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JUL-AUG 2017

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slmag.net 51 best. But, of course there is pressure because I want to be good enough for my horse, and after that it's good for me to start to put pressure on (Jung). I think to try to beat such a rider you have to be 100 percent all the time. All this week my horse was 100 percent, but I was maybe only 90 percent in dressage. But after that I have no regrets." ird-place finisher Tindall, 35, of Gloucestershire, England, came into the 2017 event with expectations in check following a trying trip two years ago when an injury in the stable prevented her from even starting the competition. "I'm obviously very lucky to come back and very thankful to my owner and to Land Rover and Rolex to be able to come back," she said. "It's great to be sitting up here with these guys. My horse was fantastic all the way through the competition –he jumped great today. The Kentucky Three-Day Event is the nation's premier Three-Day Event and one of the most prestigious equestrian competitions in the world. The International Equestrian Federation (FEI), the world's governing body of equestrian sports, has designated the Kentucky Three-Day Event as a 'Four Star' eventing competition, the highest designation, which is given only to the Olympic Games, World Championships, and six annual events around the world. "Rolex Kentucky" is the only Four-Star event in the Western Hemisphere and is part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing. sl

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