Land Rover, the vehicle sponsor for the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event and the U.S. Equestrian Foundation, rented a set of six tailgating spots, which were outfitted with chairs, sun unbrellas and gourmet food arranged in the back of six Range Rover and Land Rover vehicles. The company was using the space as hospitality for Land Rover owners and customers Saturday.
Land Rover, the vehicle sponsor for the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event and the U.S. Equestrian Foundation, rented a set of six tailgating spots, which were outfitted with chairs, sun unbrellas and gourmet food arranged in the back of six Range Rover and Land Rover vehicles. The company was using the space as hospitality for Land Rover owners and customers Saturday.
Land Rover, the vehicle sponsor for the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event and the U.S. Equestrian Foundation, rented a set of six tailgating spots, which were outfitted with chairs, sun unbrellas and gourmet food arranged in the back of six Range Rover and Land Rover vehicles. The company was using the space as hospitality for Land Rover owners and customers Saturday.

Horses and tailgating — a perfect combination at Rolex

May 01, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 04, 2012 11:51 AM

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