Sunday Links from SRF Carolina International

Course designing for decades apparently has hidden health benefits, because I can tell you right now that I will not be in any shape to catch ride a 5-year-old at Training level in my 70s. Not only did Ian Stark take a jaunt around Carolina today, but was also celebrated as he begins his final year in course design. Our sport truly won’t be the same without him!

In other news, Liz Halliday casually dominated the 4*-S this weekend, taking not only the win on Ocala Horse Properties and Deborah Palmer’s ever-incredible Miks Master C, but fifth as well on Cooley Nutcracker. Caroline Pamukcu took second with Meghan O’Donoghue third and Sydney Elliot in fourth, making a female power-team in the top five. Check out Cheg’s play-by-play here as they battled it out for the win. Truly a strong start to the 2024 season!

U.S. Weekend Action

Carolina International CCI & H.T. (Raeford, NC) [Website] [Schedule] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer] [Cross Country Maps] [Live Scores] [Live Stream] [EN’s Coverage]

Ocala Winter II (Ocala, FL) [Website] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer] [Scoring]

Pine Top Spring H.T. (Thomson, GA) [Website] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer] [Scoring]

Ram Tap National H.T. (Fresno, CA) [Scoring] [Website] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer]

International Events

FEI Eventing Nations Cup Leg 1 (Montelibretti, Italy) [Website] [Timetable] [Entries] [Show Jumping Live Stream] [Cross Country Live Stream]

Links to Start Your Sunday:

As predicted! EquiRatings was right on track with Liz Halliday’s win

An Affront To American Breeders

Meet Our Community Outreach Organizations: Metropolitan Equestrian Team

The VIP Volunteer: Jim Moyer Earns 2023 USEA Volunteer of the Year Award

Morning Viewing: Check out Liz Halliday’s winning show jumping round from Carolina here, courtesy of Horse & Country:

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