Friday, Apr. 19, 2024

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Sara Lieser and Josh Walker

There couldn’t be more pressure than entering the biggest three-day event in North America in first place, and sadly, that pressure got to Kristin Bachman
Eventers Ralph Hill, Kim Meier and Debbie Atkinson suffered catastrophic injuries in 2006 and 2007, and friends, family and supporters have been working around the

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There's a lot that goes on behind the scene at Rolex Kentucky.  Check out this photo gallery for warm-up photos, vet box photos and more.
The final horse inspection on Sunday morning may cause riders some worry, but all 32 horses presented this morning passed. 

Not one horse was
Rolex Kentucky wouldn't be the same without the all the lovely doggies who come to spectate.  We thought we'd share a few of the furry
In only her second Rolex Kentucky, Kristin Bachman galloped around in perfect form to take over the lead with a double clear round aboard Gryffindor
Kristin Bachman and Gryffindor posted one of four clear rounds on this morning’s cross-country course, taking over the lead on her dressage score of 48.2
When you walk a Mike Etherington-Smith four-star course, you know what you are going to see—big, inviting,
Amy Tryon rode Le Samurai forward from the first halt to go into the lead on Friday, April 27, with 47.0 penalties at the Rolex
Amy Tryon’s score held up on Friday afternoon at Rolex Kentucky, sending her into cross-country in the lead position aboard Rebecca and Jerome Broussard’s Le

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