The TerraNova Equestrian Center in Myakka featured some of the best eventing riders in the world Saturday competing in the cross country portion of The Estates at TerraNova.
Because of the expected afternoon heat, the top riders in the Concours Complet International-4 division were switched to the first competition of the day with former U.S. Olympian Liz Halliday-Sharp of Ocala on Cooley Be Cool coming out with the overall eventing victory over Indiana's Dan Krietl above Carmango.
After her victory, Halliday called the TerraNova course 'spectacular."
The cross country portion of the competition had 35 jumps over 3,700 yards.
Caroline Martin of the United States finished third aboard HSH Blake.
In CCI-3 competition, Lea Adams-Blackmore placed first aboard Frostbite. Joe Meyer of New Zealand was second aboard Harbin. Canada's Melissa Boutin was third on Obeah Dancer.
Ninety-seven entries competed in the top two classes.
Spectators are free to the events.