As noted above, it was a glorious day on the marathon course today … blue skies, sun, cool temps and breezes.

I’m still sorting through photos and will post some later this evening. In the meantime, though, here are the results after today.

In the preliminary-level single pony class: Dona Love won the marathon, Paul Maye came in second, and Beverly Patrick came in third. Overall, Paul Maye is still in the lead, followed by Dona Love in second and Suzi Dixon in third.

In the preliminary-level pony pair class: Wendy O’Brien won the marathon (even though she had already been eliminated from the overall competition during the dressage phase), Boots Wright came in second, and Meghan Benge came in third. Overall, Boots Wright is still in the lead, followed by Meghan Benge in second and Irene Gillis in third.

In the preliminary-level single horse class: Francois Fleury won the marathon, Dean Lacey came in second, and Celeste Pitts came in third. Overall, Dean Lacey is still in the lead, followed by Bonnie Hudson in second and Pamela Gordon in third.

In the preliminary-level horse pair class: Lew Smith won the marathon and is still in the lead overall; Fred Dearborn finished in second place in the marathon and is now in second place overall. Glenn McGirr was eliminated on the marathon.

In the intermediate-level single pony class: Debbie Schuster won the marathon, Philip Needs came in second, and Lorraine Potter came in third. Overall, Debbie Schuster is still in the lead, followed by Janelle Marshall in second and Lorraine Potter in third.

In the intermediate-level pony pair class: Linda Yutzy won the marathon and remains in second place overall, Caroline Whittle came in second on the marathon and remains in the lead overall, and Ray Mansur came in third on the marathon and remains in third overall.

In the intermediate-level tandem pony class, Mark Dahlberg of course won the marathon and remains in the lead overall, as he’s the only competitor in the class.

In the intermediate single horse class: Bob Giles won the marathon, Marcie Quist came in second, and Kelly Valdes came in third. Overall, Marcie Quist is still in the lead, followed by Boo Fitch West in second and Sue Mott in third.

In the intermediate horse pair class: Rae Fischer won the marathon, Misdee Wrigley Miller came in second, and Geoffrey Gee came in third. Overall, Misdee Miller is still in the lead, followed by Raie Fischer in second and Pat Hastings in third.

In the FEI-level single pony class: Suzy Stafford won the marathon and remains in the lead overall, Sherri Dolan came in second on the marathon and remains in third overall, and Shelley Templs came in third on the marathon and remains in second place overall.

In the FEI-level pair pony class: Tracy Morgan won the marathon and remains in the lead overall, Katie Whaley came in second on the marathon and remains in third overall, and Jennifer Matheson finished in third on the marathon and remains in second overall.

In the FEI-level pony team class: Lisa Stroud won the marathon and remains in the lead, and Elizabeth Keathley finished in second on the marathon and remains in second place overall (they’re the only two competitors in the class).

In the FEI-level single horse class: Scott Monroe won the marathon and moved up from third to second overall, Fritz Grupe came in second on the marathon but remains in the lead overall, and Mary Ruth Marks came in third on the marathon. Robin Groves moved from second down to third overall. Both Robin Foster and Bill Peacock had turnovers (no one was hurt, as far as I know) and retired.

In the FEI-level horse pair class: Larry Poulin won the marathon and remains in the lead, and Lisa Singer finished the marathon in the second spot and remains in second overall.

In the FEI-level horse team class: Boyd Exell won the marathon, Chester Weber came in second, and Mike McLennan came in third. The overall placings didn’t change: Chester Weber, Tucker Johnson, and Boyd Exell. Wendy Ying retired on section A of the marathon, and three drivers (Eugen Hug, Bill Long, and Casey Zubek) were eliminated.

Stay tuned for photos and tomorrow’s exciting finish on the cones course.