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Molly Sorge

April 18, 2008

Images Of Rolex Kentucky

Selected photographers—who have been capturing images of the Rolex Kentucky CCI for many years—share their favorites.


Karl Leck

April 18, 2008

It's The Moments That Make Rolex Kentucky Great

Each year in this magazine we publish photos of the top horses and riders from the Rolex Kentucky CCI****. We show you the glamour of the awards ceremony, the emotion of a clean stadium round, the grit and determination of a foot-perfect cross-country round.

April 18, 2008

Rock Star Headlines The Wrenwood Hunter Derby

This talented hunter and his rider, Jennifer Alfano, put on quite a show for the top check.

Inside turns and a rolling gallop don’t usually win a hunter class, but Jennifer Alfano’s daring and elegant handy hunter round put her and Rock Star on top of the $20,000 Wrenwood Farms ASG Software Solutions USHJA International Hunter Derby, April 6 in Naples, Fla.

April 18, 2008

Sapphire Storms To The Top Of The $200,000 Budweiser American Invitational

Neither rain, nor wind, nor mud can keep the unflappable mare and McLain Ward from jumping clean.

The rails came raining down as Sapphire and McLain Ward progressed around the first round of the $200,000 Budweiser American Invitational.

But it wasn’t the veteran chestnut mare toppling the timber—it was a sudden storm that blew over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., midway through Ward’s round.

April 18, 2008

Cathy Ann Savino-Kedzierski Has Found Her Way Back To Horses

Part of the Chronicle’s new social network,, she’s gotten back in the saddle.

Cathy Ann Savino-Kedzierski hadn’t had a horse for more than 17 years when the off-the-track Thoroughbred Class Always Shows came into her life in 2006.

March 21, 2008

Meet Your Olympic Show Jumping Short List Members

They're the 10 horses and riders from which the Olympic team will be named.

Laura Kraut said that “you always expect the unexpected in these trials,” and that quote rang true through the U.S. Equestrian Federation Olympic Show Jumping Selection Trials, Feb. 28-March 9 in Wellington, Fla.

March 21, 2008

The Selection Trials Found Old Favorites And New Faces

The selection trials process for U.S. Equestrian Federation championship show jumping teams has been evolving for 20 years as officials and riders try and balance the fairness of objectivity with the wisdom of subjectivity. This year, I think they’re even closer to getting it right.

March 21, 2008

U.S. Team Scores At CN U.S. Open

They take back the CN Nations Cup crown for the first time since 2003.

It had been five years since a U.S. team had won the only Nations Cup on their home turf—the $75,000 CN Nations Cup. This year, they changed all that with a decisive victory over Canada and Mexico.

March 9, 2008

Kraut Stays On Top In Round 5

At the conclusion of the five USEF Olympic Show Jumping Selection Trials there are still a few questions to be answered. 

March 7, 2008

Selection Trial #4 Puts Kraut And The Simpsons Firmly In Front

At this stage of the U.S. Equestrian Federation Show Jumping Olympic Selection Trials, it’s all about endurance.  In Trials 1 and 2, the horses showed their scope, power, carefulness and ability.  Now, it’s all about maintaining clear round-jumping over grueling courses over and over.

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