Photo via Equestrian Sports New Zealand.

It’s flashback … Sunday, I guess. As we usher in the week of the 2022 FEI Eventing World Championships, it seems fitting to share this photo of the 1998 New Zealand eventing team who won gold the last time Pratoni hosted eventing for the World Championships. This motley crew was made up of a young Blyth Tait (middle left) who won individual gold, Vaughn Jefferis (middle right) who finished fourth, Sir Mark Todd (far right) who won individual silver, and Sally Clark (not pictured). Andrew Nicholson (far left) also represented New Zealand individually and finished 5th.

Will history repeat itself and will New Zealand bring home the gold in Pratoni again? We’re going to find out this week!

U.S. Weekend Action

CDCTA Fall H.T. (Berryville, VA): [Website] [Entries] [Ride Times] [Volunteer]

Chardon Valley H.T. (Decatur, MI): [Website] [Entries/Ride Times/Scoring]

Five Points H.T. (Raeford, NC): [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Scoring] [Volunteer]

Flora Lea Fall H.T. (Medford, N): [Website] [Entry Status] [Ride Times] [Scoring]

GMHA September H.T. & Area I Championships (South Woodstock, VT): [Website] [Entries] [Scoring] [Volunteer]

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