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Michael Jung and Tim Price tie for the lead as dressage concludes at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, but defending champion William Fox Pitt is right behind them
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Olympic champion Michael Jung of Germany dominated the first day of dressage at Rolex Kentucky, but a U.S. rider is in second place at America's only 4-star three-day event in Lexington.
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Michael Leon and Celano win the Grand Prix Hunter Derby at the Flintridge Spring Classic
Switzerland's Steve Guerdat enjoys a narrow victory to finally win the FEI World Cup at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas
Entertainment gets equal billing with sporting competition in Las Vegas. Show jumpers had the chance to ride cowponies and cowboys tackled the jumps during the innovative Duel in the Desert at the World Cup finals.
Britain's Charlotte Dujardin and her mount Valegro, holder of every world record and title, won the Reem Acra FEI World Cup handily and enchanted a crowd of nearly 11,000 in Las Vegas.
The race gets tighter at the Longines FEI World Cup Show Jumping finals with the USA's Rich Fellers and Switzerland's Steve Guerdat tied going into the last day of jumping.
Pas de deux offered some imaginative ideas that pleased the crowd at the FEI Dressage World Cup in Las Vegas, but there was a poignant moment when Wizard retired.
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