It’s Time to Vote for This Year’s Rolex Top Dog, Presented by World Equestrian Brands

2014 entrant Stephanie Sills’ Aiken stray smiles almost as big as Jimmie Schramm as he clears the corner. 2014 entrant Stephanie Sills’ Aiken stray smiles almost as big as Jimmie Schramm as he clears the corner.

Our Rolex Top Dog contest, presented by World Equestrian Brands, is a perennial favorite among our Rolex-going readers. And for good reason! Who wouldn’t want to snap photos of their adorable dogs doing adorable things at Rolex? Admit it, we all do that anyway. Just take one look at my Instagram page and you’ll relate.

As expected, we had more fantastic submissions this year, and we’ve narrowed the final field down to put before your vote. That’s right, you will be deciding the winner of a fancy Mattes Gold Half Pad with rear trim. Whoever wins this will surely be the envy of all their peers — Mattes is one of the most popular names on the market today.

The fabulous prize up for grabs this year.

The fabulous prize up for grabs this year.

So, without further ado, here are your finalists in this year’s Rolex Top Dog contest. Choose wisely, EN! Voting will close on Sunday, May 3 at 5 p.m. EST. Please vote just once and share on social media, tagging World Equestrian Brands when possible. Many thanks to all of our entrants this year!

1. Jessica Phillips and Hewie:

Jessica Pershing's Hewie wanted to display his excellent bascule over some fences.

Jessica Phillip’s Hewie wanted to display his excellent bascule over some fences.

2. Claire Ryner and Macy:

Claire Ryner's Macy.

Claire Ryner’s Macy displays the “look of eagles.” Or treats. Maybe treats.

3. Sara Calvery and Logan:

Sara Calverly's Logan hangs out with Ballylaffin Bracken.

Sara Calverly’s Logan hangs out with Ballylaffin Bracken.

4. Drew and Jeanna Epping and Lincoln: 

Drew and Jeanna Epping's Lincoln test drives his new Land rover.

Drew and Jeanna Epping’s Lincoln test drives his new Land rover.

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