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One Spun At Final Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*-L Horse Inspection

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Lexington, Ky.—April 30

Twenty-four horses will advance to the final phase of competition at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI5*-L.

Two horses were held at the final horse inspection: Liz Halliday-Sharp’s Deniro Z and Erin Kanara’s Campground. While Campground was accepted upon re-inspection, Deniro Z was not accepted.

Meghan O’Donoghue did not present Palm Crescent.

Will Coleman’s Chin Tonic won the Mars Equestrian Best Turned Out award.

Leaders after cross-country, Tamie Smith and Mai Baum, were accepted at the final horse inspection. Kimberly Loushin Photos

In the CCI4*-S horse inspection, Sara Kozumplik’s Rubens D’Ysieux was held and did not represent. Two additional horses were held and passed upon reinspection: Leah Lang-Gluscic’s AP Prime and Anna Loschiavo’s Fernhill That Guy Jack. Three horses were withdrawn before the four-star horse inspection: Mia Farley’s BGS Firecracker, Daniela Moguel’s Cecelia and Dani Sussman’s Jos Bravio. Colleen Loach’s Vermont was withdrawn before stadium.

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Karl Slezak’s Hot Bobo won the Mars Equestrian Best Turned Out award for the four-star.

Four-star show jumping kicks off at 10:45 a.m. EST and five-star show jumping starts at 2 p.m. EST.

Tom McEwen and JL Dublin are in second in the five-star.
Will Coleman’s Chin Tonic, currently in 12th place, was awarded the Mars Equestrian Best Turned Out award.
Bear Creek Hounds (Ga.) professional whipper-in Melanie Smith presented Shakedown Street in the four-star.

Jennie Brannigan announced on Sunday morning that Stella Artois, who she pulled up two fences from home Saturday, and who was transported off course via ambulance, has suffered a soft tissue injury.

“I will say pulling her up with the easiest decision I have ever made. (I know what class horsewomen that I owe that to.),” she wrote on Instagram.  “She has suffered a soft tissue injury to a different leg than the one she had been coming back from. I’m not sure I would have this beautiful horse who I have had since 5 years old to bring home if I didn’t. Seeing her injured truly breaks my heart … and question a lot to be honest. I will update everyone with more information when we know more.”

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