Apr 21, 2021

Fence-By-Fence: The #LRK3DE Cross-Country Preview

By USEA
The 2021 Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*-L cross-country course courtesy of the CrossCountry App.

On Saturday morning 65 horses will leave the start box at the 2021 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event presented by MARS to tackle Derek di Grazia's cross-country course. With 28 fences and 50 jumping efforts at 570 mpm, the horses and riders will need to be fit as they take on the highest level of the sport and the first CCI5*-L in the U.S. since 2019.

USEA CEO Rob Burk took a walk around the cross-country course as part of his volunteer role at the event and has your full fence-by-fence preview.

Be sure to check out the full preview with video commentary from di Grazia on the CrossCountry Course App as well!

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