The jump-off of the $100,000 Budweiser Grand Prix of Devon looked as if it would be quite a speed duel, but in the end, it was the only clean round that won it. Darragh Kerins—going last of a five-horse jump-off, knew what he had to do.
“I hated going into that situation. There were two big oxers to roll back to and I was just afraid of making a mistake,” Kerins said. But he was flawless on Night Train and jumped to a second clean round with a careful, deliberate go in 53.16 seconds.