Ocala Jockey Club CIC3*/CCI2* Live Cross Country Updates

Welcome to the live updates for the Ocala Jockey Club International Three Day Event! Scroll down to relive the day’s action.

For those of you who originally saw Jon Holling and Downtown Harrison named the winners of the CIC3*, a dressage scoring re-calculation later showed an error in Matt Brown and Super Socks’s BCF dressage score.

Correcting the dressage scoring error put Jon and Matt on the same score of 46.3. Matt made the optimum time of 6 minutes, 9 seconds, while Jon picked up 1.2 time penalties. As a result, Matt and Super Socks BCF have officially been declared the CIC3* winners, with Jon and Downtown Harrison in second. Stay tuned for the full report.

You can re-watch the action live on EQTV right here on EN at this link, and you can also open the live stream in a separate window at this link

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

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

You couldn’t ask for a better day to run among the Florida live oak trees. It’s 73 degrees with a 6 mph breeze and 47% humidity. The course has been fast and safe throughout the morning. Our fearless leader Jenni Autry is in the field today and will be bringing you full reports and interviews later today, so – as always – keep it locked on EN for all the excitement from the sunshine state!

CCI* Quick Recap - The course ran exceptionally well. The top three remains unchanged from dressage, with Liz Halliday-Sharp holding first and second aboard Deniro Z and Elarona respectively, with Allison Springer and Business Ben in third. Liz has a rail in hand tomorrow with her first mount, but not her second. Leslie Law and Fernhill Divergent used a double clear run to move up to fourth, and Jonathan Holling and Sportsfield Two Doors Down round out the top five in a field that was 71 horses deep. There were two rider falls, three retirements on course, and one elimination. The problems were spread relatively evenly around course.

A peek at the one-star coffin courtesy of Sara Kozumplik Murphy and this splashy little critter:

12:30 ET - Our first rider will set out on the CIC3* at 1:13 – Leslie Law of Great Britain aboard Charleston VI. There are 21 combinations altogether in the division. The optimum time is 6 minutes 9 seconds.

1:00 ET - At a glance order of go and ride times for the CIC3* are below. The top five horses will run in reverse order of standing to make for a thrilling finish!

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1:13 ET – Leslie Law and Charleston VI are headed out to inaugurate the new CIC3* course designed by Mike Etherington-Smith! Charleston is a Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Lexi Scovil. They’re currently sitting in 17th place on a 59.90.

1: 14 ET – Overnight update: Ronald Zabala-Goetschel has withdrawn Wise Jolliyat, ergo 20 horses will run cross country in the three-star today.

1:17 ET – Leslie and Charleston are clear through 7abc at the first water, looking powerful on the big mount.

1:20 ET – Joe Meyer and South Paw are now on course and clear through the first three.

1:23 ET – Joe Meyer had a runout at the brush corners, Leslie Law had a runout at the angled brushes (12 and 13) and we’re just catching up with Doug Payne at the end of his course on Lysander who is looking sharp at the lane crossing at 23 and 24. They were added to the front of the lineup last minute, and word is that they’re clear as they near the finish.

1:25 ET – Boyd Martin and Steady Eddie are on course and clear through 9. Leslie Law has been eliminated for a third refusal on course.

1:25 ET – Joe Meyer looking spectacular at the end of the course. We’ll get provisional scores for Doug and Joe as soon as they come through.

1:27 ET – Boyd and Eddie clear through 25!

1:28 ET – Buck Davidson and Petite Flower had a runout at 9ab, the angled brush corners, and have opted to retire.

1:30 ET – Matthew Brown and Super Socks are now on course and clear through the first water – looking great on the direct route there.

1:31 ET – Matt and Super Socks dared to jump directly through the angled brushes and zoomed through, wasting no time.

1:33 ET – Allison Springer is now on course aboard 17-year-old fan favorite Arthur.

1:35 ET – Clayton Fredericks and FE Bowman are clear through the first three, and Allison and Arther clear through fence 16.

1:36 ET – Clayton clear through first water, and Arthur and Allison clear through the second water!

1:38 ET – Ocala-based Clayton Fredericks clear through the first 18, Olivia Cliver on course now My Mitch and clear through the first water on the direct route!

1:40 ET – Scores Update: Doug Payne and Lysander added 19.60 time faults to finish with a 71.60. Matt Brown and Super Socks join Boyd Martin and Steady Eddie in the double clear hunt to sit provisionally in first! Joe Meyer finished with just the one runout and added 18.8 time faults.

