Erin Gambrell’s horse Sampson competing at the World Cup Olympic Pentathlon in Charlotte, N.C. in mid-March. Meanwhile, Kayleigh Spicer’s horse, Socks, who she loaned out to be ridden in the event, won overall. The pentathlon was a qualifier for the Olympic team selection and included entries from 34 countries competing in five categories. Spicer later went down to Florida to show in the jumper divisions there with her horse. (photo submitted by Erin Gambrell / information by Barbara Childs)

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Local horses strong at World Cup Olympic Pentathlon

Published 4:46pm Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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