The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials – Jock Paget tops the leaderboard after dressage

Aoife Clarke in 7th position after the dressage. Photo: EquusPix

Aoife Clarke in 7th position after the dressage. Photo: EquusPix

Jock Paget and Clifton Promise will go into tomorrow’s cross-country test in pole position. He took the lead today with a dressage score of 38.8.

William Fox-Pitt is starting in second position tomorrow with the only other sub-40 test with the 11 year old gelding, Bay My Hero.
Ireland’s Aoife Clarke and Vaguely North are lying in seventh position with a score of 44.7. Sarah Wardell and Kileenduff Boy for Ireland finished the dressage in 35th position , with a score of 55.3.
Jim Newsam and Michael Ryan are lying in 39th and 43rd place.

Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials – Dressage Thursday

Jim Newsam and Magennis. Photo: EquusPix

Jim Newsam and Magennis. Photo: EquusPix

After the first day of dressage at The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, the best placed Irish rider is Jim Newsam with Magennis in 18th place. Michael Ryan with just one more penalty is in 20th position with Ballylynch Adventure. Australia’s Sam Griffiths and the 15 year old gelding Happy Times are the current leaders on a score of 40.2.
Sarah Wardell (Killeenduff Boy) and Aoife Clarke (Vaguely North) fly the flag for Ireland tomorrow.



Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials:


Ireland wins Gold at FEI Europeans Juniors

Cathal Daniels wind the European Silver Medal (Individual) Photo: EquusPix

Cathal Daniels wind the European Silver Medal (Individual)
Photo: EquusPix

The Irish team (defending their title) were trailing Germany after the dressage and cross country phases at Bishop Burton, however all turned around after the show jumping on the final day when the team delivered perfect clear rounds from all riders. Germany were unable to match the Irish team and had to settle for Silver medal position, with France slotting in to Bronze.
Irish team member Cathal Daniels from Galway also took the Individual Silver.
Ireland’s Gold medal team:
Susie Berry with Carsonstown Athena
Nessa Briody with Tomboy
Cathal Daniels with Rioghan Rua
Lucy Latta with Cleo Ferro

Ireland’s Junior Eventers head out at the European Championships in Bishop Burton (GBR) this weekend.

Nessa Briody and Tomboy
Cathal Daniels and Rioghan Rua
Lucy Latta and Cleo Ferro
Susie Berry and Carsontown Athena

Tessa Harley and Catsky Photo: EquusPix

Tessa Harley and Catsky
Photo: EquusPix

Tessa Harley and Catsky
Shannon Nelson and Gina Van De Neerheide


Eventing: Less than 5 points separated the top three teams after Dressage at the FEI European Championships For Ponies. Course Designer Mike Etherington-Smith had designed a world class cross-country course at Drishane Castle. Hopefully the venue will host some wonderful eventing in the future.
France won the Team Gold, with team member Victor Levecque and Qualitat des Bourdons winning the Individual Gold
Victor Levecque and Qualitat des Bourdons of France win the Individual Gold Eventing

Victor Levecque and Qualitat des Bourdons of France win the Individual Gold Eventing
Photo: Pam Cunningham for Equestrian Action


Semmieke-Rothenberger and Deinhard-B win Individual Gold in the Dressage. Photo: M. Evans for Equestrian Action

Semmieke-Rothenberger and Deinhard-B win Individual Gold in the Dressage.
Photo: M. Evans for Equestrian Action

Germany dominated the dressage by winning both team and Semmieke Rothenberger with her 14-year-old palomino stallion Deinhard B producing a stunning performance to take the individual gold medal.


Ninon Castex team and individaul gold medalist in showjumping Photo: L. Dunne for Equestrian Action

Ninon Castex team and individaul gold medalist in showjumping
Photo: L. Dunne for Equestrian Action

The previous Show Jumping Gold medalist, Ireland’s Susan Fitzpatrick with Rock Dee Jay, had to settle for Bronze in Millstreet. Gold was taken by France’s Ninon Castex and Quabar des Monceaux with Arnaud Baublomme and Goliath van de Groenweg taking Silver.

