29 Jan '17, 8pm

BREAKING: @RolexKentucky prize money boosted to $400,000 for 2017:

Michael Jung with his parents Joachin and Brigitte. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld. Equestrian Events, Inc., the producing company for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, has just announced that prize money for the 2017 event has been raised to $400,000 up from $350,000 in 2016. The winner’s portion of this purse will be $130,000, making it the richest CCI4* event in the world. “For more than 35 years, the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event has been an important event on the international equestrian calendar,” Lee Carter, Executive Director of Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI) said in a press release today. “We want to keep it there and continue to bring the world to Kentucky. Thanks to the loyalty of our partners, sponsors, but most of all tens of thousands of fans and spectators who travel in to enjoy equestrian sport at its best, we are able to expand our support and promote the spo...

Full article: http://eventingnation.com/rolex-kentucky-prize-money-boos...

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