Upperville, Va.—June 9
The jump crew at the $75,000 Upperville Jumper Classic got quite a workout picking up poles when no horse jumped a clean first round.
When the three 4-faulters returned for the jump-off, it looked like it might be more of the same. Kyle Timm had a rail aboard Wadisson, leaving the crowd wondering if they would see a clear round at all.
But then Angel Karolyi gave the crowd what they'd been waiting for: a clean go aboard Amigo.