After an action-packed cross-country day, Oliver Townend remains atop the pack, while Boyd Martin moves into second.
Highlights from the second day of dressage at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Mars Equestrian.
Last year's winner of the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, Oliver Townend of Great Britain, once again found himself at the top of the leaderboard heading into cross-country day.
Legendary eventing trainer Jim Wofford shares his thoughts on today's dressage rides and who to watch for on Friday.
Legendary eventing trainer Jim Wofford shares his thoughts on this year's riders competing at the Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*.
After the first horse inspection this afternoon, forty-one horses will move on to compete at this year's Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*.
Sara Gumbiner and her longtime partner Polaris are gearing up for their second trip to the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Find out more about this hard-working rising star and her quirky, but talented, Irish Sport Horse.
Canadian Colleen Loach is making her plans for this year's Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Find out more about this hard-working Olympic eventer and her partnership with the very special Qorry Blue d'Argouges.
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.
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.
Where will Marilyn Little be sitting at the press conference for the top three after cross-country at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event—or will she be there at all? What does a win in the dressage phase of the Western Hemisphere’s only 4-star event really mean?
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?
Jim Wofford shares his thoughts about this year’s cross-country course, which he thinks is the hardest, but best course Derek di Grazia has ever designed.
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.
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.