World Cup Finals: What happens in ‘s-Hertogenbosch…
HN knew better than to send Wylie anywhere near Amsterdam on 4/20 weekend, so we had to get our World Cup coverage elsewhere. Luckily, COTH was on it like sticky on green.
When she wasn’t eating Bosche Bolls, “a decadent softball-sized pastry filled with whipped cream and coated in chocolate,” Chronicle dressage buff Lisa Slade was covering the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final. Dutch rider Adelinde Cornelissen, riding Jerich Parzival, clinched the win with a freestyle score of 85.21. Check out Lisa’s coverage here.
Meanwhile, Molly Sorge was on show-jumping duty. Rich Fellers, aboard the nimble, zoom-y Flexible, earned the honor of being the first U.S. rider in 25 years to win the Rolex FEI World Cup Final. You can read Molly’s report here.
Honorable mention goes to Lisa’s coverage of the trade show. Holy bling-bling–feast your eyes here.
Bosche Boll: I want.
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