Wesko, with New Zealand rider Tim Price aboard, cleared footbridge fence No. 22 during the cross-country competition Saturday. The pair led the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event by 4⁄10 of a point entering Sunday after completing the course inside 11 minutes, 6 seconds.
Wesko, with New Zealand rider Tim Price aboard, cleared footbridge fence No. 22 during the cross-country competition Saturday. The pair led the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event by 4⁄10 of a point entering Sunday after completing the course inside 11 minutes, 6 seconds. Herald-Leader
Wesko, with New Zealand rider Tim Price aboard, cleared footbridge fence No. 22 during the cross-country competition Saturday. The pair led the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event by 4⁄10 of a point entering Sunday after completing the course inside 11 minutes, 6 seconds. Herald-Leader

New Zealand rider takes first place going into final day of Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event

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