Lisa Barry of Pittsburgh and FIS Prince Charming ran by the crowd as horses were inspected Wednesday at the Kentucky Horse Park to ensure their fitness for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. Despite its name, the event stretches over four days: dressage on Thursday and Friday, cross-country on Saturday and stadium jumping on Sunday.
Lisa Barry of Pittsburgh and FIS Prince Charming ran by the crowd as horses were inspected Wednesday at the Kentucky Horse Park to ensure their fitness for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. Despite its name, the event stretches over four days: dressage on Thursday and Friday, cross-country on Saturday and stadium jumping on Sunday. Herald-Leader
Lisa Barry of Pittsburgh and FIS Prince Charming ran by the crowd as horses were inspected Wednesday at the Kentucky Horse Park to ensure their fitness for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. Despite its name, the event stretches over four days: dressage on Thursday and Friday, cross-country on Saturday and stadium jumping on Sunday. Herald-Leader

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