Results:FEI European Pony Team Dressage Championship: GOLD – Germany 225.333: Dsp de Long (Lea Luise Nehls) 73.769, Danilo (Nadina Krause) 73.154, Desert Rose (Maike Mende) 71.949, Deinhard B (Semmieke Rothenberger) 78.410; SILVER – Great Britain 222.257: Valido’s Sunshine (Rebecca Bell) 71.692, Der Kleine Lord (Alexandra Hellings) 73.564, Gigolo (Bethany-Rose Horobin) 72.103, Sl Lucci (Phoebe Peters) 76.590 ; BRONZE – Netherlands 216.667: Haasendonck S Sultan (Joelle Peters) 71.667, Fs Coco Jambo (Febe Van Zwambagt) 71.821, Kingsley Ciske (Demy Kurstjens) 71.308, Champ of Class (Lisanne Zoutendijk) 73.179.

FEI European Pony Individual Dressage Championship: GOLD – Deinhard B (Semmieke Rothenberger) GER 78.341; SILVER – Champ of Class (Lisanne Zoutendijk) NED 74.976; BRONZE – Der Kleine Lord (Alexandra Hellings) GBR 74.756.

FEI European Pony Freestyle Championship: GOLD – Deinhard B (Semmieke Rothenberger) GER 79.975; SILVER – Sl Lucci (Phoebe Peters) 78.700; BRONZE – Champ of Class (Lisanne Zoutendijk) NED 77.850.

FEI European Pony Team Jumping Championship: GOLD – France 1 fault: Rexter d’Or (Victoria Tachet) 0/0/8, Sligo de Mormal (Thomas Scalabre) 4/0/0, Quabar des Monceaux (Ninon Castex) 0/1/1, Rominet de Bruz (Nina Mallevaey) 0/0; SILVER – Ireland 16 faults: Doon Laddie (Michael Pender) 0/8/4, Cassandra van het Roelhof (Grace McHugh) 0/4/0, Attyrory Rebel (Sean Monaghan) 12/14/0, Rock Dee Jay (Susan Fitzpatrick) 0/4/0; BRONZE – Germany 20 faults/ 0/116.59 in Jump-Off: SG’s Miss California (Justine Tebbel) 48/40/4, Mentos Junior 2 (Philip Schulze Topphoff) 0/44, Nikolina (Enno Klaphake) 0/4/8, Carrick (Lars Volmer) 4/0/0.

FEI European Pony Individual Jumping Championship: GOLD – Quabar des Monceaux (Ninon Castex) 3 faults; SILVER – Goliath van de Groenweg (Arnaud Baublomme) BEL 4/37.62; BRONZE – Rock Dee Jay (Susan Fitzpatrick) IRL 4/38.36.

FEI European Pony Eventing Team Championship: GOLD – France 134.20: Qualitat des Bourdons (Victor Levecque) 34.40, Djaipour (Yfke Bourget) 48.10, Perle du Boisdelanoue (Marine Bolleret)51.70, Qarisma du Boidelanoue (Heloise Le Guern) 65.90; SILVER – Great Britain 141.00: Alfie Xl (Isabelle Upton) 38.30, Bobnamara (Oliver Williams) 47.30, Spirit lV (Thomas Tulloch) 55.40, Catherston Nutsafe (Chelsea Pearce) 1,000; BRONZE – Italy 150.80: Loughtown Lass (Maria Sole Girardi) 41.30, Mon Nantano de Florys (Matteo Guidicci) 43.20, Soulbury Otters Star (Manfredi Maria Foschi) 66.30, Fine and Smart van de Langenheuvel (Emma Pasqualini) 1,000.

FEI European Pony Eventing Individual Championship: GOLD – Qualitat des Bourdons (Victor Levecque) 34.40 ; SILVER – Alfie Xl (Isabelle Upton) GBR 38.30; BRONZE – Askaban B (Calvin Bockmann) GER 41.30.

