Sunday’s feature class challenged a total of 21 combinations, with seven returning for the jump-off including Canada's Kim Farlinger with Kreator.
The county commissioner who gave $575,000 to Tryon and Palm Beach faced up to 20 years in jail before entering into a plea agreement.
Paul O'Shea and Squirt Gun take the $24,999 HorseLinc Grand Prix as show proceeds with new safety protocols and procedures in place.
Equestrian Sport Productions cut the ribbon on the 2020 season at a press conference held January 7 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.
In Europe the majority of the riders are still in full swing in the indoor season, but in Wellington they are about to start jumping in the sun...