Nations Cup eventing returns to the United States for the second consecutive year on July 7-9 at the Great Meadow International presented by Adequan® in The Plains, Va. Watch USEF Network’s live stream starting Friday, July 7, at 5 p.m. ET.
Here’s what you need to know about the Nations Cup:
- It’s the only FEI Nations Cup Eventing competition outside Europe.
- It’s the fifth competition in a nine-event international series that will conclude at Boekelo in the Netherlands from October 5-8.
- So far, the Nations Cup Eventing series has visited Poland, Great Britain, Ireland, and Austria.
- You can keep up with the Nations Cup Eventing team standings here.
- The CICO3* at The Plains will feature teams from the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. The Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team consists of Jennie Brannigan on Nina Gardner’s Cambalda, Buck Davidson on Sherrie Martin and Carl Segal’s Copper Beach, Phillip Dutton on Kristine and John Norton’s I’m Sew Ready, and Boyd Martin on Gretchen and George Wintersteen, Pierre Colin, and Denise Lahey’s Steady Eddie. The alternate is Lynn Symanksy on The Donner Syndicate’s Donner.
- The Canadian team includes Lisa Marie Fergusson on her own Honor Me, Selena O’Hanlon on John and Judy Rumble’s Foxwood High, Jessica Phoenix on either Don J. Good’s Pavarotti or Donald Leschied’s A Little Romance, and Waylon Roberts on Anthony Connolly and L. Skye Levely’s Kelecyn Cognac; the reserve is Holly Jacks-Smither on her own and Bruce Smither’s More Inspiration.
- The British team members are Justine Dutton on her own and Kathleen Cuca’s Jak My Style, Matthew Heath on his own and Hazel Livesey’s One of a Kind II, Emily Llewellyn on Camilla Harries’s Emirati Nightsky, and Nicky Roncoroni on Lorna McWilliam and Janey Roncoroni’s Watts Burn.
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