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Peter Barry in Stable Condition After Being Hospitalized

Peter Barry and Kilrodan Abbott. Photo by Jenni Autry. Peter Barry and Kilrodan Abbott. Photo by Jenni Autry.

Canadian Olympian Peter Barry is in stable condition after being hospitalized due to suffering a stroke yesterday afternoon at the Carolina Horse Park.

Sue Ockendon confirmed to EN that Peter is resting comfortably at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst, North Carolina, with his wife, Susan, and son, Dylan, by his side.

The family will release more information soon but wanted the eventing community to know that Peter is stable. We wish him all the best for a speedy recovery, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Update: Monday, March 27 — Peter remains in stable condition.

Kim Severson & Cooley Cross Border Clinch Wire-to-Wire Win in Carolina Advanced

Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld. Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border led the Advanced division from start to finish at Carolina International, jumping a clear show jumping round this morning to seal the deal on the win on a final score of 28.3.

“Cross,” a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by the Cross Syndicate, added just 1.2 cross country time penalties to his dressage score, and Kim said he was “unreal” around Ian Stark’s track yesterday.

“He just couldn’t have been better,” Kim said. “I could have been a little bit better here and there, but he was 100 percent.”

While Cross is entered for his four-star debut at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Kim has also applied for a USEF High Performance Grant to compete at the Equi-Trek Bramham Horse Trials in England, and she’s still not sure which option she will choose.

“He came out yesterday and for the first time I actually thought that Rolex could be an option. He’s entered but my first option is to go to Bramham because I think he needs to go to another three-star. If he were to jump around The Fork or Fair Hill the way he did yesterday I could see him going to Rolex.”

As for why she is leaning a bit more toward Bramham, Kim said she would like more time to confirm his flying changes and also pointed to wanting more time to develop his base of fitness.

“I think he needs the fitness of another three-star, although yesterday he was fast and easy,” Kim said. “That was a very different horse than the one I’ve had yet. I was really happy with that.”

Aside from Carolina, Cross has only had one other run this season at the Wellington Eventing Showcase, and Kim said that the competition was “amazingly good for him.” She also competed him in a combined test earlier this month at the Carolina Horse Park.

“He’s been a little nervous about being in the ring, but I think he’s had a big learning curve recently,” Kim said. “I was lucky enough two weeks ago to do the combined test on him to get him in the ring twice, which was really helpful.”

Looking back to their test on Friday afternoon, they left some points on the table when Cross cantered out of the halt and missed on a flying change, but Kim said she was pleased that he stayed more relaxed in the ring.

Matt Brown and Super Socks BCF. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Matt Brown and Super Socks BCF jumped clear in show jumping with one time penalty to finish in second place on on 34.5. They delivered the fastest cross country trip yesterday, coming home just one second over the optimum time.

With a solid Rolex prep run behind them, Matt and “Flaxen,” an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by the Blossom Creek Foundation, will now go straight on to Rolex for the second four-star appearance of their career.

Lauren Kieffer and Veronica, a 15-year-old Dutch mare owned by Team Rebecca, had one rail down and also added two time penalties to finish in third place on a final score of 46.8.

Lauren Kieffer and Veronica. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Lauren also finished a second horse in the top five in Landmark’s Monte Carlo, an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by Jacqueline Mars, with one rail and one time penalty to finish fourth on 49.2. Both horses are heading to England for the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.

Woods Baughman and Montesquieu, a 10-year-old Thoroughbred gelding owned by James Woods and Kim Baughman, moved up from 23rd after dressage to finish in fifth place on a final score of 50.6 thanks to a clear show jumping round and adding just 5.2 cross country time penalties yesterday.

Only five pairs jumped clear rounds inside the time over Marc Donovan’s show jumping course. In addition to our winners Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border and fifth-placed Woods Baughman and Montesquieu, the following combinations also added no penalties in the final phase: Waylon Roberts and Kelecyn Cognac (6th, 50.6), Lillian Heard and Share Option (8th, 53.5), and Erin Sylvester and Paddy the Caddy (9th, 55.4).

Click here to catch up on all of EN’s coverage from Carolina International. Go Eventing.

Carolina Links: Website, Schedule,Live Scores, EN’s Coverage, EN’s Twitter, EN’s Instagram

Sunday Links Presented by One K Helmets

Photo by HelloGrace via Instagram

I’ve been to an awful lot of cross country days in my lifetime, and still I am positive I have never done it as well as this little lady. I hereby solemnly swear to reconsider why I don’t treat the field like a runway, and resolve to be better, fiercer, and more on fleek. (But seriously. The baby hunter boots and shades? I die. She wins.)

