Davidson Finishes Strong at Rainy RolexBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · April 27, 2015
In a competition where almost half of the original 75 starters failed to finish all three phases, Buck Davidson consistently improved his standing throughout the weekend to finish in 13th place at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.
After dressage, Davidson and Petite Flower, owned by Caroline and Sherrie Martin, held a position in the middle of the pack. Over a tough cross-country course on a cold, rainy day, the pair collected no jumping penalties and just 10.8 time faults. This effort brought the pair up to 19th place before the last day.
In the show jumping phase, Davidson had one of only eight double-clear rounds to finish 13th overall.
Davidson, who is sponsored by Kentucky Equine Research (KER), trusts KER Sport Horse Nutrition products to give his event horses the balanced energy they need to perform well over the three days of an international-level competition. These feeds are formulated with a blend of fats and carbohydrates, offering steady, manageable energy and nutrients to support efficient muscle recovery after the event is completed.