<p>Boyd Martin (USA) and On Cue win the CCI5*-L on their dressage score of 25 penalties, just .1 point below overnight leader Oliver Townend (GBR) and Cooley Master Class.</p>
<p>U.S. Eventing Coach Erik Duvander congratulates Boyd Martin (USA) after Boyd and On Cue put in a clean round in the CCI5*-L show jumping.</p>
<p>Boyd Martin's sons, Nox and Leo Rossco (on shoulders), help him celebrate his CCI5*-L win.</p>
<p>Two-time Kentucky Three-Day Event winners Oliver Townend (GBR) and Cooley Master Class had one rail down to finish second in the CCI5*-L with a score of 25.1.</p>
<p>Tim Price (NZL) and Xavier Faer, who went into the CCI5*-L show jumping in second place, had the second rail down to drop them to overall third place with a score of 28.3.</p>
<p>Jennie Brannigan (USA) and Stella Artois steadily moved up during the CCI5*-L from seventh after dressage to sixth following cross country to overall fourth place after show jumping with a score of 31.3. </p>
<p>Will Coleman (USA) and Tight Lines finished the CCI5*-L in fifth place on their dressage score of 32.2.</p>
<p>Lauren Nicholson (USA) and Landmark’s Monte Carlo dropped from fourth place after the CCI5*-L cross country to an overall sixth-place finish after incurring 4.4 penalties in show jumping. Their final score was 32.9</p>
<p>Harry Meade (GBR) and Superstition had one rail in the CCI5*-L show jumping to move from fifth place after cross country to seventh with a final score 33.1.</p>
<p>Jonelle Price (NZL) and Classic Moet joined the one-rail-down group in CCI5*-L show jumping to finish in eighth place with 34.6.</p>
<p>Astier Nicolas (FRA) and Babylon de Gamma also steadily moved up the CCI5*-L leaderboard from 28<sup>th</sup> after dressage to 14<sup>th</sup> after cross country to 10<sup>th</sup> after show jumping with a final score of 35.9.</p>
<p>Alexandra Knowles (USA) and Morswood were in 13<sup>th</sup> place after CCI5*-L dressage to 19<sup>th</sup> after cross country. In show jumping, they picked up 1.6 time penalties to finish in 11<sup>th</sup> place on 38.9 penalties.</p>
<p>Doug Payne (USA) and Quantum Leap moved up from 33<sup>rd</sup> place after CCI5*-L dressage to 11<sup>th</sup> after cross country to ninth after they jumped a penalty-free show jumping round. Their final score was 34.8.</p>
<p>Lauren Nicholson (USA) and Vermiculus added 8.8 penalties to their score after CCI5*-L cross-country to drop from eighth place after cross-country to finish in 12<sup>th</sup> place with 39.5.</p>
<p>Phillip Dutton (USA) and Sea Of Clouds had two rails down in CCI5*-L show jumping to tie with Lauren Nicholson for 12th place.</p>
<p>Emily Hamel (USA) and Corvett moved up from 41<sup>st</sup> place after dressage to 21<sup>st</sup> place after a double-clear cross-country trip to finish the CCI5*-L in 14<sup>th</sup> place with 40.2.</p>
<p>Will Coleman (USA) and DonDante incurred 4.4 penalties in the CCI5*-L show jumping to end up in 15<sup>th</sup> place with 40.6.</p>
<p>Kurt Agardy Martin (USA) and D.A. Lifetime stayed at the top of the CCI3*-L leaderboard in all three phases to win the competition and the USEF Eventing National Championship.</p>
<p>Hannah Sue Burnett (USA) and Carsonstown jumped from fourth place after the CCI3*-L cross country to an overall second.</p>
<p>Oliver Townend (GBR) and Ulises moved up from seventh after the CCI3*-L to finish the competition in third.</p>
USA's Boyd Martin and On Cue came from behind to capture the inaugural Maryland 5 Star at Fair Hill's CCI5*-L. He and the 15-year-old Anglo European mare entered the show-jumping phase in third place but leapfrogged to the top of the leaderboard after New Zealand's Tim Price and Xavier Faer and Great Britain's Oliver Townend and Cooley Master Class each had a rail down. Townend finished in second and Price finished in third.
In the CCI3*-L, Kurt Agardy Martin (USA) and D.A. Lifetime maintained their lead to win the competition. U.S. rider Hannah Sue Burnett and Carsonstown moved up two places to finish in second and Townend riding Ulises jumped four places from cross-country to finish in third place overall.
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