Thursday, May. 23, 2024

2013 Rolex Kentucky

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The British rider found himself in a familiar position at the conclusion of dressage, as he took over the lead with Chilli Morning ahead of Andrew Nicholson.
Jennie Brannigan announced the withdrawal of Cambalda from competition despite a delayed dressage ride time after the horse slipped on concrete.
Andrew Nicholson rides to the top of the leaderboard on Day 1 while Jennie Brannigan gets a rare ground jury exception to delay her test.
Jordan Linstedt did not start the event with her Tullibard's Hawkwind.

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Jennie Brannigan’s first appearance at Rolex Kentucky has just barely gotten underway, and she’s already endured a competitor’s nightmare.
This young rider and Houston, the U.S.-bred Anglo-Arab he's had since it was a foal, are tackling their first four-star together.
The 46 horses presented were all excepted by the ground jury, but a last-minute injury forced the withdrawal of Emily Beshear’s Here’s To You.
It's the nature of a three-day to have last-minute glitches! See who's run into trouble on their road to Rolex...
Since William Fox-Pitt is in contention to win the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing should he claim the Badminton CCI**** the week after Rolex Kentucky, it's only fitting to catch up and see what his year has been like since his last visit to Kentucky.

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