U.S. Weekend Action

Carolina International CIC and H.T.: [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Stream] [Schedule] [Orders of Go] [Live Scores] [EN’s Coverage] [EN’s Twitter] [EN’s Instagram]

Poplar Place Farm March H.T.: [Website] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Sunday Links:

Burgham International canceled due to weather conditions

Arrogate From Last to First in Stunning Dubai World Cup

“Whoa Shamrock!” A NSFW Ride on a Runaway Horse

Are You a Badminton HT First-Timer? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Repeated studies show shortcomings among riders in identifying lameness in horses

Jessica Springsteen Jumps the Arena Decor to Take CSI 5* Win at WEF

Sunday Video:

Liz Halliday-Sharp & Matt Brown Win Carolina International CIC2*/CIC*

Liz Halliday-Sharp and Deniro Z. Photo by Jenni Autry. Liz Halliday-Sharp and Deniro Z. Photo by Jenni Autry.

Liz Halliday-Sharp’s Deniro Z has won his second two-star this spring with a wire-to-wire win in the Matt Faudree & Attwood Equestrian Surfaces CIC2* at Carolina International. The 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood took the lead in a huge division of 62 starters on a dressage score of 41.7. A double clear show jumping round gave them some breathing room for cross country, where they added only 1.6 time penalties today for a final score of 43.3.

Deniro has had an impressive career so far, with numerous national wins and four international wins since 2016. Liz told EN last month that she was hoping to syndicate Deniro and is excited to announce that they do have new owners for him and she he will be staying in her barn.

“He’s just unreal. It’s funny because I think he’s really kind of coming into himself. We weren’t really sure what kind of horse he’d be. He’s always been a sale horse and he’s become this really awesome dude,” Liz said. “I really think he’s a top horse… I think the two of us get on very well, which is important, and it’s nice when you’ve produced them from the beginning to really know the horses.”

Deniro came to Liz in the summer of 2015 from Francis Whittington. He had little experience, but won his first event and showed promise on cross country. He kept winning and kept progressing from there. “Each level you challenged him, he said ‘okay, I can do that.’ He’s very much his own person, but he really likes the party. He gets it and he likes to compete. He nearly always goes in the ring and delivers.”

Niro will head to the Ocala CCI2* next month. Liz’s next goal with him this year is to do the Blenheim Young Horse CIC3* for 8/9 Year Olds. “He nearly could do an Advanced now, it’s just solidifying him at each step of the way.”

Hannah Sue Burnett and RF Demeter. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Hannah Sue Burnett and Jacqueline Mars’ 15-year-old Oldenburg mare RF Demeter redeemed themselves from a fly by at Red Hills two weeks ago with a clear round and two time penalty points to secure a second place finish today on a 47.2.

Hannah Sue said she had walked the course this morning with Karen O’Connor and formulated a plan with the help of Demi’s former rider Marilyn Little. “I stuck to that plan and it worked really well,” Hannah Sue said.

“It’s very different to how I ride my other horses in cross country. They go in the contact in the gallop and she doesn’t like that at all. By fence 5 I figured that out. Then she took a breath and was so much fun. I had a blast. Everything rode great and she felt like my horse… I felt like I could have run around Kentucky.”

Coming third was Kylie Lyman and Joan Nichols’ Cooley Ice, who made a steady march up the leaderboard throughout the weekend. They started in seventh with a 49.2 and finished on that score for third place. Bobby Meyerhoff and his own Fortuna also finished on their dressage score of 53.7, vaulting up the places from 28th after dressage to ultimately claim fourth. Will Coleman and the Conair Syndicate’s Soupcon du Brunet made a similar leap, going from 17th to fifth with only four time penalties to add to their dressage score of 51.6.

Only four two-star competitors rode double-clear on cross country today: Arden Wildasin and Kineo, Tayler Stewart and Ideal Contini, Bobby and Fortuna, and Kylie and Cooley Ice. Bobby and Kylie were the only two riders to finish on their dressage score. Way to go!

Kylie Lyman and Cooley Ice. Photo by Jenni Autry.

After a minor injury in 2015, the Blossom Creek Foundation’s BCF Belicoso has returned to competition in excellent form. Scoring a 37.5 for a tie for third in dressage, Matt Brown piloted “Holden” to two double-clear jumping rounds to win the Landmark’s Young Event Team CIC*.

“After he was an alternate for the Pan American Games, he had a fairly minor tendon injury and we gave him a lot of time,” Matt said. “I think the break and the time rebuilding him was actually really good for him because he feels a lot stronger. He doesn’t have the base of fitness obviously so we need to take our time and build him up, but he’s just a super horse to have in the barn.

