Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous began their weekend in the CCI4*-S at the 2021 Red Hills International Horse Trials with a strong performance in dressage and added two clean jumping phases to finish on their dressage score of 22.4 and take home the blue ribbon.
Show Jumping day at Red Hills International Horse Trials in Tallahassee, Florida shuffled the leaderboard, but not the leaders in any of the FEI divisions.
Demonstrating a commitment to safety, Red Hills International Horse Trials has built 18 frangible jumps for its six levels of cross-country courses. Michael Etherington-Smith designed the CCI4*-S and Advanced courses and David O’Connor designed the CCI3*-S, CCI2*-S, Intermediate, and Preliminary courses.
Red Hills International Horse Trials, the first FEI competition of 2021, is off to a good start with an exciting day of dressage. The first phase of the three-day competition began at 8:00 a.m. today in Tallahassee, Florida with the CCI4*-S level riding for judges Peter Gray and Jane Hamlin (USA).
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The first FEI competition of the 2021 U.S. eventing season is upon us at Elinor Klapp Phipps Park in Tallahassee Florida at the 23rd annual Red Hills International Horse Trials. As in years past, the event will offer CCI2*-S, CCI3*-S, and CCI4*-S international divisions and Preliminary, Intermediate, and Advanced horse trials divisions.
Just seven pairs managed to put in double clear rounds on Chris Barnard’s CCI4*-S show jumping course today. While the time didn’t prove difficult to make for most, Barnard’s course shook up the leaderboard with some of the top contenders taking down multiple rails.
All 26 horses that completed Michael Etherington-Smith's CCI4*-S cross-country course yesterday presented at the final horse inspection this morning. The ground jury consisting of Robert Stevenson (USA) and Judy Hancock (GBR) accepted all but one horse.
Twenty-eight horses set out on Michael Etherington-Smith’s CCI4*-S cross-country course today, and time was the biggest factor of the day. Only two of the pairs had jumping faults, but every single pair incurred time penalties, with the fastest ride of the day moving up 17 places to take the lead.
“This sport is a journey. You’re always working on making your horses a little better, and that’s all you can do,” said Sharon White who completed dressage in a tie for first place at the Red Hills International Horse Trials today.
The 22nd Red Hills International Horse Trials are taking place this weekend at Elinor Klapp Phipps Park in Tallahassee, Florida. Red Hills International marks the start of the 2020 FEI eventing season in the United States, with Red Hills hosting CCI2*-S, CCI3*-S, and CCI4*-S divisions alongside Preliminary, Intermediate, and Advanced horse trials divisions.