three-day event


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three-day event

a competition in the pleasure horse sport comprising usually one day each for dressage, cross country and show jumping.
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The Australians were preceded as Olympic three-day event champions in 1956 by a British team that included Frank Weldon, who twice won the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at Sandown, and Bertie Hill.
Yogi Breisner was a member of Sweden's three-day event team in Los Angeles in 1984 and Henrietta Knight was the chairman of selectors of Britain's three-day event team in Seoul in 1988.
A statement from the United States Equestrian Federation and the Florida Horse Park said: "We regret to report that Eleanor Brennan died as a result of injuries sustained in a fall on cross-country at the Florida International Three-Day Event and Ocala Fall Horse Trials in Ocala, Florida.
The organizer of the event said that three-day event would attract a large number of visitors from twin cities.
Summary: DUBAI - Aluminium Middle East 2013, concluded recently in Dubai with several trade exhibitors closing high-value deals during the three-day event held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Zara, the Queen's granddaughter, will today compete in the dressage section of the international three-day event.
The three-day event brought in nearly 1,500 exhibitors, with 56 international exhibitors from 16 countries.
The three-day event could also be scrapped but Princess Anne is fighting to save it.
As testament to the firm's support of the arts, Zich was honored in February at the Queens Museum by the Queens Council on the Arts for his support of ArtFrenzy, a three-day event held last spring, with live performances, a film festival and open studios and galleries, sponsored by the arts organization and the Long Island City Business Development Corporation.