“His dressage I think has come along the most because we’ve been doing a lot flat work during the rehab. I was really happy with his dressage test and this event i actually wasn’t freaking out the whole time cross country worrying about him. I let him gallop a bit more. He feels great. I couldn’t be happier for him.”

The plan is to run Holden at another Intermediate or two-star at Fair Hill before targeting a CIC3*. “I’m going to really try to get him as fit as I can. He’s the opposite of Super Socks BCF and needs a lot of fitness, so that will be our primary goal this year: get him really fit and confident and see where we go.”

Matt Brown and BCF Belicoso. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Boyd Martin and Contessa hunted down the top spot throughout the competition, moving from second after dressage to third with 2.4 time and finally settling in for second place after a double clear show jumping round today. Valerie Vizcarrondo and Favian added one rail to their score today to finish on 41.8 in third place.

Jennie Brannigan and FE Lifestyle moved up from 13th after dressage to finish fourth on a 45.8, having added two second of time on cross country and another 2 second today in show jumping. Will Faudree and Michel 233 round out the top five, finishing on their dressage score and moving up from 22nd after dressage.

That wraps up the FEI divisions at Carolina International. The national divisions finish up tomorrow with the Advanced show jumping first thing in the morning. But the EN team isn’t done yet! We’ll be back with more from #CICIC.

Carolina Links: Website, Entry Status, Ride Times, Live Stream, Schedule, Orders of Go, Live Scores, EN’s Coverage, EN’s Twitter, EN’s Instagram

Breathe Carolina: Cross Country Day Social Media from #CICIC

Another exciting day of cross country has come to an end, and I’d like to personally congratulate Caroline Martin for being the hero of the day and taking home her first CIC3* win on a horse she’s had for a month. Pretty badass, if you ask me.

Here’s a look at social media from the exciting final day of the FEI divisions at #CICIC:

Carolina Links: Website, Entry Status, Ride Times, Live Stream, Schedule, Orders of Go, Live Scores, EN’s Coverage, EN’s Twitter, EN’s Instagram

Donner surfed to the fastest ride of the day so far! @lynn.symansky.equestrian #CICIC

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#CICIC #carolinahorsepark

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Getting some riding lessons today while jump judging at the #CICIC 🏁

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Caroline Martin Takes Her First CIC3* Career Win with The Apprentice

Caroline Martin and The Apprentice. Photo by Jenni Autry. Caroline Martin and The Apprentice. Photo by Jenni Autry.

The CIC3* cross country finale at Carolina International certainly lived up to expectations, with the top of the leaderboard shuffling in a nail-biting conclusion that ended with 22-year-old Caroline Martin clinching the first three-star win of her career aboard Sherrie Martin’s The Apprentice on a final score of 44.3.

Caroline has only had “Dirk” in her barn for just over a month since she took over the ride from her former trainer Buck Davidson, who produced the 13-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding to the Advanced level.

With Carolina being the first three-star run for their new partnership, not only did Caroline and Dirk storm around as the only pair to make the optimum time of 6 minutes, 41 seconds, but today is the first time the horse has ever made time at the CIC3* level.

Caroline said she had an advantage in going out first on two other horses, Danger Mouse and Spring Easy, before leaving the start box with Dirk. “He gave me a surprise. He was a little bit stronger than I thought. I rode him in a loose ring snaffle, and he was pretty good through most of the course, and honestly he just showed me how to ride.”

Dirk is next entered at The Fork CIC3*, and Caroline said she will confer with USEF Developing Coach Leslie Law in making a plan for the rest of their spring season. “I trained with Buck for about 12 years, so the way Buck taught me how to ride himself is the way he rode the horse, so that helps a lot. I also used to ride Titanium and he was also trained by Buck.

“Dirk is a new horse for me, but I was also taught the basics by Buck, who is amazing. I think that’s why it was easier to get to know him. He’s an incredible athlete and jumper. He has an amazing gallop. He’s very easy on the flat. I have to give Buck credit for training him and for training me. I can’t forget Buck for everything he’s done for me.”

Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen. Photo by Jenni Autry.

Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen, who led after yesterday’s show jumping, skipped around clear to finish in second place on 47.7 with 6.4 time penalties. The 14-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, owned by Jessica Montgomery, Kathryn Kraft, and Holly and William Becker, now has two top CIC3* finishes under his belt this season, having won the Pine Top CIC3* last month.

“Glen” was a bit cheeky on course today for Clark, he said. “He jumped all the fences; he just wasn’t super adjustable to go really quick on a CIC course.” Clark confirmed they will stick with the plan to go straight on to the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event next. “He doesn’t need to do anymore runs. We’ll just make sure he’s physically happy from here on out and peak his fitness and get to Kentucky.”

