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Eventing

Eventing consists of three days, each dedicated to one style of riding. The first day, is dedicated to dressage. The second is dedicated to cross country. The third day is dedicated to show jumping.

Famous Eventers and their horses

Great Britain - In the 2016 Olympics, the Great Britain team only received a Silver medal for team jumping.

William Fox-Pitt - Started eventing at the age of 15, and won the silver medal at the Junior Europeans in 1987, young rider team gold in European championships in 1988 and 89. He won silver in 2012, team silver in 2004, team bronze in 2008, and team silver; individual bronze at the World Equestrian Games in 2002.

Chilli Morning - Born in 2000, a 16.3 hh DSP certified Liver Chestnut Stallion.

William Fox-Pitt and Chilli Morning

Germany - In the 2016 Olympics, Germany clutched a Bronze medal in team jumping, Gold in team Dressage, and Silver in team eventing.

Micheal Jung - Started competing at the age of 8. Won the German National Junior Championship in 1999, marking the beginning of his eventing career. Third place at the European championships in 2009, and overall World Cup winners in 2009, Gold at the World Championships in 2010, and an individual and team gold medal at the 2012 Olympics. Won the individual silver and team gold at the World Equestrian Games in 2014. He has also won the Land Rover Kentucky Three Day event 3 times, back-to-back.

Sam FBW - Born in 2000, a DSP certified Bay gelding.

Michael Jung and Sam FBW

United States - In the 2016 Olympics, The Untied States clutched the Silver medal in team jumping and Bronze in team dressage.

Kent Farrington - Began riding at the age of 8. At the age of 18, he gained his first Gold medal at the North American Young Riders International competition in 1999. Received a team silver medal at the 2016 Olympics. Kent has also won the Royal Windsor Horse Show twice, in 2015 and 2016.

Voyeur - Born in 2002, KWPN certified bay gelding.

Kent Farrington and Voyeur