Busy day yesterday, so sorry I didn’t have a chance to post. Dressage went on without any incidents. The two rings side by side decorated with pink and white azaleas were lovely.
Because the weather forecast for the marathon indicated the chance for severe weather – rain and potentially severe thunderstorms in the afternoon, the officials decided to change the schedule, moving the start up 1/2 hour and starting the Prelim and Int. levels off at four minute intervals and the Advanced single at three minutes so that we could finish as early as possible. I’m monitoring the doppler radar as I write.
At 12:37, the last competitor has started A. Hopefully we will finish before any bad weather hits, although we just had a report of a porto-john blown over. It is very windy, but the temperatures are pleasant.
You can see the results Live Scored at http://www.drivingnews.us
The cones course is being built and will be open to walk later this afternoon.