Irish Sidesaddle Hunting Weekend Extravaganza 2013 Friday Nov 29th to Sunday Dec 1st

Irish Sidesaddle Hunting Weekend Extravaganza 2013  Friday Nov 29th to Sunday Dec 1st


Tack up Side saddle with Susan Oakes and fellow masters of the Tara Harriers and The Grallagh Harriers and become apart of a new world record attempt.

The fun filled weekend will Jump start on Friday, November 29th with the hunt ceilli and Sing song in the Headford Arms hotel at 8.30pm

On Saturday, 30th of November at 1pm Side saddle riders from all over the world will decend on Brittas house, the stately home of Oinri Jackson and Neville Jessop. The Tara Harriers will lead the field of elegant ladies across the rolling countryside of north meath.

To add to the excitment that night …The Tara Harriers Hunt Ball will be held in The Headford Arms Hotel, kells commencing with a drinks reception at 7pm

And to continue the marathon weekend!! The Elegant Ladies(and companions) will spend Sunday afternoon, hunting over Galways reknowned Stone wall country with The Grallagh Harriers. (1pm meet)

Horse Sport Ireland are supporting this event by offering the ‘’Inwards Buyers program’’ to anyone attending the hunting weekend. So if you are looking to buy your next horse or pony from Ireland Full details of this offer are available on

Gentleman companions are most welcome to particpate in this wonderful weekend if they are able for it!!

For more details please contact:


Phone calls: Imelda 00 353 87 6166287

Full details on our facebook event page:


Ireland win both International Classes on opening day of Dublin Horse Show

Cian O'Connor and Unique Winner of the Speed Stakes. Photo: EquusPix

Cian O’Connor and Unique
Winner of the Speed Stakes. Photo: EquusPix

The sun shone  for the opening day of the Dublin Horse Show, and the Irish shone in the first two international classes. Out of 78 entries in the Speed Stakes (sponsored by Bewleys Hotels)  Cian O’Connor and Unique set an early clear in 56.05 seconds, a time which proved to be unbeatable.

The second International class of the day, The Irish Sports Council Classic saw 21 of the 53 starters go through to the jump off.  Bertram Allen and Romanov claimed the victory coming home clear in 35.14 seconds, with Roger Yves Bost and Qoud’Coeur de La Loge  [France] second with a time of 35.26 and Louise Saywell and Hello Winner [GBR] third in a time of 35.86

Bertram Allen and Romanov Winner: Irish Sports Council Classic Dublin Horse Show Wed 7th Aug 2013. Photo: EquusPix

Bertram Allen and Romanov
Winner: Irish Sports Council Classic
Dublin Horse Show Wed 7th Aug 2013. Photo: EquusPix

IPS Annual Show – Cavan 1st-3rd August

Cavan Equestrian is set to be a hive of activity next week as it plays host to the annual IPS Championship Show which runs from the 1st – 3rd of August.  Now in its 47th year, the popular event has expanded its schedule to include a variety of classes for all levels and disciplines.  The event which has grown in popularity has already attracted over 500 entries.

Now with a full Schedule, the annual event caters for all tastes and talents, with over 130 classes from which to choose.     As well as the regular Showing and Working Hunter competitions, the fully packed Schedule also incorporates Connemara, Mountain and Moorland and Breeding classes.

Amongst the Championships during the week is the “”.   This Championship covers three disciplines – Young Handlers, Equitation and a Riding Class of the competitor’s choice from which points are accumulated with competitors from three “age” categories.    The Tom Robinson Gold Cup also allows competitors to combine their skills of Dressage, Working Hunter and Showjumping. Another popular event on the Schedule is the Freestyle Classes for Novice or Open ponies. There is also a selection of Equitation classes running alongside the final of the “” Mini Equitation Series.

