Boyd Exell of Australia said his team did most of the work in their record-setting performance. "I was a bit of a passenger," he said. "I had to stop myself from chuckling." Go to Kentucky.com/wegphotos from a photo gallery of Friday's events.
Boyd Exell of Australia said his team did most of the work in their record-setting performance. "I was a bit of a passenger," he said. "I had to stop myself from chuckling." Go to Kentucky.com/wegphotos from a photo gallery of Friday's events. ALL
Boyd Exell of Australia said his team did most of the work in their record-setting performance. "I was a bit of a passenger," he said. "I had to stop myself from chuckling." Go to Kentucky.com/wegphotos from a photo gallery of Friday's events. ALL

Australian sets record in driven dressage at WEG

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