Five Held, Two Spun in Kentucky Final Horse Inspection

Michael Jung and fischerChipmunk FRH. Photo by Abby Powell.

30 pairs continue after a dramatic final horse inspection at the 2022 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event presented by MARS Equestrian. In total, five pairs were held.

AP Prime, ridden by Leah Lang-Gluscic, and K.E.C. Zara, ridden by Zoe Crawford were ultimately spun after representing to the Ground Jury and veterinary panel.

Jollybo, ridden by Hawley Bennett-Awad, Covert Rights, ridden by Colleen Rutledge, and Chico’s Man VDF Z, ridden by Lexi Scovil, were held, but will continue on to the final phase of competition.

Captain America a.k.a. Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg. Photo by Abby Powell.

Two held, one withdrawn from CCI4*-S final horse inspection

Twenty nine competitors continue on to the final phase in the four-star competition. Two pairs, Ryleigh Leavitt with Moonlight Crush and Erin Kanara with Campground, were held. Ryleigh elected to withdraw Moonlight Crush from the hold box, and Campground was accepted on second presentation.

Best turned out awards for each division were also announced at the conclusion of the trot up with the winning groom taking home a $1000 gift card. Ashley Kapinos and Katherina Maroko, grooming for Hannah Sue Burnett won the honor for the five-star and Erin Jarboe, grooming for Will Coleman, was the recipient for the four-star.

It’s the final countdown! The four-star riders will show jump first beginning at 11 AM. The five-star will commence at 2:00 PM and will run in reverse order of standing with the final phase for the top twenty beginning at 3:45 PM.

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