It’s been an unbelievable first few days of competition in Rio for our friends in the eventing community, and if the Eventer’s experience is any indication, this Olympic Games will be one of a kind in modern history. The designers in Rio created a formidable and decisive battle ground that both riders and statistics are showing was the hardest Olympic cross country course in the modern era. Will Olympic show jumping course designer Guilherme Jorge follow suit?
As we anticipate the beginning of competition, starting with the first inspection and trot up on Friday morning in Rio, take a stroll with us through social media as all the horses arrive for this historic occasion!
The Belgians are coming!
Roger Yves Bost came early to walk in the Opening Ceremonies with Team France!
Australia’s Amarillo, ridden by James Paterson-Robinson (not here, obviously, that’s a koala bear.)
First Outings and Rides:
And finally, a different sort of outing here for team Canada!
We’ll be bringing you social media roundups and news from Rio until the last gold medal has been won, so keep it locked on Jumper Nation!
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