Jennie Brannigan and Cambalda. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Jennie Brannigan and Cambalda, a 15-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by Tim and Nina Gardner, sat in second place after their clear show jumping round yesterday and went clear today with 8.4 time penalties to finish third on 49.9. That’s yet another strong result for his comeback tour, as “Ping” also finished second in the Red Hills CIC3* last month.

Ping gave her a very smooth round today despite pulling a shoe, Jennie said, and she said she will consult with Phillip Dutton as to where to aim the horse next.

“He doesn’t owe me anything. I’ve been lucky to have some other horses up and coming, and we really just want to keep him happy,” Jennie said. “He is a horse that likes hard ground, so I wouldn’t say I’d ask him to jump around a CCI4* in the rain again because horsemanship-wise it’s hard on him. We’ll see how he comes out of this.”

Will Faudree and Pfun. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Will Faudree and Pfun, a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by Jennifer Mosing, steadily climbed the leaderboard throughout the weekend, rising from 22nd after dressage to 13th after show jumping, and ultimately finishing in fourth place on 52.9 with a speedy cross country round and 4.4 time penalties.

Doug Payne and Debi Crowley’s Vandiver, a 13-year-old Trakehnher gelding, also cruised up the leaderboard this weekend, jumping up from 23rd after dressage to round out the top five in the CIC3* on a final score of 53.6 thanks to a fast cross country trip with 4.8 time penalties.

Lynn Symansky and Donner, a 14-year-old Thoroughbred gelding owned by the Donner Syndicate, had the second fastest time of the division, crossing the finish with just 1.6 time penalties to finish in sixth place on 54.1 in preparation for the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.

Kurt Martin and DeLux Z, a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by CJ and Bill Martin, looked super impressive in preparation for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, cruising around with 7.2 time penalties to jump up from 29th after dressage to finish in seventh on a final score of 58.8.

Will Faudree was the only rider in the division to finish two horses in the top 10, picking up 12.4 time penalties on cross country with Jennifer Mosing’s Hans Dampf, an 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding, to finish eighth on 59.1.

Doug Payne and Vandiver. Photo by Jenni Autry.

Kylie Lyman and Da Vinci Code, a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, delivered the third-fastest round in the division, picking up 3.2 time penalties to move up from 30th after dressage to finish in ninth place on 59.4.

Sharon White and her own Cooley On Show, a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, finished in 10th place on a final score of 60.5 with a clear cross country trip and 13.2 time penalties.

Ian Stark’s cross country course certainly caused its fair share of trouble, with nine pairs picking up jumping penalties and three pairs being eliminated on refusals. We had two falls on course, with Kylie Lyman parting ways from Lup the Loop after the second water, and Hannah Sue Burnett popping off of Cooley Dream at the Cloud 11 Pebble Peach. Both horses and riders were uninjured.

We are waiting on final fence reports to be released from the event to confirm jumping penalties.

Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border Defend Advanced Lead

The Advanced division ran cross country immediately following the CIC3*, and Kim Severson and the Cross Syndicate’s Cooley Cross Border, a 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding, defended their lead with a clear round and 28.3 time penalties to hold first place on 28.3.

Matt Brown and Super Socks BCF, an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by the Blossom Creek Foundation, came the closest to making the optimum time of 6 minutes, 41 seconds, coming home just one second over to move up from ninth to second on 33.5.

Lauren Kieffer and Team Rebecca’s Veronica, a 15-year-old Dutch mare, jumped clear with 13.6 time penalties to drop one spot on the leaderboard to third place on 40.8. Click here to view full a full scoring breakdown. The Advanced division concludes tomorrow with show jumping starting at 9 a.m. EST.

Carolina Links: Website, Ride Times, Live Stream, Schedule, Live Scores, EN’s Coverage, EN’s Twitter, EN’s Instagram

Your Guide to Watching the Carolina International Live Stream

Setter's Run Glen. Photo by Kate Samuels. Setter's Run Glen. Photo by Kate Samuels.

Welcome to Carolina International CIC3* cross country! Jenni and Leslie T. are out in the field, covering the action live, and EQSportsNet is live streaming it for those of us following from home.

Buck Davidson and Copper Beach are our CIC3* trailblazers, leaving the box at 1:10 p.m. EST, and the action continues through 3:49 p.m.

There’s plenty enough to do out there today on Ian Stark’s beefy course. Check out Kate Samuels’ course preview here.

We’re now Live with the CIC3* from the Carolina International on EQSports.Net!

