For the last few years I’ve heard people who doubt the might of the West Coast. There are those that write off the West Coast because it’s a smaller community with fewer venues. There are those who have suggested that those out west are at a disadvantage because we don’t have the same sort of terrain and training opportunities. As West Coast riders continue to head back east and get it done, I’m hearing less and less of those voices. I suspect that after 2016, California will be the hip place to winter rather than Florida. (Maybe not, but a girl can dream, eh?)
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Rolex Meet and Greet excitement at the Omega Alpha booth (#172)! Several Omega Alpha riders will be dropping by for a meet and greet during Rolex. Thursday and Friday take some time to stop by and meet several of Omega Alpha’s sponsored riders Times are as follows: 1:00 pm on Thursday for Lauren Kieffer, 3:00 pm on Thursday for Selena O’Hanlon and Jessie Ferguson, 12:30 on Friday for Hannah Sue Burnett.
Davidsons to Hold Signing at Rolex The Hagyard booth will be THE place to be at this year’s Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. Eventing legends Bruce and Buck Davidson will be signing items for fans Friday during the lunch break (starting at noon), and Hagyard-sponsored eventer Allie Knowles will be stopping by during Thursday’s lunch break. Hagyard will have hats and photos available for signing, or fans can bring their own mementos. The Hagyard booth can be found on the floor of the indoor, on Custom Made Road.
Sunday Video: Super Socks BCF at Fair Hill in 2014.