RECAP: Second Day of Showjumping at the WEG Does Not Dissapoint

Whew…the second day of showjumping at the World Equestrian Games left me exhausted. What a tough track that left many with rails or time faults at the end of the day. Thanks to clear rounds by student and teacher pair, McLain Ward and Adrienne Sternlicht, the United States currently sits in silver medal position for team standings. Ward also goes into day three in the silver medal position as an individual. Anything can happen, however, so I think it is safe to say I am going to be on the edge of my seat today and tomorrow.

Check out our social media roundup that recaps all of the excitement the second day held and prepare yourself for what is to come with day three…

McLain Ward delivers a clear round with just a single time fault to move into silver medal position at Tryon2018! We caught up with him after his ride to hear how it went ⬇️

Posted by USA Jumping on Thursday, September 20, 2018

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@ericlamaze flying over the open water 🚀

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A stellar day for #USAJumping at the FEI World Equestrian Games Tryon2018 as the NetJets 🇺🇸 Jumping Team sits in…

Posted by USA Jumping on Thursday, September 20, 2018