As in previous years the Show has attracted some of Ireland’s leading showing names many of whom are returning in a bid to defend or claim a title.   Last year’s Supreme Champion, Annie Twomey on Valmore Irish Mist, will be aiming to repeat her success again this year as will the Reserve Supreme Champion Nicola Dee on Highland Jiva.  Ciara Mullen, Charlotte Smiley and Ellie McDonnell, who have recently qualified for Horse of the Year (HOYS) may also be competing for a title.

Due to the popularity of the event, the Irish Pony Society has been fortunate to add to its list of Sponsors in 2013, such as Horse Sport Ireland, Goffs Country, Windsor Insurances, Sweeney Walsh Insurances,, Lambay Stud and  other major companies such as Equest Pramox, Lexvet to name a few,

Late entries will be accepted on the day but do incur an extra charge. Stabling is available directly from Cavan Equestrian Centre

Speaking ahead of the event Chairman, Niall O’ Connor said;

“we are delighted that our Summer Championship Show continues to grow and with over 500 entries so far, 2013 will be no exception.      The facilities at Cavan Equestrian Centre are some of the finest in the country and thanks to our many Sponsors we are proud to confirm a prize fund of over €16,000 for our competitors.   I look forward to welcoming everyone to the Show and have no doubt that those attending will have a very enjoyable time and wish them much success”.


Scurry - Alison Tucker, Woody & Buzz. Photo © Paul Orchard

Scurry – Alison Tucker, Woody & Buzz. Photo © Paul Orchard


For the first time, the fantastic Osbourne Scurry Group will perform a series of demonstrations and races at the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show from Wednesday, August 7 to Sunday, August 11.

Scurry racing involves pairs of ponies pulling light weight racing carriages, galloping and weaving through cones at break neck-speed. It is fast, furious and one of the most exciting, action-packed equestrian sports in the world.

Daring drivers urge their ponies on to notch up the fastest time, while their grooms lean out, battling to keep the carriages balanced. Each day at the Show, these fearless double-harness scurry ponies, most of them just 12.2 to 13.2 hands high, will race in the Main Arena, through sets of cones just 1 inch wider than the carriage wheels.

The more noise made in the Main Arena, the faster the mini-thoroughbreds will go!  Visitors will be encouraged to cheer, shout, whoop, holler and stamp their feet as they weave through a chicane, the groom leaning right and left like a sidecar racer,  then race at full gallop in the box, do a 180 degree U-turn and go flat out for the finish like racehorses.

The scoring is simple. It’s a race against the clock and a four-second time penalty is added for each cone the driver hits.

On Friday, August 9, the scurry drivers will have grooms of a different caliber as 6 celebrities have their own race just before the Nations’ Cup team event. The competition is not for the faint hearted!

The Osbourne Scurry Group competes at top-class horse shows throughout the UK and Europe. The scurry drivers and their amazing ponies will be appearing in the Main Arena at the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show from Wednesday, August 7 to Sunday, August 11.

For tickets and further information on the 2013 Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show, please visit our website at

Galway County Show

With heavy rain playing havoc with the showjumping element of the Galway County Show, the popular annual event was forced to re-locate to Duffy’s Equestrian in Clare Galway last weekend.

Greg Broderick and Mrs Quinn
Greg Broderick and Mrs Quinn

Although there was no shortage of local riders in the TRM/ Horseware Grand Prix,  victory went to Tipperary as Greg Broderick partnered Mrs Quinn to the winner’s enclosure and in the process claimed the majority share of the €4,000 prize fund sponsored by Supermac’s.

A total of 42 listed starters went to post and of these of 25 combinations proceeded to the timed round.

A hot favourite with the crowd, Michael Duffy was keen to repeat his winning performance from last year and he duly delivered as he recorded the first double clear round with Carthago 11 Z, in 40.01.

Galway native Olive Clarke meant business as she negotiated all the tight lines with Snipe and although she seemed to take the longer track back to the final oxer, her time of 38.62 was enough to put her into the lead.

Clarke’s lead held only momentarily as Liam O’ Meara  shot into the lead when he put in a show stopping performance as he crossed the line in 35.89 with Mr Coolcaum.

