After the first horse inspection all 46 horses presented will advance. Only Emily Beshear’s Here’s to You did not present.
This year’s jog trends included long jackets, military inspired outerwear, scarves, and brightly colored pants.
Our best dressed award goes to Catilin Silliman. Caitlin looked adorable in her punchy red pants, classic top, and headband. Way to go Caitlin!
Our number two ranking goes to Boyd Martin who donned a beret (possibly channeling his London 2012 jog uniform).
Buck paired an impeccably tailored suit with his trademark red socks and winning smile to take number three on the best dressed list.
Alexandra Knowles and Last Call rocked their way to number four on the best dressed list in a gorgeous Dubarry jacket.
Irishman Austin O’Connor looked sharp in a well fitted navy suit to rank fifth on our best dressed list.
The number six ranking goes to Kendal Lehari, who braved the damp and chill to wear a leg baring skirt and lovely jacket.
Showing off fitted white pants and a trendy black military inspired trench Kristin Schmolze and Ballylaffin Bracken show off their Five Star Bridle and collect seventh place on our best dressed list.
Jessica Phoenix and Exponential prove that the neutral colors can still land you in the top ten, trotting their way to the eighth position.
Coming in ninth on our best dressed list is Madeline Blackman in a very military inspired jacket and hat.
Pairing a pop of color with a well fitted jacket Shandiss McDonald collect number ten on our best dressed list.
An honorable mention to the ground jury for managing to stay smartly dressed and warm at the first trot up.