Posted by EQSportsNet on Saturday, March 25, 2017

We’ve been receiving questions on how to watch the live steam, so Helen Murray of EQSportsNet kindly put together a guide to get you started. It is free to watch all of the live event coverage. If you want to watch on demand after the event, you need a Full Access subscription for $25 per month. All Full Access subscribers can also request videos of their individual rides at no extra cost.

How to subscribe to EQSportsNet

  1. Visit EQSports.Net and click on the SUBSCRIBE option in the top navigation or the drop-down in the top right of the page.
  2. There are two options for access to EQSports.Net
    • Live Access — This provides you with a pass to watch live event coverage for FREE.
    • Full Access — This pass gives you access to watch both live broadcasts and all on-demand content for $25 per month (includes more than 11,000 full programs and video clips.)
  3. Register using Facebook, Google, Yahoo or sign-up by entering your email address and a password of your choice.
    • Full Access subscribers will be asked to make a payment using any of the secure payment methods of your choice. A confirmation message will appear on the webpage.
  4. You will be redirected to the EQSports.Net site, where you will have either Live or Full Access. (Ensure you are logged in if you don’t have instant access.)

How to access the stream once you have subscribed

  1. Make sure you login, which can be done on the drop down on the top right of the homepage.
  2. Once you are logged in, you can access the stream by either clicking Live Access on the top of the homepage or by clicking the Carolina International banner one the homepage carousel.
  3. When the stream is live, just press the play button in the video player and enjoy!

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Happy watching, EN! Go Eventing.

Carolina Links: Website, Entry Status, Ride Times, Live Stream, Schedule, Orders of Go, Live Scores, EN’s Coverage, EN’s Twitter, EN’s Instagram

 

#DogsOfEN: Gettin’ Doggy With It

Where there are horse people, there are dogs — and we love showing them off! Here’s your latest batch of canine Instagram pics. Be sure to tag your ‘Grams with #DogsOfEN for inclusion in a future edition!

They are so cute even when they are being bad. #germanshepherd #dogsofinstgram #dogsofen

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My favorite nose #dogsofen #greydaysareforcuddles

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#boreddogs #dogsofen #rainyaiken How does one entertain the boys? Two days of cold rain.

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I finally found a jump my size! #dogsofen #jumpingdog #redonright #bassethoundsofinstagram #bassethound #basset #crosscountry #basset_feature #cute_intafame

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SO CUTE 🐶 #jackrussell #jrt #terrier #foggymountaindogcoats #barndog #dogsofen #bringmeinside

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We’re ready for XC!!! #dogsofen #pinetophorsetrials #eventing #crosscountry #redbonecoonhoundmix #bassethoundmix #whatishapping

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That look when you find out mom’s taking you to the barn! #kyrathehusky #dogsofen #huski_gram #huskiesofinstagram

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Woody says “smile” 😃 #woodythegreat #woodrow #DogsofEN #dogsofinstgram

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When your dad’s dog, Foxy, has mad cross country skills! #foxythedog #wishmydogwasahorse #nofear #dogsofen

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Look at this pretty girl! Say hello to Echo 🐶 #RHHT2017 #DogsOfEN #DogsOfRedHills

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And … our honorable mention cats of the week:

You’re #barncat-ing wrong #eventerproblems

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Go Dogs. Go Eventing!

Saturday Links from Tipperary

Lee Lee Jones and Evie Dutton cheer on Carolina International competitors from afar via livestream. #LeeLeeStrong. Photo via Phillip Dutton Eventing on Facebook. Lee Lee Jones and Evie Dutton cheer on Carolina International competitors from afar via livestream. #LeeLeeStrong. Photo via Phillip Dutton Eventing on Facebook.

It’s another busy day at Carolina International! The actions starts early as the first horse leaves the start box at 8:00 AM sharp for the Open Intermediate division, but for those of us not on the grounds we can catch the live stream of the CIC2* division starting at 10:00 AM EST, followed by the CIC3* division at 1:00 PM.  And as always, EN will be keeping you up-to-date with more in-depth coverage from the event. Keep it locked here!

Weekend Action:

Carolina International CIC and H.T.: [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Live Stream] [Schedule] [Orders of Go] [Live Scores] [EN’s Coverage] [EN’s Twitter] [EN’s Instagram]

Poplar Place Farm March H.T.: [Website] [Ride Times] [Live Scores]

Saturday Links:

ICYMI: Carolina International CIC3* Cross Country Course Walk

6 reasons it’s okay to be a little bit nervous when you go eventing (you’re not alone)

Horsepeople At 15 And At 30

Sport horse science: Inside a high-tech equine lab

Saturday Video:

Here’s a different perspective on dressage! Good for checking geometry, no?