Speed merchant against the clock, Joan Greene and Chipigal set off in their usual pace.  But despite a good turn of foot, a clear in 37.97 temporarily put her into second place.

TRM/Horseware Premier Series joint leader, Alexander Butler set off in a determined pace aboard his new mount Vimminka. However, even after pulling out all the stops, a clear in 38.37 failed to catch the leader, but proved good enough for eventual fourth, which in the process demoted Clarke into fifth.

Returning with his second mount Westland Ruby, Michael Duffy knew the tight lines to take, but despite having the upper hand a clear in 38.66 was only good enough to slot him into sixth place.

Last to go, Greg Broderick knew the task that lay ahead and was clearly up for the task as he cantered in on Mrs Quinn.  Broderick didn’t waste any time and executed a series of good turns from the off, but it was the tight turn to the last fence that allowed him to make up valuable seconds as the combination crossed the line, clear in 35.25 to take victory, leaving O’ Meara in second and Greene in third.

Earlier in the day the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series took centre stage and as in the qualifying rounds, local riders featured strongly.

In the five-year-old- division 10 combinations delivered double clear rounds to share the €3,100 prize fund. Clear rounds were delivered by  Damien Griffin(Killuppaun Magic), Joan Greene (Guidam Clover), Richard Kerins (Atlantic Roller and My Chocolate Chip), Cormac Rafferty (KMR Benzini ), Martin Hynes (So Elusive), Shane Goggins (Honeylands Claddagh), Thomas O’ Brien (Mini Cruzano), Gerard Clarke (Scoobie is our Man) and  Greg Broderick (Arraghbeg Clover).

Andrew Bourns and La De Da

Andrew Bourns and La De Da

Victory in the six-year-old division went to local rider Thomas O’ Brien riding Sportsfield Eterina, while fellow local rider Andrew Bourns took the honours in the seven-year-old division with La De Da

Michael Jung still in the lead for final phase


The Badminton Mitsubishi Motors Horse Trials Cross Country phase moved the leader board around slightly, but Michael Jung (GER)_ with La Biosthetique – Sam FBW still holds his postion in the lead ahead of the final phase today, the Show-Jumping. Michael, a Badminton first timer, currently has less than a fence in hand entering the show-jumping and with the battle for the Rolex Grand Slam, this is set to be a very tense competition.

Jonathan Paget (NZL) with Clifton Promise moved up from 4th position to take 2nd and William Fox-Pitt with Parklane Hawk moved up from 5th to 3rd. Olo, William Fox-Pitts, second horse, took a considerable drop on the leader board, from =16th with Aoife Clarke and Master Crusoe, down to 60th position.

Aoife Clarke however has moved Ireland further up the leader board and will be entering the show-jumping phase in 12th position.

The rest of the standings for Ireland are Sam Watson with Horseware Bushman, who just missed out on the top 20, in at 24th, Elizabeth Power with September Bliss in 29th, Sarah Ennis and Sugar Brown Babe who had an incredible run, standing in 45th position. Joseph Murphy and Electric Cruise in 59th, Jim Newsam with Magennis in 64th and Michael Ryan with Ballylynch Skyport in 68th. Unfortunitely, Peter Hannigan was eliminated with First Mate after a fall at fence 15.

The final Horse Inspection took place early this morning with just one horse, Andreas Dibowski’s Butts Leon, not passing for the show-jumping phase. Withdrawals prior to the trot-up were Mark Todd’s Ravenstar, Lauren Shannon’s Zero Flight and Ludwig Svennerstal’s Alexander. This leaves 66 combinations to come forward to showjumping. The showjumping for the lower-placed combinations starts at 10.45am, while the top-20 will jump at 1.30pm.


