The U.S. reining team — Tim McQuay, left, Craig Schmersal, Tom McCutcheon and Shawn Flarida — celebrated their gold medal at the awards ceremony for the reining competition. 
The U.S. team chef d' equipe Jeff Petska cradled the trophy in his arm. Stefano Massignan, far right, is a member of the bronze medal Italian team. The Belgian team won the silver medal.
The U.S. reining team — Tim McQuay, left, Craig Schmersal, Tom McCutcheon and Shawn Flarida — celebrated their gold medal at the awards ceremony for the reining competition. The U.S. team chef d' equipe Jeff Petska cradled the trophy in his arm. Stefano Massignan, far right, is a member of the bronze medal Italian team. The Belgian team won the silver medal.
The U.S. reining team — Tim McQuay, left, Craig Schmersal, Tom McCutcheon and Shawn Flarida — celebrated their gold medal at the awards ceremony for the reining competition. The U.S. team chef d' equipe Jeff Petska cradled the trophy in his arm. Stefano Massignan, far right, is a member of the bronze medal Italian team. The Belgian team won the silver medal.

U.S. wins team reining competition

September 27, 2010 12:00 AM

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