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Norton Disney (1) Sunday 2023
The Equireel cameras were back at Norton Disney on Sunday to capture all the Eventing action. The final day of British Eventing competition included Novice and 100 classes. Be sure to stay tuned for our montage at the end of the show which features numerous riders from across all of Saturdays classes. The day kicked off with a thrilling British Eventing novice section where Oliver Townend and his trusty mount Hialisca de Takam took the first place with a score of 30.4, despite a slight time penalty on their cross country round. Alice Casburn and her mount Britannias Dynamite gave a remarkable performance and clinched the second spot with a score of 33.7, showcasing their skills in dressage and show jumping. Ms. Katie Barber and her noble mount Fenomen MSF claimed the third position with a score of 35.5, exhibiting great teamwork and harmony throughout the competition.
In Section P, Miss Izzy Taylor and her mount Barrington Alice displayed an impeccable performance, securing first place with a score of 29.3. Mr. Oliver Townend and his mount Butts Leia, with a score of 30.3, came in a close second position, showcasing their skills in dressage and show jumping. Mr. Gareth Warburton and his mount Jaguar claimed the third spot with a score of 30.8, proving their mettle on the cross country course.
Continuing with the Novice action, Mrs. Piggy March and her mount Brookfield Kept in the Darco claimed the top spot in Section Q with a dressage score of 27.5, followed closely by Mr. Oliver Townend on Fargann Des Loges with a score of 27.8. Mrs. Eliza Bell and Rocksea took the third place with a dressage score of 27.5 and a cross-country time penalty of 3.2 for a total of 30.7.
In the Open Novice Section R, Mrs. Sarah Bullimore emerged as the winner on her mount Corimiro with a score of 23.3, putting in a flawless performance in dressage and showjumping. She was closely followed by Mrs. Piggy March on Cooley Kan Do, who secured the second position with a score of 23.8. Miss Heidi Coy on Springwind Cevin grabbed the third position, scoring 24.5. Although they incurred four faults in showjumping and 1.6 time faults in cross-country, they still managed to secure a spot on the podium with a total score of 30.1.
After a quick change of course at the picturesque Lincolnshire venue the action continued with the BE100 classes. In Section S, Amanda Green riding Josia-S won with a total score of 27.8, thanks to a near-perfect performance in all three disciplines. Molly Turcan on ES Carrow Miss Metro secured second place with a score of 29.3, finishing fault-free in both dressage and show jumping. George Howard on Rua Ban finished in third place with a score of 30, putting in a solid performance across the board.
The BE100 – Section T was won by Coco Lanni and Ardeo Iceman, who put in a fantastic performance with a score of 26.3. Sophia Robinson and NBE Harlem finished in second place with a score of 31.9, while Tara Murphy and Kevin rounded out the top three with a score of 32.
Max Kettlewell and Confession Time emerged victorious in the BE100Open – Section U, putting in a flawless performance with a score of 29. Millie Plumb on Curolea Mika secured second place with a score of 32, also putting in a solid performance across all three disciplines. Georgie Featherstone on Foxtown Cufflynx finished in third place with a score of 33.6, putting in an impressive performance but with a small time fault on cross country.
Moving on to the BE100Open – Section V, Peter Tancock and Abacus clinched the victory with a score of 29.8, putting in an outstanding performance. Andrew James on Ballynahown River Boy secured the second spot with a score of 30, while Anastasia Meadows on MGH April finished third with a score of 30.5, exhibiting strong performance throughout the competition. The event showcased some of the best riders and horses, with exceptional displays of precision and control demonstrated by all competitors.
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