All set to go for Cross Country at Badminton Horse Trials


William Fox-Pitt in contention for Rolex Grand Slam. Photo: EquusPix

William Fox-Pitt in contention for Rolex Grand Slam. Photo: EquusPix

The big day has finally arrived, today is the day for the creme de la creme of eventing to compete against each other in the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials. The Badminton Horse Trials is one of only six annual Concours Complet International (CCI) Four Star **** events as classified by the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI).

Badminton Fences BHT_6231 BHT_6193The formidable fences and technical course will challenge even the best. Going in to the Cross Country phase, Michael Jung for Germany is holding the top position with La Biosthetique – Sam FBW. The Olympic, European and World Champion combination stormed the leader board with a score of 36.0 and took the first position from Stefano Brecciaroli with Apollo Vid Wendi Kurt Hoeve for Italy who had been holding his position for most of the day.

Aoife Clarke and Master Crusoe. Photo: EquusPix

Aoife Clarke and Master Crusoe. Photo: EquusPix

Ireland is still holding its own with Aoife Clarke, who was Irelands highest placed rider in the 2012 London Olympics, who is standing in =16 with Master Crusoe. Sarah Ennis and Sugar Brown Babe are also in a good position at 31.

The big excitement for today huge with the question everyone is asking ‘who is going to take the Grand Slam?’ For the first time in the history of the Rolex Grand Slam, two riders are in the running for the USD$350,000 bonus, awarded to riders who consecutively win the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials and Rolex Kentucky Three-Day-Event. Due to last year’s Badminton cancellation, William Fox-Pitt’s 2011 Burghley and 2012 Kentucky wins have been carried over. This means that he goes head-to-head with his biggest rival, Andrew Nicholson, who won last year’s Burghley and last week’s Kentucky, for eventing’s biggest prize.

Badminton was first held in 1949 by the 10th Duke of Beaufort. advertised as “the most important horse event in Britain” Badminton was designed so that British riders train for future international events. It was the second three-day event held in Britain, with the first being the 1948 Olympics. Just Britain and ireland took part in the first ever Badminton with 22 horses competing. John Sheddon with Golden Willow were the first Badminton winners. Eight of the 22 starters failed to complete the cross-country course. In 1989, the current director & course-designer Hugh Thomas, who competed in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, took over from Frank Weldon, a former winner, who is credited with bringing the event to the pinnacle it’s at today.

Badminton Horse Trials. Ireland’s Aoife Clarke in 4th position after first day of dressage

Aoife Clarke in fourth position after first day dressage. Photo: EquusPix

Aoife Clarke in fourth position after first day dressage. Photo: EquusPix

With the first half of the dressage now complete, Australia holds the top two positions. The scores between first and second are incredibly close with Christopher Burton on Holstein Park Leilani, who completed a beautiful test, narrowly in the lead with a score of 43.0 with Sam Griffiths and Happy Times close behind holding a score of 43.3.

Speaking about taking the leading position, Christopher Burton said “Holstein Park Leilani is not an extravagent mover, so I have to ride for every mark. I came here thinking I’d be happy scoring in the mid-40’s, so I’m really pleased to be sat here”

Andrew Nicholson with Avebury and William Fox-Pitt with Oslo, the grandslam duo, are currently lying in third and equal 4th positions.

Michael Jung for Germany, the current European, World and Olympic Champion is currently lying 6th with Leopin FST.

Ireland will be proud of Aoife Clarke today who competed last of the afternoon on Master Crusoe and came in with a final score of 45.8 matching scores to put her in equal 4th position with William Fox-Pitt.

The second half of the dressage kicks off tomorrow morning with Lauren Shannon with Zero Flight at 9am. Irelands first rider will be Sarah Ennis and Sugar Brown Babe who will be in at 9.24 followed soon after by Elizabeth Power at 9.56am with September Bliss. Peter Hannigan with First Mate will be in at 10.50am, Jim Newsam will be in at 12.10pm with Magennis and last for Ireland will be at 2.36pm with Sam Watson riding Horseware Bushman.

