The competitors are ready for a spirited competition starting with Combined Driving dressage on Thursday & Friday. On Saturday, the drivers take part in the always exciting marathon. Each driver tries to maneuver their horse or horses through a complex pattern of obstacles in the quickest time possible. The final phase of Combined Driving is the cones course on Sunday. Drivers must perform designated patterns through cones, or pylons, in the fastest time possible and without knocking down any of the pylons. Seven U.S. Equestrian national champions will be crowned on March 18.
The Show Jumping portion of the event starts on Friday with classes through Sunday. Live Oak International’s show jumping feature is the $100,000 Longines World Cup™ Qualifier on Sunday. The event is the final leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League.
Live Oak International runs throughout the weekend and results are updated on a regular basis.
Check in often to get the latest Combined Driving and Show Jumping results!