In honor of the Kentucky Three-Day Event, we share some of our favorite critiques from cross-country day over the years
Fair Hill celebrated its 30th anniversary with thrilling cross-country rides and show jumping that offered the kind of excitement we always expect from the Maryland eventing fixture.
This German Olympic gold medalist tells clinic riders to focus on riding forward in balance—not on the distance—for a safer jump.
The Mark Phillips-designed course proved a perfect world championships test, making for a day that was both safe and exciting, although less than lucky for the U.S. team
A beautiful but challenging cross-country course made a few changes in the top of the standings, but with the final phase of competition coming up, each of the key contenders has more than a desire to win—they all have their special reasons.
Jim shares the highs and lows of the day, along with how scoring changes have made the sport more suspensful and how "The Terminator" was able to get an edge on the rest of the field.
Check out what eventing coach Jim Wofford and several of the top riders think about this year's imposing cross-country course. Is it the biggest and most technical course we've seen here in Kentucky?
As expected, three-time Kentucky winner Michael Jung is at the top of the heap with one more day of dressage to go.