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Lauren Hough and Quick Study compete for the United States of America in the final round of the $75,000 FEI Nations Cup, an Olympics-style show jumping event, on Friday night, Feb. 28, 2009, during the Winter Equestrian festival in Wellington, Fla. Canada won the eight-nation, two-round competition before the first sellout (8,000) at the recently-renovated Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Canada edged Ireland and Great Britain (tie) for the blue ribbons, followed by the United States. Also competing were teams from Argentina, France, Mexico and Venezuela. Thousands of cheering, flag-waving fans packed the International Arena at the WEF grounds for the Nations Cup, reportedly the oldest and most prestigious team show jumping competition in the world. Photo by Bob Markey II
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Lauren Hough and Quick Study compete for the United States of America in the final round of the $75,000 FEI Nations Cup, an Olympics-style show jumping event, on Friday night, Feb. 28, 2009, during the Winter Equestrian festival in Wellington, Fla. Canada won the eight-nation, two-round competition before the first sellout (8,000) at the recently-renovated Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Canada edged Ireland and Great Britain (tie) for the blue ribbons, followed by the United...
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