Calgary, Alberta—July 12
McLain Ward kind of shook his head and conceded that Kent Farrington was simply unbeatable in the $400,000 Pan American Cup, the last class of the Spruce Meadows summer series during the Pan American tournament.
“It was one of those rounds that Kent does where the day is over basically,” Ward said.
That’s not to say Ward didn’t try, as did fellow American powerhouse Beezie Madden. But in the end, Madden had to settle for second with Simon and Ward third aboard Rothchild as Farrington flew to the top check with Voyeur.