Wellington, Fla.—Jan. 19
It’s not often you see 119 entries in a grand prix, but that’s how many showed up on the start list for the $35,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round 2. So, awarded two sets of ribbons in the class, running it as a California split. So, at the end of the class, both Guatemala's Alvaro Tejada on Agroprosa's Voltaral Palo Blanco and Ireland's Daniel Coyle on Ariel and Susan Grange's Cita got to take a victory gallop.