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So far this morning, Texas competitors have been dominating in the Training divisions which show jumped to crown the 2014 champions.Heather Morris, of Lewisville, Texas didn’t have to travel far to win a Champion title in the Training Horse division. She rode Elizabeth Radar’s Russell to a win after adding nothing to their dressage score of 30.0. Beau Guimond had been leading the division until the show jumping, where he and Filibuster ST dropped an unlucky rail. They finished second.
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Buck Davidson and Ann Clements’ promising 7-year-old, Quasar, made easy work of Captain Mark Phillips’ Intermediate championship cross-country course today at the 2014 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships, presented by VTO Saddlery. They maintained their overnight lead (30.4) after dressage atop the field of 32 competitors, and are followed in placing by Elisa Wallace and Rosemarie Spillane’s Corteo (31.7).
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