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Did the Thoroughbreds deliver at Rolex Kentucky? Events,Rolex 2015

The handsome, vigilant and spirited horse was ideal when the sport of Eventing, featured the long-format, where the horse’s endurance, fitness and conditioning were paramount. Thoroughbreds offer a certain presence, and their boldness, confidence and courage have enabled them to remain competitive. The change in format hasn’t dissuaded upper level riders from competing Thoroughbreds or ex-racehorses and that was very obvious at the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event CCI4* where out of the 75 riders that started the competition, 26 of them were sitting on Thoroughbreds. Rolex 2015 top OTTB When the final penalty points were tallied, Donner the OTTB…

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Taking her time to get it right – Caroline Martin – 30 Under 30 2014's 30 Under 30,Riders

The youngest rider named to the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Eventing 2014 High Performance National Training List and most recently the 2015 High Performance Training Lists, Caroline Martin (USA) is just turning 20 years old. She won the FEI North American Young Rider Championships in 2013 and since she is still a ‘Young Rider’, she plans to contest the championship again this year with Spring Easy. Competing at the advanced level since she was 18, she has a competitive string of eight horses and seven of them are at the intermediate level and above. In addition, she has been…

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Buck Davidson takes top honors in the $40,000 Adequan USEA Gold Cup Final 2014 events,Events,Riders

Eventing Connect congratulates all the winners and competitors at the American Eventing Champioships. Grow eventing! Press release from USEA-Michelle Dunn It was written all over Buck Davidson’s face – he was thrilled with Caroline Martin’s Petite Flower and proud to win the $40,000 2014 Adequan USEA Gold Cup Final at the Texas Rose Horse Park. They jumped double-clear over Richard Jeffery’s challenging course, edging out overnight leaders and defending Gold Cup Champions Laine Ashker and Anthony Patch. But even though he won his inaugural trip to Texas for the Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships, presented by VTO Saddlery, and a…

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