The 2019 top two could repeat their results in a rematch, says H&H eventing editor Pippa Roome as she previews the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event...
The Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event (22-25 April) had a tumultuous build-up this year, with the initial decision to cancel being overturned after crowd-funding raised over $550,000 (about £400,000). Seventy-one horses from seven nations are scheduled to start – a strong starting field for the only five-star of the 2021 spring season.
So who are the key Kentucky Three-Day Event riders you need to know about?
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