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WEG 2010

Rob Hinkle at the temporary stadium for driving that he and his crew built. | © 2010 by Nancy jaffer

Rob Hinkle Leads Post WEG Clean-Up at Kentucky Horse Park

Rob Hinkle, Vice President of Operations for the World Games 2010 Foundation, will spend the next few weeks supervising the dismantling of the temporary structures and general clean-up at the Kentucky Horse Park, site of WEG 2010.

2010 World Equestrian Games Week 2

View highlights from the second week of the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky., in this EquiSearch.com photo gallery.

Pedro Cebulka and Kim Tudor dance with the crowd at the WEG closing ceremony in the main stadium. | © 2010 by Nancy Jaffer

Tucker Johnson Wins Individual Driving Bronze, Team Silver at WEG 2010

Tucker Johnson won his first individual medal--the driving bronze--as well as being on the silver medal-winning U.S. driving team as the World Equestrian Games winds down with a concert by Lyle Lovett, closing ceremonies and celebrations.

U.S. Vaulting Team on Sunday | Photo by Shannon Brinkman for USEF

U.S. Wins Gold in Team Vaulting at WEG 2010

The U.S. team takes the gold medal in Team Vaulting on the final day of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

Mary McCormick earlier this week. | Photo by Shannon Brinkman for USEF.

McCormick Finishes Fourth, Griffiths Tenth After Vaulting Finals at WEG 2010

Mary McCormick finishes Fourth, Todd Griffiths places 10th in 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games' Individual Vaulting Finals.

Great Britain, Germany Share Gold in Para Dressage Freestyle at WEG 2010

Riders from Great Britain and Germany dominated the freestyle in all five grades of the Para Dressage World Championships at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

The show jumping medalists, Abdullah Al Sharbatly, Philippe Le Jeune and Eric Lamaze | ©2010 by Nancy Jaffer

Philippe Le Jeune Wins Show Jumping Gold at WEG 2010

In the 'Final Four' of the Show Jumping World Championship at the 2010 World Equestrian Games. Philippe Le Jeune rode fault-free with each horse to win the gold. Unknown Abdullah Al Sharbatly of Saudi Arabia earned the silver medal and Eric Lamaze the bronze.

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Chardon Wins Driving Marathon Despite Vandalism

Despite vandalism to his carriage just hours before, Ijsbrand Chardon wins the driving marathon. Boyd Exell leads going in to the final phase of driving at the 2010 World Equestrian Games.

Great Britain Wins Team Gold, 6 Individual Medals in Para Dressage at 2010 WEG

Great Britain takes seven team and individual para dressage medals as they head into the freestyle competition at the 2010 World Equestrian Games.

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Boyd Exell Sets World Driving Record at 2010 WEG

Australian Boyd Exell sets a world driving record in the second day of combined driving dressage. Chester Weber and Ijsbrand Chardon are tied for second place. In the jumping, McLain Ward jumps two clear rounds to tie for first place in this evening's class.

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Weber, Chardon Tie for Lead in Four-in-Hand Driving

At the end of the first day of four-in-hand driving, featuring the dressage phase, eight-time U.S. National Champion Chester Weber is tied for first place with Ijsbrand Chardon of the Netherlands. Bill Long is driving for the last time at a world championship after a long competitive career.

Mary McCormick | Photo by Shannon Brinkman for USEF.

McCormick Leads U.S. Women After Vaulting Freestyle

Mary McCormick leads the U.S. women after the vaulting freestyle at WEG 2010, Todd Griffiths leads the U.S. men.

Individual Para-Dressage Riders Compete at WEG 2010

U.S. Para-dressage riders put in solid tests in the first day of individual competition at WEG 2010.

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Germany Wins Team Jumping Gold, U.S. Drops to 10th at 2010 WEG

The U.S. show jumpers drop from third to 10th as the German team wins gold at the 2010 World Equestrian Games. Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil leads the individual field.

USA's Megan Benjamin | Photo by Shannon Brinkman for USEF

U.S. Vaulting Team Leads With High Score

The FACE team, representing the U.S. in the vaulting competition, are in first place with a high score after the first round of compulsories at the World Equestrian Games. Megan Benjamin is in third place individually.

Jennifer Alfano and Jersey Boy demonstrate the beauty of show hunters at the World Equestrian Games. | © 2010 Lauren Fisher/PMG

Jennifer Alfano, Jersey Boy Showcase Hunters at 2010 WEG

SBS Farm's Jennifer Alfano and Jersey Boy showcase hunters at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

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Germany Takes the Lead, U.S. Drops to Third in Show Jumping

The U.S. show jumping team drops to third place behind Germany and Brazil at the 2010 World Equestrian Games. In the individual show jumping, Khaled Al Eid of Saudi Arabia leads the field.

U.S. Para-Dressage Team in 10th Place

The Kentucky Equine Research U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team are in 10th place after the first day of competition in the FEI World Para Dressage Championship at the World Equestrian Games.

U.S. Vaulting Team Ready to Compete at WEG 2010

Following this morning's horse inspection, the U.S. Vaulting team, including a number of past World Equestrian Games Medalists, are ready to compete. The Compulsory round begins on Wednesday morning.

2010 World Equestrian Games Week 1

View highlights from the first week of the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Ky., in this EquiSearch.com photo gallery.

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U.S. on Top After First Day of Show Jumping at 2010 WEG

Mario Deslauriers and McLain Ward are in first and second place after the first day of show jumping at the World Equestrian Games. Unknown Sandor Szasz of Hungary stands in third place.

Jim Wofford | © Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore

WEG 2010 Diary: Jim Wofford, Part 6

Top eventing trainer Jim Wofford files his final entry from the 2010 World Equestrian Games after the eventing show jumping phase.

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Great Britain Wins Eventing Gold, U.S. Just Misses Medals at 2010 WEG

The U.S. eventing team, who had been in contention for a medal after the cross country, slipped back to fourth place behind Great Britain, Canada and New Zealand at the 2010 World Equestrian Games.

Jim Wofford | © Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore

WEG 2010 Diary: Jim Wofford, Part 5

Top eventing trainer Jim Wofford gives you a peek at what was happening behind the scenes on cross country day at the World Equestrian Games.