Farrington claims first World Cup win of the season.

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The CSI4*-W Lexington was one of the many major show-jumping events taking place over the weekend and staged the fourth leg of the FEI World Cup for the North American League.
It was a day to remember for Kent Farrington who rode to victory on home soil and claimed his first win of the World Cup season with his KWPN mount Voyeur (Tolano van’T Riethof).
In second place we find another American in the form of Laura Kraut with Deauville S while Belgian rider Olivier Philippaerts with H&M Challenge vd Begijnakker (Chellano Z) took third place to end hopes of a US clean sweep of the podium.
SEE HERE for more: http://eventcontent.hippoonline.de/1087/sta_erg/255_ergENG.htm?style=longines
Leading the overall standings after the latest leg is Jack Towell on 50 points. Following behind we find Chile’s Samuel Parot (40 points) in second and Quentin Judge (36 points) in third. Click here for more: http://eventcontent.hippoonline.de/1087/docs/Longines_FEI_World_Cup_NAL_EC_standings_after_Lexington_2015.pdf
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