After the 2019 LRK3DE: The Best is Still to Come with Tsetserleg

Looking back on this year’s Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, I’m honestly not sure we could have done much better with Thomas. Last year he felt like a green, inexperienced horse and this year he’s a seasoned campaigner. I’ve said it before, while I don’t know that he’s always the most talented horse in the field, there’s no question he tries the hardest of any horse I know. I think the dressage this year was a good test but I think this is one area we can still improve. I think Read more...

2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event

The 2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event is under way and Tsetserleg passed the first veterinary inspection with flying colors. We've got Amber at the computer and Lisa on the ground in Kentucky making sure that Boyd's fans and sponsors have lots of great content from this year's big event! Boyd has walked the cross country course (more than a few times) and is lined up for a few autograph signings with various sponsors in the trade fair. https://kentuckythreedayevent.com/sponsor-village-map/ Here's Read more...

Friday at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event: Steady Eddie

In the second day of dressage at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, Boyd and Steady Eddie, owned by George and Gretchen Wintersteen, Denise Lahey and Pierre Colin, scored scored 38.8 and are in a three-way tie for 32nd place at the end of the day. Tsetserleg owned by Christine Turner, was nudged out of his second place standing with a few dynamite performances in the top tier of the competition but he is holding on to a tie for sixth place on 31.2 in his very first four-star competition. This Read more...
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