A wrap-up of the action at Tryon Fall 1; Minikus and his mare make a triumphant return after a fall that paused the mare’s competition season.
Tryon International Equestrian Center will host a new eventing competition Nov. 12-15 - the only CCI4*-L competition on the East Coast for 2020.
Colvin bests a nine-horse jump-off over Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Almighty, winners of Friday's Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake.
Canadian Harold Chopping and Halston dominated the $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby at TIEC during the Tryon August 1 tournament.
Despite the limited number of Canadians showing at the North Carolina venue, they still earned some good placings as the Summer Series wrapped up.
Competitors praise newly re-engineered footing in Tryon Stadium as shows are currently closed to spectators with free live streaming available.
Hunter/jumper highlights from the 5th week of competition include Canadian Harold Chopping and Firoza S being named 1.20m Open Jumper reserve champs.
VanderVeen and 'Frosty' used both lightning speed and tight turns to their advantage in the 10-horse jump-off to add to their FEI wins at the venue.
A large class of 65 were whittled down to 14 in the jump-off over the Guilherme Jorge-designed track at Tryon International Equestrian Center.
Todd Minikus and Calvalou take the Sunday feature, David O’Brien and Maldonado SCF win the $6,000 Speed Stake CSI 3*, plus hunter and jumper highlights.