Boyd Martin in the lead on the first day of dressage competition at Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event [Equine]
On Thursday, April 26, Boyd Martin, from the United States, and his mount Remington XXV take the early lead in day one of the dressage competition at the Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event. They were placed first by all three judges with a score of 45.3.
Standing in second place is Karen O’Connor, also from the United States, riding Veronica with a score of 47.8.
Andrew Nicholson, of New Zealand, is in third place riding Calico Joe with a score of 48.7.
Another rider from the United States, Becky Holder, sits in fourth place riding Courageous Comet with a score of 48.8.
Day two of the dressage competition continues on Friday, April 27 starting at 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cross country phase will be on Saturday with the show jumping phase on Sunday.
For more information go to the Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event website.
Photo: Courtesy of Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event