“It’s amazing,” Kerivan said, in regards to ending the show with the big win. “I realized everyone had faults so I just wanted to go smooth and go clean. I always love Colin more every day. I think my horse, as he gets more in the ring, he gets better every day and I get better. I will be coming back next year, for sure.”
Runner-up Cuoco conquered her nerves from yesterday to deliver a solid, fast round with only one rail down.
“A lot of preparation went into the show for me,” Cuoco said. “But you can’t prepare for the nerves, and I was definitely nervous yesterday—my heart was pounding out of my chest. But today I felt so much better and totally calmed down, and my horse took such good care of me.”
“I only did the Pro/Am last year and this is my first time competing so I feel like it was the most exciting couple days I think that I ever had,” she added. “This was definitely a goal for me. The show was a huge thing for me.”
Competition continues on the final day with the Canadian Pacific Grand Prix beginning at 10:15 a.m. and the Longines Grand Prix scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m.