I realize we’re two days late in reporting from Rolex but I hope you’ll still enjoy seeing some more photos we took while ringside on Sunday. The crowd was fired up and it was an electric environment- everyone cheered after each clear round or clear effort over the triple combination.
Capt. Geoff Curran had 8 faults on The Jump Jet.
Here is Napalm and Ian Roberts, who finished just inside the top 20.
This is Kyle Carter and Madison Park. They had 4 faults to finish 13th.
Phillip Dutton and Woodburn went double clear and finished second.
Kim Severson came into the stadium round in second but unfortunately had a refusal and rails down to knock them out of the placings.
And the winner… British rider WIlliam Fox-Pitt claimed his first Rolex title after 6 trips to Kentucky. He lead the competition from start to finish, with a dressage score of 42.8 and no faults in cross-country or stadium jumping.