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Lisa Slade

May 1, 2016

Jung Wins Rolex Kentucky And Turns His Eyes To Possible Grand Slam

Lexington, Ky.—May 1

We now know that Michael Jung can win a four-star nearly any time he wants—nearly any time he enters. So if there’s any suspense left in the eventing world it’s this: Can Jung ride his winning streak—extended with today’s massive victory at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****—into a Rolex Grand Slam victory at next week’s Mitsubishi Motors Badminton CCI****?

May 1, 2016

As It Happens: 2016 Rolex Kentucky Show Jumping

The show jumping for Rolex Kentucky kicks off with the first horse in the ring here at 12:50 p.m. You can follow along with our live commentary here throughout the class! 

April 30, 2016

Time’s Only On Jung’s Side For Rolex Cross-Country

Lexington, Ky.—April 30

When he canters into the Rolex Stadium on fischerRocana FST for tomorrow’s show jumping, Michael Jung will have three rails in hand over Phillip Dutton on Fernhill Fugitive. 

Part of that lead was based on Jung’s dressage score, but then he massively extended it by jumping the only near-clear (0.8 time penalties) over Derek di Grazia’s cross-country track today. 

April 30, 2016

As It Happens: 2016 Rolex Kentucky Cross-Country

Rolex Kentucky cross-country begins at 10:00 a.m. this morning. Follow along with our live commentary here all day! 

Check out scores and ride times, or read all of the Chronicle's Rolex coverage

April 29, 2016

Springer Mounts A Challenge, But Jung Remains On Top At Rolex

Lexington, Ky.—April 29

 The other riders tried to get close to him—him being Germany’s Michael Jung, who won yesterday’s Rolex Kentucky CCI**** dressage with 34.4 penalties—all day. 

Marilyn Little and RF Demeter, who went before the lunch break on Day 2, earned 42.5 penalties and closed the gap slightly. But it took the last rider of the day, Allison Springer on Arthur, to get even remotely close with a 39.7. 

April 28, 2016

No Surprise At Rolex: Jung Takes Day 1 Dressage Lead

Lexington, Ky.—April 28

If you'd placed a bet before dressage started at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, you’d probably have chosen Michael Jung on fischerRocana FST to win the day. But leading with a nearly 10-point margin on 34.4 penalties? Well, you might not have expected quite that result.

April 26, 2016

Leprevost Faces No Penalties After World Cup Incident

Following an incident in the warm-up ring at the Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping Final (Sweden), the Fédération Equestre Internationale announced it’s not taking action against French rider Penelope Leprevost.

April 26, 2016

Bella Rose 2 And Don Johnson FRH Out For Rio Olympics

Two of Isabell Werth’s top horses, Don Johnson FRH and Bella Rose 2, won’t vie for a spot on the German team at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. 

Don Johnson didn’t compete at this year’s Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final (Sweden) due to an injury he sustained immediately before, and Bella Rose’s last competition was the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (France). There she was Germany’s highest score for team gold

April 18, 2016

Grass Valley Euthanized At Belton Horse Trials

Grass Valley, a four-star horse competed by New Zealand’s Mark Todd and more recently by Brazil’s Gabriel Cury, was euthanized after breaking his feltlock on cross-country at the Belton Horse Trials CIC*** in Great Britain. 

According to Horse & Hound, the 16-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Legal Pressure—Connaught Gold, Clover Hill), sustained the injury on a corner after a big table at fence 7ab. 

April 15, 2016

Eve Jobs Purchases Chill RZ

Charlie Jayne’s top grand prix mount Chill RZ will now compete with young rider Eve Jobs. The 13-year-old horse, who’s been owned by Alex Jayne and Maura Thatcher, and Charlie have been a team for about five years now.

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