Find out who managed the three clears inside the time today at Kentucky and who crashed out.
By Nancy Jaffer
Everyone expected the five-star cross-country course for the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event to be tough, but the reshuffling it provided today (24 April) made a dramatic difference in the standings. Two-time Kentucky winner Oliver Townend of Great Britain rose to first in the Kentucky Three-Day Event 2021 cross-country results after being fifth in dressage with Ballaghmor Class, adding just 0.8 of a time-penalty to bring his total to 27.3.
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