2014 Rolex Kentucky

2014 Rolex Kentucky

Photos, news, interviews and more from America's only four-star event.

William Fox-Pitt nabbed his third win in Kentucky this year.
Ever wonder what really goes on for riders and grooms at Rolex Kentucky? Chronicle bloggers Sinead and Meg let us peek behind the curtain!
Thirty-nine horses completed the cross-country yesterday, but only 37 will go on to today’s show jumping.
Horse by horse, fence by fence, find out what happened on Derek di Grazia's cross-country course.
If you overhear people at Rolex Kentucky talking about “Moonie,” don’t think there’s a cult takeover in Lexington.
Jimmy Wofford shares his hopes and disappointments from the first two days of competition.
As the afternoon wound down today, Allison Springer watched the wind pick up and the temperature drop. The stands slowly filled with spectators despite the on-and-off rain. The notoriously spooky Arthur was “wild,” as Springer said, during their lunchtime prep ride.
Coming off a course walk, we saw him in the warm-up, maybe the greatest rider ever: Mark Todd.
When Rachel McDonough bought Irish Rhythm off the track, she never imagined the Thoroughbred would take her beyond her wildest dreams and to the Rolex Kentucky CCI****.
How to survive a trip to Rolex Kentucky with a non-horsey husband in tow.
Two riders suffered an early end to their weekend after the initial horse inspection.

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