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By Catherine Hunter
May 2 2018
GREEN CREEK — Languages from around the world flowed out across a grassy field glistening with dew Saturday morning.
The tense feeling of anticipation hung in the cool morning air.
“Horses!” an FEI Steward called out, as hoof beats muffled on pine needles drifts to the waiting crowd.
Sleek Arab horses with red-rimmed nostrils and steam rising from their haunches slowed to a walk, as they entered a corridor marked by white tape. Crewmembers dressed in red and yellow vests handed the riders bottles of water to pour over the horses as they walked by.
The horses did not stop as half empty bottles plopped to the ground and riders gathered their reins. Before the ground crew knew it, the horses were off again at a ground-eating trot as they headed out for the next checkpoint.
Last Saturday, 73 horses from 24 nations descended on Green Creek by way of the Tryon International Equestrian Center for the Endurance test for the World Equestrian Games...
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