After earning a score of 52.7 in the dressage test, Phoenix, of Cannington, ON, and Exponential, her 15-year-old Canadian Thoroughbred gelding, started the cross country day in fourth place. On the final day of competition, Phoenix and Exponential headed into the show jumping round with just 1.2 penalties separating them from first place.
Jessica Phoenix on Exponential dominate the tricky 9AB at the water complex at the CCI3* Jersey Fresh Three Day Event.
Phoenix also rode Erodium, Kirk Hoppner’s 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding sired by Emillion, in the CCI3* division.
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The pair quickly moved up the leaderboard into second after being one of only two double clear trips over the extremely tricky course designed by 2011 Pan Am Games Eventing course designer, John Williams. As the second last pair to compete in the CCI3* division they pulled one unlucky rail giving them four faults with one rider left to go, frontrunner American Buck Davidson on D.A.
The pair scored 55.4 for sixth place in their dressage test, went clear the next day over cross-country but took on time faults leaving them in seventh. In show jumping, the pair took two rails and incurred eight time penalties finishing on a final score of 90.0 taking eighth place.

Admiro, who took down two rails for 8 faults giving Phoenix the win on a final score of 56.7. The pair finished on a final score of 86.2 after experiencing 16 faults in their show jumping round finishing eighth overall.

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