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Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event

"If I was older AND wiser I would have stopped riding by now!" Olympic medallist Leslie Law still loves competing (despite giving his wife heart attacks) as well as coaching up and coming young riders. So would he ride for the States?

Our favourite interview after cross country from Land Rover Kentucky 2019 was of course Piggy French!

The top three place getters after dressage at the Land Rover Kentucky Horse Trials 2019 meet the press in the end of day press conference

We love this man. Chris Desino is not only an eventing owner (the lucky man is part owner of Liz Halliday-Sharp's Deniro Z, amongst others) but also a dog rescuer!

The Rolex Kentucky Stadium stands empty under bright blue skies but there is still some fun to be had and plenty of memories to be relived!

Thanks to eventing enthusiast and stats guru Chris Kirby, check out the Track to the Top Ten for the 2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Event CCI5* and compare the stats to previous years

Australia's Ryan Wood may have withdrawn from Kentucky but he was there to support his girlfriend Lillian Heard; Samantha Clark caught up with Ryan for his thoughts on the track, impressive riders, favourite horses and Aussie representation

His face said it all - it meant a lot to Oliver Townend to win the Land Rover Kentucky CCI5* for a second time on the 'stable favourite' Cooley Master Class

With three guys like cool Kiwi Tim Price, straight- talking Yorkshire man Oliver Townend and deep-down laid-back Aussie Boyd Martin you could learn a thing or two about not stressing about what tomorrow brings

Oliver Townend still remains in the lead at Land Rover Kentucky on last year’s winner Cooley Master Class, but the course claimed some high-profile scalps leaving some wiggle room for the cross country specialists to move up the order

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