Wednesday, Jul. 24, 2024

Soak Up Scenes From Cross-Country Day At The Fork

PUBLISHED

ADVERTISEMENT

In the lead-up to the Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*-L, The Fork, held at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina, is an important last prep for many of the competitors.

Doug Payne and Vandiver moved up the ranks to take the win in the CCI 4*-S, while Boyd Martin on Tsetserleg and Tamra Smith on Mai Baum slotted into second and third at the end of the event, held April 2 – 4.

ADVERTISEMENT

Scroll through to see some of eventing photographer Shannon Brinkman’s favorite images from a variety of divisions on cross-country day.

tamie-resize

Tamra Smith and the 15-year-old German Sport Horse gelding Mai Baum took a leap in the CCI4*-S. Photos By The Shannon Brinkman Photography Team Of Shannon Brinkman, Roya Brinkman And Alison Green

sandraholden-resize

Sandra Holden and the 18-year-old Hanoverian gelding Cano Cristales displayed tidy form in the CCI1*-S.

lucienneelms-resize

Lucienne Elms secured the win in the CCI3*-S aboard the 9-year-old Thoroughbred-Trakehner mare Tremanton.

kendaltracy-resize

Kendyl Tracy and the 8-year-old Oldenburg gelding Bobbie Burns splashed through the water complex in the CCI2*-S.

doug-resize

Winners of the CCI4*-S, Doug Payne and the 17-year-old Trakehner gelding Vandiver galloped through the water.

boyd-resize

Boyd Martin and the 14-year-old gelding Tsetserleg leaped into the water before finishing second in the CCI4*-S.

303-resize

Allison Springer and the 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding Business Ben made easy work of this advanced table in their final run before the Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*-L.

300-resize

Mexican rider Daniela Moguel sported sparkly green lips aboard 18-year-old Thoroughbred mare Cecelia in the advanced, Test B, division.

16-resize

Mary Bess Davis and the 8-year-old Irish Sport Horse-Selle Francais gelding CSF Dassett Decoy cleared the open oxer in the CCI3*-S.


Categories:

ADVERTISEMENT

EXPLORE MORE

Follow us on

Sections

Copyright © 2024 The Chronicle of the Horse