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Day two at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials at Burghley House, Stamford in Lincolnshire, England, wrapped up the dressage test on Friday, as a talented international field performed in front of the judging panel of Christian Landolt, Ernst Topp, and Angela Tucker. With three U.S. riders completing their tests Thursday, Hannah Sue Burnett (The Plains, Va.) was the final American to perform her test with Jacqueline Mars' Harbour Pilot. The Karen E.
Jordan Linstedt has found herself in a familiar situation at the Aspen Farms Horse Trials. She and Revitavet Capato currently lead the pack in the Advanced division as part of the Adequan USEA Gold Cup/PRO Tour Series on a 32.7, which must feel like déjà vu since they dominated the division last year as well.
Lexington, Ky. - The first day of dressage began at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials on Thursday at Burghley House, Stamford in Lincolnshire, England, with the first batch of U.S. riders coming down the centerline. In the CCI4*, a talented international field performed their tests in front of the judging panel of Christian Landolt, Ernst Topp, and Angela Tucker. Allison Springer (Upperville, Va.) and Arthur had a stellar dressage test, earning a 41.2 and putting them in third place, just one point behind the first-place score.
Karen O'Connor reviews the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games eventing competition and explains what is now required for the U.S. to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
In early August, Cedar Ridge Farm hosted their sixth annual Young and Future Event Horse competitions in Athens, Ga. This year, Cedar Ridge also offered the New Event Horse division, and the number of competitors continued to rise as it has every year.
Cedar Ridge Farm hosted a total of 50 competitors with 24 yearlings through three-year-olds in the Future Event Horse class, 8 in the New Event Horse class, and 18 in the Young Event Horse class.
Applications for six candidates have been submitted for the position of FEI President: Pierre Genecand (SUI), Ulf Helgstrand (DEN), John McEwen (GBR), Javier Revuelta del Peral (ESP), Pierre Durand (FRA) and Ingmar De Vos (BEL).
Sam Watson of Team IRE gave USEventing.com reporter Darlene Ricker an exclusive, fence-by-fence analysis of tomorrow’s cross-country course. For reference, check out Horse & Hound's virtual course walk or the course map here!