Sunday 21st of July 2024
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$25,000 SSG “Go Low For The Dough” Promotion Returns to Rolex

SSG Digital Gloves

 

 

The SSG “Go Low For The Dough” Contingency Bonus Prize Awards will return to the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, April 23-26, for the third straight year. SSG Gloves will have $25,000 in contingency bonus prize awards available to competitors at Kentucky and The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, September 3-6, who meet the bonus award criteria.

 

 

 

Competitors must wear SSG ‘Digital’ riding gloves during each phase of the competition in order to be eligible. A $5,000 contingency bonus prize award is offered for each phase of the competition to include:

– the leader after the completion of dressage

– the competitor who has a clear cross country round closest to optimum time after the completion of cross country

– the competitor who adds no jump or time penalties and is closest to the time allowed in the show jumping phase

 

Ties will be broken according to FEI rules. In addition, a $10,000 contingency bonus prize award will be on offer if the overall winner of the event is wearing SSG ‘Digital’ gloves in all three phases. $35,000 in SSG “Go Low For The Dough” bonus prize awards have been won in the last two years by Andrew Nicholson, New Zealand; William Fox-Pitt and Sarah Bullimore, Great Britain; and Phillip Dutton, United States 

The Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event and the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials joins an elite group of equestrian athletes sponsored by SSG Gloves including William Fox-Pitt, Pippa Funnell, Phillip Dutton, Paul Tapner, Eric Lamze and Buck Davidson.

 

For more information on SSG Gloves, please visit www.ssgridinggloves.com 

For more information on the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, please visit  www.rk3de.org 

For more information on the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, please visit www.burghley-horse.co.uk 

 

 

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