1:42 ET – Lynn Symansky and Donner clear through the first water, Olivia at final water now and clear!

1:44 ET – Allison Springer and Arther went clear with 11.2 time. Olivia and My Mitch had a gutting refusal at the white racing rails near the end of the course, but were clear on their second attempt.

1:45 ET – Jonathan Holling and Downtown Harrison now on course (they are apparently not running in reverse order in the top five as previously reported.) They are sitting in second place. Lynn Symansky and Donner are clear and positively effortless through the second water and the final fences! We’ll give you a score for them as soon as it comes in.

1:47 ET – Sarah Kozumplik Murphy on course now with Ruben (currently in third) and clear through the first five.

1:48 ET – Jon and Harrison are clear through second water and on to fence 25. Sara and Ruben clear through the brush corners and on their way.

1:50 ET - Sara and Ruben have had a fall at the angled brushes (12 and 13), but Sara is up and okay.

1:51 ET – Ashley Johnson and Tactical Maneuver are on course and clear through the brush corners.

1:52 ET – Colleen Rutledge and Escot 6 are on course and clear through the first three.

1:54 ET – Ashley clear through the second water!

1:55 ET – Colleen and Escot 6 have cleared the first water and staircase. Katie Ruppel and Houdini are now on course and clear through the first three.

1:56 ET – Clayton Fredericks and FE Bowman added 15.20 time to sit currently in 6th, Lynn Symansky and Donner added just 6.40 to sit provisionally in 4th, and Jonathan Holling and Downtown Harrison add only 1.2 to move into the lead for the time being.

Jon Holling and Downtown Harrison. Photo by Jenni Autry.

Jon Holling and Downtown Harrison. Photo by Jenni Autry.

1:57 ET – Colleen and Escot are clear through the white racing oxers and final two fences two finish without apparent jump faults!

1:59 ET – Katie Ruppel clear through angled brushes on Houdini.

2:00 ET – Leslie has returned on his second mount, Tre’ de Kernat for what they hope will be a better run. Katie and Houdini are clear through second water!

2:01 ET – Joe Meyer and Clip Clop are now out on course, currently sitting in 9th place.

2:03 ET – Colleen Rutledge and Escot 6 finish with 7.60 additional time faults but a clear jump round to sit in 5th with 62.80 at the moment.

2:04 ET – Leslie Law clear through the second water!

2:05 ET – Katie and Houdini added 15.60 time faults to sit on 74 even.

2:07 ET – Joe Meyer and Clip Clip looking great through fence 20 but maybe a little slow. They’re through the second water beautifully, running a more inside route than other teams today.

2:08 ET – Ronald Zabala-Goetschel and Wundermaske clear through the brush corners 9ab.

2:09 ET – Buck Davidson back for revenge on his second ride of the day, Carlevo. Ronald and Wundermaske take the long route on the angled brushes to ensure a clear track there, and do it successfully.

2:10 ET – Leslie Law finished strong on his second mount Tre’ du Kernat with 10.4 time faults to sit provisionally in 6th.

2:11 ET – Overnight leader Doug Payne and Vandiver now on course! Ronald clear through second water.

2:12 ET – Buck and Carlevo are clear through fence 16 and Doug is clear through the first water!

2:13 ET – Buck and Carlevo look ferocious through second water as Buck hails a cab. Chasing the time hard.

2:14 ET – Doug and Vandiver are heroic through angled brushes and over the awesome old-school tiger traps.

2:15 ET – Buck and Carlevo are home, Doug and and Vandiver flawless through the second water!

2:16 ET – Doug clear through the final fence, and we’ll get a look at his time momentarily!

2:17 ET – Doug Payne adds 6.40 time faults to drop to fourth place, which means Jonathan Holling and Downtown Harrison are your winners!

2:18 ET – Buck added 17.20 time faults to finish in 7th.

 

2:21 ET – Don’t leave yet! Grab a quick snack and we’ll be back with more live updates for the CCI2* division at 2:45 p.m. ET!


2:43 ET – We’re back! Here’s a quick look at the ride order and times for the CCI2*, with Boyd Martin bookending the event with Santos and Kyra:

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2:45 ET – Boyd Martin and Santos are on course and clear through the first four.

2:49 ET – Boyd and Santos clear through the first tricky combinations at 5ab and 6ab, and clear through the next three as well before the water.

2:52 ET – Boyd clear through the first water at 11abc.

