Macy Beach (#14) and her horse Chasing Moonlight complete the obstacle course at the Ocala Jockey Club Triathlon. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)

In Photos: The Ocala Jockey Club Hosts Three-Day Equestrian Triathlon


The Ocala Jockey Club hosted its second annual three-day equestrian triathlon Nov. 16-19 in Reddick, Fla. The $100,000 event featured competitors from the United States, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Barbados, Ecuador and El Salvador. The Olympic-level horse competition featured three different levels: CCI* CCI2* and CIC3*. Several of the horses in the competition were in the 2016 Rio Olympics; several will return in 2020 for the Tokyo Olympics. This year, the riders’ goal was to qualify for the 2018 World Equestrian Games.

Megan Lacy, 26, prepares her booth of used saddles at the Ocala Jockey Club triathlon. Lacy is a technical advisor at Devoucoux Saddles. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Katherine Coleman, #13, competes in the CCI one star cross country event with her horse Horseware Lukeswell. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Beach and her horse Chasing Moonlight complete the water portion of the obstacle course. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Cassie Plumb, #15, competes with the horse Coco. Plumb competed in the cross-country event. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Kacilyn Lovejoy watched the cross-country event with her three children. The family shopped for equestrian supplies at the different vendor booths Saturday morning. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Colleen Rutledge, #17, competes with the horse Confidence Game. Rutledge is an international level event rider. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)


Zoe Crawford and Caroline Martin watch the triathlon at the Ocala Jockey Club. Crawford is a biology student at the University of Florida. (Savannah Edgens/WUFT News)



About Savannah Edgens

Savannah is a reporter for WUFT News who can be reached by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing

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