Khaled al-Eid of Saudia Arabia, who led 
the individual standings, raised his hands after riding Presley Boy in the individual jumping qualification and final team 
competition. Saudi Arabia was in sixth place at the end of Tuesday's competition.
Khaled al-Eid of Saudia Arabia, who led the individual standings, raised his hands after riding Presley Boy in the individual jumping qualification and final team competition. Saudi Arabia was in sixth place at the end of Tuesday's competition.
Khaled al-Eid of Saudia Arabia, who led the individual standings, raised his hands after riding Presley Boy in the individual jumping qualification and final team competition. Saudi Arabia was in sixth place at the end of Tuesday's competition.

U.S. falls to third in WEG show jumping

October 06, 2010 12:00 AM

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