2:53 ET – Nilson Moreira da Silva and Lady Colina now on course.

2:54 ET – Boyd and Santos are flying across the CCI2* galloping landscape, reminiscent of his days aboard another firey red-head Neville Bardos; They’re clear through the second water!

2:56 ET – Tiffani Loudon-Metze and Hap are now on course, currently sitting in fourth place. Nilson had a runout early on but good on second attempt and racing onward.

2:58 ET – Boyd and Santos finish on a spectacular double clear!

2:59 ET – Fan favorite Brazilian Nilson and Lady Colina look incredibly confident in the second water and galloping on.

3:01 ET – Hillary Irwin and Kilbeggan now on course as well. Tiffani and Hap looking strong as they tackle the second water and gallop on.

3:03 ET – Sara Kozumplik Murphy and L’Alezane on course now, showing that her earlier fall didn’t slow her down a bit and through the first 9. Hillary is through the first 20 confidently.

3:05 ET – Sara has a runout at 14ab, a pair of uber skinny brush fences set at an angle. They could be very decisive today.

3:07 ET – Audrea Dyer on All Aboard is out on course and clear through the first half dozen. Sara clear through the second water.

3:10 ET – We’re getting word that the results have been corrected for the CIC3*. We will update you as we learn more.

3:11 ET – Audrea clear through second water and tearing out to make up some time.

3:12 ET – EN has confirmed that due to a dressage scoring error, Matt Brown and Super Socks BCF have been declared the winners of the CIC3*, moving Jon Holling and Downtown Harrison to second.

3:13 ET – Division leaders Hannah Sue Burnett and Cooley Dream are now on course.

3:47 ET – Katie Ruppel and Foreign Affair finish with 16.8 time faults to sit in ninth provisionally. Danielle Poulsen added 5.20 to sit in 10th, and Clara and White Indian add 6 time faults to sit in 11th.

3:18 ET – Conor Rollins and Fernhill Tiger Con were looking great around course before Tiger gave the cascading water and drop a hard look and had to circle to get it done.  Hannah Sue Burnett and Cooley are clear through the first water.

3:20 ET – Jessica Schultz and Lock N’ Load had the same reaction as Tiger and stopped twice at the drop at the second water before heading through successfully. Gutting for this pair on an otherwise strong day.

3:22 ET – Hannah Sue and Cooley are clean through the second water and took the inside route to save a few strides and a few seconds.

3:24 ET – Clara Cargile and White Indian are clear through the first handful and Danielle Poulsen clear through 19.

3:26 ET – Alexa Eleanor Ehlers and Amistoso are on course now and clear through the first five.

3:27 ET – Clara and White Indian are over the elephant trap combination at 20ab.

3:31 ET – Katie Ruppel and Foreign Affair on course and looking strong, and Alexa and Amistoso are clear through the second water and road crossing!

3:33 ET – Katherine Rivera and Royal Lufthanzer clear through the first combinations. Katie Ruppel is just 3 fences from home!

3:35 ET – Daisy Trayford and Normandy Soldier through the first eight and looking fast and confident.

3:37 ET – SCORE UPDATES: Hannah Sue and Cooley Dream added just 2.80 to sit provisionally in first! Boyd Martin holding second with Santos as the first rider out, and Kristen Merala and Tiki Tiki Tumbo also pulled out a double clear to match Boyd’s to now sit in third for the moment.

3:38 ET – Buck Davidson is on course now aboard Bounce Pass and through the first seven elements.

3:40 ET – Daisy Traiford looked solid over elephant traps, Susan Thomas and Fly N Bayou clear through first several efforts.

3:44 ET – Jennie Brannigan and Cool As Ice now on course, clear through the first handful and the first two combinations on course.

3:45 ET – Joe Meyer and Johnny Royale on course now.

3:48 ET – Jennie Brannigan and Cool as Ice clear through the Ocala Jockey Club Keyhole! Boyd Martin and Kyra now on course.

3:50 ET - Joe Meyer and Johnny Royale are clear through 18, the All See Hedges.

3:53 ET – Boyd Martin and Kyra have had a runout at the One Way Heads, the skinny hedges, then had a fall. Both are up and okay.

3:55 ET - Jennie Brannigan and Cool As Ice added just 1.60 time faults to sit in second going into the final day. Hannah Sue Burnett maintains her lead.

CIC3* Updated and Final Top Ten:

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CCI2* Top Ten After Cross Country: 

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