May 19, 2018

Through The Lens: 2018 Jersey Fresh International

By Jessica Duffy - USEA Staff
Phillip Dutton and Dr. Kevin Keane's Sportsfield Candy jumped a clear round in the Jersey Fresh International CIC3* to finish second. USEA/Jessica Duffy Photo.

The weekend started out with bright sunshine and ended with a downpour, but even that couldn't dampen the spirits of the riders at the 2018 Jersey Fresh International Three-Day Event. The 139 starters enjoyed four full days of exciting competition at the Horse Park of New Jersey, which this year debuted revamped footing in the grand prix arena and 10 new cross-country three-star fences thanks to the generosity of B.W. Furlong & Associates. Did you miss any of the USEA's coverage from the weekend? Click here to catch up, and then revisit the weekend through our lens.

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