Extraordinary Equine Efforts, Utter Joy And Quiet Moments: Scenes From Land Rover Kentucky

Apr 30, 2019 - 8:03 AM

Lexington, Ky.—April 30

Another Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event is in the books, and competitors have dispersed to the opposite ends of the world to recover and make plans for the rest of their season.

We’ve compiled some of our favorite memories from the week to share with you.

Lauren Kieffer gave Vermiculus some love at the final horse inspection. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Doug Payne and Vandiver leaped out of the Head Of The Lake. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Boyd Martin catches up with his sons Nox (left) and Leo and his wife Silva. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Glenfly showed his scope with Marcelo Tosi. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Hannah Sue Burnett and Harbour Pilot made easy work of the first water jump. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Just the cutest pack of eventing dogs. Kimberly Loushin Photos
Andrea Baxter and Indy 500 looked super through the first combination on course. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Outriders kept the crowds entertained and safe throughout cross-country day. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Will Faudree and Pfun jumped the 90-degree open corner in great style. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Hannah Sue Burnett gave Harbour Pilot a pat after they sailed through the first jog. Kimberly Loushin Photo
They might have been young, but the Pony Club volunteers were as professional as any of the adult volunteers. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Ariel Grald and Leamore Master Plan were the best Kentucky rookies, finishing in 11th place. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Tim Price and Xavier Faer show jumped in front of a sold-out crowd in the Rolex Stadium. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Deniro Z looked ready to go at the first horse inspection. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Sara Gumbiner rode Polaris in front of packed stands. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Will Coleman’s dog Holden was very official. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Chris Talley gave all the credit to Unmarked Bills in their first five-star appearance. Lindsay Berreth Photo
It was standing room only to watch the final jog. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Jessica Phoenix was thrilled after her round with Bogue Sound. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Marcelo Tosi’s Glenfly. Lindsay Berreth Photo
Waylon Roberts gave Lancaster a pat following their show jumping round. Kimberly Loushin Photo
First-timers Ariel Grald and Leamore Master Plan looked like seasoned veterans. Kimberly Loushin Photo
Got to get a picture with Boyd Martin when you get the chance. Kimberly Loushin Photo

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We’re on site at the Kentucky Horse Park to bring you all the info and photos you need to know from the biggest event of the year. Check back all weekend at coth.com and be sure to pick up the May 20 print edition of the Chronicle for much more.

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