Show jumping took a dramatic turn at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, with the overnight leaders having a bad day as a longshot waited for his chance.
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.
Seven horses held at the first horse inspection might be a record, but in the end, all except two got the nod to start in tomorrow’s dressage phase.
Photos from the first horse inspection at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington, KY.
For 2018, Jim shares his thoughts on making your life with your horse even more beneficial to you both.
In a departure from the norm and in the spirit of Christmas Eve myths, Jim lets Prince, the talking horse, take over his column and speak his mind.
In the final segment of this series, top eventer Ryan Wood shows us how to piece together all the skills we've learned on the flat and in the arena and utilize them on the cross-country course to safely and confidently jump a corner.
An eventing professional treats his clients like part of the team.
Land Rover North America and Equestrian Events, Inc. announce title sponsorship of Kentucky Three-Day Event, extending partnership with the prestigious equestrian event with new four-year deal.