Third Horse Inspection Puts 37 Forward To Show Jumping At Rolex Kentucky

Apr 25, 2010 - 5:18 AM

The sun was shining brightly for the first time during the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** as 38 riders presented their horses at 8 a.m. on April 25 in Lexington.

ODT Master Rose was the only horse who finished cross-country that did not present on Sunday. His rider, Oliver Townend, was still in the hospital after a fall from his second horse, Ashdale Cruise Master. Townend is fine but sustained minor fractures and hopes to be released this morning. Ashdale Cruise Master suffered no major injuries.

Three horses were held—Phillip Dutton’s The Foreman, Kyle Carter’s Madison Park and Kelly Prather’s Ballinakill Glory. The Foreman and Madison Park passed upon re-inspection, while Ballinakill Glory was spun.

Show jumping begins just after 12 p.m., and horses will jump in reverse order of standing.

Full results can be found on the RK3DE websiteCheck out all of the Chronicle’s Rolex Kentucky coverage on the 2010 Rolex Kentucky page. Live blogging will begin shortly before show jumping.

Category: Eventing

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