Pats And A Pop Of Yellow: Favorite Photos From The Palm Beach Masters

Feb 6, 2017 - 9:10 AM

Some of the top horses and riders in the world in a lovely private farm setting? It makes for some pretty pictures!

You can check out COTH’s coverage of the $216,000 Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier and the two sections of the $35,000 qualifying class, and here are a few of COTH photographers Ann Glavan and Lindsay Berreth’s favorite photos from the weekend:

#equitationgoals. Mavis Spencer may have had a rail and 2 time faults with Dubai in Round 1 of the $216,000 Longines FEI Palm Beach World Cup Qualifier, but her following hand and solid leg were 100 percent on point. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Zeremonie and Laura Kraut claimed second in the World Cup class, but the gray mare’s form could have won a hunter class. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

He’s handsome and he knows it. Codarco checked out the crowd before his round. Lindsay Berreth photo

Karen Polle gave With Wings a quiet pat after their round. They placed sixth with 4 faults in the jump-off of the $216,000 Longines FEI Wellington World Cup Qualifier. Photo by Ann Glavan

Mac Cone shaved the angle at this oxer during the jump-off in the World Cup class aboard Gasper van den Doorn. They finished up in 10th in the class. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Ian Millar’s Dixson surveyed the ring before his round. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Yuri Mansur Guerios of Brazil sported a fashionable yellow coat aboard Sire One. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Dixson showed he’s back on the top of his game over the weekend, winning a section of the qualifying class and having just one rail to be 15th in the $216,000 Longines FEI Wellington World Cup Qualifier. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Callan Solem had a fall from Wizard, but she gave him a big pat on the way out of the ring. Photo by Ann Glavan

Karen Polle gets special permission to mount With Wings in the arena. Photo by Ann Glavan

Marie Hecart gave Kenwood Delle Lame a big hug after their round, which put them 21st with one rail in the World Cup class. Photo by Ann Glavan

Wilton Porter was excited after his round on Caletto Cabana in the jump-off. The young rider claimed fifth in the $216,000 Longines FEI Wellington World Cup Qualifier. Photo by Ann Glavan

Brietling LS and Beezie Madden took flight. Photo by Lindsay Berreth

Mac Cone gave Gasper Van Den Doorn some love after their round in the $216,000 Longines FEI Wellington World Cup Qualifier, which put them 10th. Photo by Ann Glavan


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