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June 7, 2013

Bone Bruise Keeps Ballynoe Castle RM Out Of Competition

Ballynoe Castle RM, the horse Buck Davidson rode to the top U.S. spot at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** in April, will miss the CHIO Aachen (Germany) and likely the rest of the season after sustaining a bone bruise.

“He was in the stall the other day laying down taking his afternoon nap, which he normally does. When he got up, he held his hind leg up. He walked out kind of funny, and when we trotted him, he was lame,” said Davidson.

May 26, 2013

Levett Claims Saumur Title, Faudree Finishes Fifth

Saumur, France—May 26     

Australian Bill Levett was one of only three riders to jump clear in show jumping, earning the Saumur CCI*** win aboard Shannondale Titan by finishing on his dressage score over French riders Nicolas Touzaint on Lesbos and Arnaud Boiteau on Quoriano ‘ENE HN.’ 

The three U.S. riders, Will Faudree, Marilyn Little and Hannah Burnett, had two down apiece to place fifth, eighth and 26th, respectively.

May 25, 2013

Levett Leads, Faudree Moves Up At Saumur

Saumur, France—May 25  

Australian rider Bill Levett took over the Saumur CCI*** lead on three-star first timer Shannondale Titan when dressage winner Kitty King had the misfortune to fall at the last fence on Pierre Michelet’s cross-country course with Zidante.

For the U.S. contingent, Will Faudree maintained the best position, moving up to fourth with Jennifer Mosing’s Andromaque behind French rider Nicolas Touzaint on Lesbos and Great Britain’s Oliver Townend on Black Tie.

May 24, 2013

King Takes Saumur Lead, Faudree Best-Placed U.S. Rider

Saumur, France—May 24

Great Britain’s Kitty King laid down the best test of the day with Zidante on 41.8 to lead the Saumur CCI*** in France, but the U.S. contingent showed strong competition, with Friday’s riders, Will Faudree and Buck Davidson, producing solid efforts. They head into cross-country in eighth and 12th places, respectively.

“I’m very happy,” said King. “She did a lovely test, and she was very ridable. She stayed very onside and was really trying and lifting throughout the test.”

May 12, 2013

It’s A Big Money Omega Alpha Weekend Update For Minikus At Old Salem

Todd Minikus and Uruguay took home the top check in the feature class of the first week of the Old Salem Spring Horse Show by winning the $50,000 Old Salem Farm Grand Prix on May 12 in North Salem, N.Y., over Darragh Kerins of Ireland on E-Muze Yek and Christine McCrea with Romantovich Take One.

April 28, 2013

Nicholson Forces A Showdown With Rolex Kentucky Win

April 28—Lexington, Ky.

When the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton CCI**** (England) was canceled last year due to rain, excitement about the possibility of two Rolex Grand Slam contenders started to build.

April 27, 2013

Nicholson Makes Child’s Play Of Rolex Kentucky Cross-Country

April 27—Lexington, Ky.

What’s better than being in the lead after cross-country at Rolex Kentucky? Sitting in first and second with a rail in hand—the position that New Zealand’s Andrew Nicholson took over after jumping double clears on Quimbo (38.0) and Calico Joe (40.8).

April 26, 2013

Fox-Pitt Right On Track At Rolex Kentucky

April 26—Lexington, Ky.

Great Britain’s William Fox-Pitt found himself in a familiar position at the conclusion of dressage at Rolex Kentucky, as he took over the lead with Chilli Morning (33.3) ahead of Andrew Nicholson of New Zealand on Quimbo (38.0) and Calico Joe (40.8).

April 25, 2013

Nicholson Leads; Brannigan Gets Reprieve At Rolex Kentucky

April 25—Lexington, Ky.      

New Zealand’s Andrew Nicholson rode into the lead after the first day of dressage aboard Calico Joe (40.8) ahead of Becky Holder on Can’t Fire Me (44.2) and Canadian rider Shandiss McDonald on Rockfield Grant Juan (45.7). But the buzz at the Kentucky Horse Park was all about Jennie Brannigan, whose Cambalda broke loose from his groom early this morning and took a nasty tumble on the road.

April 7, 2013

Ward Wrangles Another American Invitational Win In April 8 Omega Alpha Weekend Wrap-Up

Olympic veteran battled Olympic rookie in an exciting race for the top check in the $200,000 Gene Mische American Invitational on April 6 in Tampa, Fla. In the end, experience won out as McLain Ward sped through the timers the fastest aboard Sagamore Farm’s Rothchild, beating out his 2012 Olympic teammate 18-year-old Reed Kessler on Mika.

New Zealand’s Sharn Wordley and Derly Chin de Muze were the third-placed finishers for the evening, taking the honors with only 1 time fault added to their first round effort.

Watch Ward's first round, courtesy of Shownet.

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