’s Good Luck sported patriotic Irish braids. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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McLain Ward blew a kiss to his daughter Lilly Ward in the crowd after his clear jump-off round. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Rowan Willis and Blue Movie will come back for tomorrow’s individual final for Australia. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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(Right) Marcus Ehning discussed the course with German Chef d’Equipe Otto Becker. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Adrienne Sternlicht was all smiles she and Cristalline jumped the first round. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Simone Blum thanked DSP Alice for a clear round. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Amanda Derbyshire and Luibanta BH jumped a clear round yesterday to qualify for tomorrow’s final. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Malin Baryard-Johnsson and H&M Indiana jumped a clear round to help Sweden win silver. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Max Kühner thanked Chardonnay for a great trip. He goes into tomorrow in second place. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Marcus Ehning and Pret-A-Tout stayed clear to qualify for tomorrow afternoon’s individual final. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Even the jump crew celebrated McLain Ward’s clear jump-off round that clinched the United States’ team gold. Photo by Mollie Bailey

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Jos Verlooy and Igor will advance to tomorrow’s individual final. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Jos Verlooy thanked Igor for a clear round. Photo by Kimberly Loushin.

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Karen Polle walked the course with coach Jeroen Dubbeldam. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Henrik von Eckermann and Toveks Mary Lou jumped a clear to help Sweden win silver. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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McLain Ward and his student Adrienne Sternlicht celebrated their gold medals together. Photo by Kimberly Loushin.

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Team Germany celebrated Marcus Ehning’s clear round. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Canada’s Eric Lamaze and Erynn Ballard compared notes on the course. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Israel’s Danielle Goldstein will advance to tomorrow’s individual final. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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After ticking a rail over the first course, Clinta came back to jump clean in the short course and clinch U.S. team gold. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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The U.S. team of (from left) McLain Ward, Adrienne Sternlicht, Laura Kraut and Devin Ryan made sure their gold medals were real. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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Billy Raymont of Australia and Oaks Redwood galloped around the course clear to earn a spot in tomorrow’s individual final. Photo by Mollie Bailey.

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