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Eugenio Garza and Armani SL Z

The atmosphere at the Kentucky Horse Park was electric on Friday night as fans came out to watch the $35,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic CSI3* as part of the Kentucky Spring Classic Horse Show.

Alma Bjorklund on S.I.E.C. Contessina

Alma Bjorklund and her own S.I.E.C. Contessina sped past the competition in Friday's High Junior/Amateur-Owner speed class during the Kentucky Spring Classic. Out of 33 total entries, Alma was one of only four riders able to navigate the speed course without accruing any faults.

Jeff Gogul

Donning a commemorative blue ribbon on his hunt coat, Jeff Gogul earned another blue ribbon, piloting Sofia Roberts, LLC's Snowbird to win the $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby sponsored by the World Equestrian Center and Kentucky Horse Shows, LLC.

Emma Kurtz and Dedication end the Kentucky Spring Classic with the Grand Junior Hunter Championship title. Photo Courtesy of Shawn McMillen Photography

On the final day of the Kentucky Spring Classic, talented junior rider Emma Kurtz claimed the Large Junior Hunter division championship as well as the Grand Junior Hunter Champion title aboard Dr. Betsee Parker's Dedication.

Santiago Lambre on D'Artagnan

The Kentucky Spring Classic came to a close today with a full day of Grand Prix show jumping action in the Rolex Stadium.

Green Hunter

Returning for the first day of the Kentucky Spring Classic just a few short days after Mother's Day, Kelley Farmer produced two wins aboard her mother's gelding, It's Me, as Bibby Farmer looked on.

Richie Maloney, Welcome Speed

The Kentucky Spring Classic kicked off its international competition at the Kentucky Horse Park with the $35,000 Welcome Speed Stake CSI3*. The class tested 46 athletes over a single round speed course designed by Bernardo Costa Cabral of Portugal.

Brad Wolf aboard Libretto

Receiving a perfect score and winning all five classes in the Amateur-Owner Hunter 3'3 36+ division, Brad Wolf and Libretto were the uncontested champions Saturday afternoon at the Kentucky Horse Show.

Hollow Creek Grand Prix and Eric Navet

The French flag was flying proudly over the Rolex Arena on Saturday night as Eric Navet and Catypso were victorious in the $130,000 CSI3* Grand Prix presented by Hollow Creek Farm. The pair, who have traveled to Kentucky from their home in California, bested a field of 51 athletes to take home the top prize after a double clear effort.

Private Life

As hunter competition continued into day two at the Kentucky Spring Horse Show, Scott Stewart proved to be his biggest competition, tying with two mounts scoring 56 for the Grand Open Hunter Championship.