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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In the 1960 three-day event won by Australia, he finished ninth in the individual competition and sixth as a member of the Irish team.
Due in part to the success and proven organization of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, the Kentucky Horse Park was chosen as the site for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in 2010.
London has enough problems without having to pay to stage archaic so-called sports like the modern pentathlon and three-day event.
The horse was making his three-day event debut and did so in style, jumping a great clear crosscountry with just 0.
The Forbes CEO Middle East Forum hosted by Qatari Diar promises to deliver relevant, top-quality intelligence in a three-day event that will be covered by the world's key business and financial media.
4 time penalties and just one show jump down on the final day left the pair in 20th spot in what was only Another Ben's second three-day event.
Senior alliance executives and experts will share strategies on how to drive, manage, and increase your alliance success rate over the course of this three-day event.
The 19-year-old Stratford rider has been short listed for the British teams at boh the Young Rider European three-day event Championship in Sweden and the Rural Riders CIC European Event Championships in Germany.
During the three-day event that concluded Sunday at William Woollett Jr.
The three-day event will take place at the Henry B.
JP, who was the lone Warwickshire rider at the Mitsubishi Motors-Badminton three-day event earlier this month, has two rides.
About 20 students will leave Wednesday for Atlanta where their robot, Waldo, will compete against those from 340 other teams from around the country during the three-day event.