Sharon White was over the moon with her double-clear cross-country round with Cooley On Show at #KY3Day18.
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.
As expected, three-time Kentucky winner Michael Jung is at the top of the heap with one more day of dressage to go.
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.
Canadian Hawley Bennett-Awad is back at the Kentucky Three-Day Event for her second consecutive year with her 14-year-old mare Jollybo. The pair finished 12th in last year’s competition and are hoping to land in the top 10 this year.
Photos from the first horse inspection at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington, KY.