Live Oak International competition kicks off with strong start

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OCALA, Fla. (WCJB)-- The Live Oak International jumping competition started in Ocala on Friday.

17-year-old Brian Moggre pulled out ahead in the longines world ranking competition, against about 50 other riders, with a time of 61.56 seconds.

Meanwhile, Kelli Cruciotti took first among 29 others in the Waldron private weather 1.40 m power and speed class. Her final time was 29.22 seconds.

The competition is scheduled to continue Saturday and Sunday.