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    High hopes for world number two ranked Kiwi Tim Price heading into the five star Kentucky Horse Trials in the United States starting tomorrow

    High hopes for world number two ranked Kiwi Tim Price heading into the five star Kentucky Horse Trials in the United States starting tomorrow


    With the cancellation of Badminton, Kentucky is the main event for the world's top riders heading into the Tokyo Olympics.

    Tim Price, wife Jonelle and Jesse Campbell are the three UK based riders who have crossed the Atlantic.

    Price says he has quality horses.



    It snowed this morning in Kentucky but it is expected to clear for the first day of dressage tomorrow.







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