Oxbow’s Sunday Links from ERS-Eventing.com

A big congratulations to Oxbow, ridden by Gary Stevens and trained by D. Wayne Lukas, who led from wire to wire to win this year’s Preakness Stakes. I think a lot of us were rooting for Derby winner Orb, but it was fun to watch Oxbow completely dominate the field–and it was a great storyline nonetheless: a legendary Hall of Fame trainer, a 50-year-old jockey who came out of retirement to take the ride, and a horse that entered the starting gate at 15-1 odds.

Itsmyluckyday finished second, and Mylute, ridden by female jockey Rosie Napravnik, finished third. Odds-on favorite Orb seemed to lose his rhythm after breaking from the rail and finished a distant fourth. Full results here.

Events This Weekend:

CHC International HT: [Website] [Live Scores]

Otter Creek HT: [Website] [Times][Live Scores]

CCC Spring Gulch HT:  [Website]

Hitching Post Farm HT:  [Website] [Entry Status][Live Scores]

Fair Hill HT:  [Website] [Times][Live Scores]

Greater Dayton HT:  [Website] [Entry Status][Live Scores]

Kelly’s Ford HT:  [Website][Live Scores]

Kent School HT:  [Website] [Entry Status][Live Scores]


Dirk Shrade’s London Olympic team gold medal partner King Artus died at the at Wiesbaden 3* on Saturday of an apparent aortic rupture

Saturday at Britain’s Brigstock International Horse Trials

Dutton and William Penn Lead CHC International CIC3* Before Final Phase of Cross-Country

Oxbow Derails Orb’s Crown Quest With Win in Preakness Stakes

Benefits of Riding Trot Identified in Research

Radnor Horse Racing and Lawn Parties Underway

Video: Oxbow’s winning trip

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