Hugh Thomas, the Badminton director and course designer as well as Zara Phillips godfather, spoke today of the excitement at the calibre of riders competing at Badminton in 2013 “This is one of the most exciting (Badminton Horse Trials) in a very long time with Fox-Pitt -V- Nicholson -V- Jung” He believes this will be one of the toughest Badminton trials in 10years with the best line up ever to have competed side by side.

Badminton had a record number of people for the preview day yesterday to watch the Grass Roots and the first Horse Inspection.

Badminton – All horses pass first horse inspection

Michael Ryan. Photo: EquusPix

Michael Ryan. Photo: EquusPix

The First Horse Inspection for the Badminton International 4 star event took place this afternoon. All horses have passed the first inspection. Marco Biasia for Italy with Tatchou had a short tense wait as he was sent to the holding box, but on second inspection he too passed through for the next stage.

Tomorrow takes the event to the next stage with the first half of the dressage. With eight Irish riders to compete; Michael Ryan will be the first in for Ireland at 11.48 tomorrow morning with Ballylynch Skyport  followed by  Joseph Murphy with Electric Cruise at 4.18pm and Aoife Clark with Master Crusoe last of the day at 4.50pm. Sarah Ennis, Elizabeth Power, Peter Hannigan, Jim Newsam and Sam Watson will all be taking their tests on Saturday.

The full list for tomorrows dressage is:




10:00  ARMADA  Oliver Townend 
10:08  CLIFTON LUSH  Jonathan Paget (NZL) 
10:16  DE NOVO NEWS  Kristina Cook 
10:24  IMPERIAL CAVALIER  Mary King 
10:32  WILLY DO  Lucy Jackson (NZL) 
10:40  LEOPIN FST  Michael Jung (GER) 
10:48  BOSTON TWO TIP  Caroline Powell (NZL) 
10:56  OSLO  William Fox-Pitt 
11:24  11  SIR PERCIVAL III  Francis Whittington 
11:32  13  MAJOR MILESTONE  Mark Todd (NZL) 
11:40  15  AVEBURY  Andrew Nicholson (NZL) 
11:48  18  BALLYLYNCH SKYPORT  Michael Ryan (IRL) 
11:56  19  HAPPY TIMES  Sam Griffiths (AUS) 
12:04  20  WILD LONE  Harry Meade 
12:12  21  NICK OF THYME  Ruth Edge 
12:20  22  SKIP ON  Sarah Stretton 
13:40  23  TATCHOU  Marco Biasia (ITA) 
13:48  24  GUN A B GOOD  Ben Hobday 
13:56  26  ALEXANDER  Ludwig Svennerstal (SWE) 
14:04  28  HOLSTEIN PARK LEILANI  Christopher Burton (AUS) 
14:12  29  BOROUGH PENNYZ  Vittoria Panizzon (ITA) 
14:20  30  LEBOWSKI  Beanie Sturgis 
14:28  31  MY LAST ONE  Sarah Bullimore 
14:36  34  SIMON PORLOE  Lucy Wiegersma 
14:44  35  TSF KARASCADA M  Kai-Steffen Meier (GER) 
14:52  36  KBIS BRIARLANDS MATILDA  Izzy Taylor 
15:00  39  OUT OF AFRICA TWO  Charlotte Agnew 
15:30  40  LEPRINCE DES BOIS  Kai Ruder (GER) 
15:38  41  TIMING  Emily Galbraith 
15:46  42  RUMOUR HAS IT  Merel Blom (NED) 
15:54  43  BORN AGAIN  Sebastian Mateu (ESP) 
16:02  44  OPPOSITION BUZZ  Nicola Wilson 
16:10  45  BUTTS LEON  Andreas Dibowski (GER) 
16:18  46  ELECTRIC CRUISE  Joseph Murphy (IRL) 
16:26  47  CELTIC FORTUNE  Jamie Atkinson 
16:34  48  LULLY DES AULNES  Joris Vanspringel (BEL) 
16:42  49  KING EIDER  Louisa Milne Home 
16:50  51  MASTER CRUSOE  Aoife Clark (IRL)