Photo Gallery: Smiles All Around During WEG Dressage Day 2

Sandra Auffarth and Viamant du Matz (GER). Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

The scores are in and the results tallied. The second day of dressage at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games was full of emotion, a few surprises and some incredibly beautiful moments. A few personal favorites: I just loved watching Brazil’s Henrique Plombon Pinheiro ride through his test with Land Quenotte Do Feroleto wearing an ear-to-ear grin. It was also refreshing to see Ingrid Klimke reach down and pat SAP Hale Bob OLD several times on their way to second place.

Of course, it’s very exciting to see the U.S. in bronze medal position after the first phase, but scores are close all the way to through and there is plenty to do on course tomorrow. Go Eventing.

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