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The Finish Line
Oxstalls Monday 2023
The Equireel cameras were back at Oxstalls on Monday to capture all the Eventing action so be sure to check out your cross country and showjumping videos. The final day of British Eventing competition included 80, 90, 100 and 105 classes. Stay tuned for our montage at the end of the show which features numerous riders from across all of Monday’s classes. The day kicked off with a thrilling British Eventing 90 where Stella Bunn and her own gelding Evron took the top spot in Section T after an impressive performance, finishing on their dressage score of 29.8. Jack Whiteford and Dinah Webb-Bowen’s Sea Wolf C came in a close second with a score of 30.2 after a clean show jumping round but incurring 2.4 time penalties on cross country. Georgina Holland and Naomi Watkins’ Dunard Red Knight finished third with a score of 30.3 after a faultless performance in the jumping phases.
Jayne Whitbread and her own gelding Quantum IV took the top spot in the BE90 – Section U with an impressive performance, finishing on a score of 29.3. Florence Legg and her own gelding Kellough Pride finished in a close second place, with a score of 30 after a clean performance across the jumping phases. Padraig Delaney and his gelding Kansas secured the third spot with a score of 31, despite incurring four faults in show jumping.
Katie Mathias and her own gelding Lodor Carl dominated the BE90 – Section Z, finishing on an impressive score of 19.8 after a clean performance across all three phases. Tinks Walker and Margaret Silver’s gelding Mochulla Boy secured the second spot with a score of 25.4, despite incurring 0.4 time penalties on cross country. Katherine Naylor and her own gelding Mount Duke finished in third place with a score of 25.8 after a flawless performance in the jumping phases.
After a quick course change at the picturesque Gloucestershire venue the action continued with a British Eventing 80 class. Deborah Burrell and her mare Imperial Tangle clinched the top spot in the BE80 – Section V, finishing on a score of 31.5 after a clean performance in both showjumping and cross country. Rachel King and her own gelding Giovanni secured the second spot with a score of 32, despite a faultless performance they couldn’t catch up to the winning pair. Naomi Wright and her gelding Ballybough Dougie finished third with a score of 36.3 after a clear performance in the jumping phases.
The action quickly moved on the the British Eventing 100 action with Tom McEwen and an unnamed gelding claiming the top spot in Section W, finishing on their impressive dressage score of 27.3 after a clear show jumping and cross country rounds. Yasmin Olsson-sanderson and Hector Payne’s Lammy Clorisma secured a close second place with a score of 27.3 after completing both jumping phases without faults. Danielle McCormack and Anna Sims-Hilditch’s Hildare Regarde Moi finished third with a score of 29, also after a faultless performance in both jumping phases.
Tom McEwen and Kilcannon Mischief won the BE100 – Section X with a stunning performance to finish on their dressage score of 26.5. Safia Woodward and Captain Jake took the second spot with the same score, but McEwen was closer to the optimum time on cross country. Aaron Millar and Monbeg Dos Mas completed the top three with a score of 30.5 after a clean performance in both jumping phases. The section was highly competitive with top riders showcasing their skills in all three phases of eventing.
After the final course change of the day Bella Innes Ker and Givoly Z claimed the top spot in the BE105 – Section Y, finishing on their dressage score of 29.8. Isabel English and Elysian Fields Prado finished a close second with a score of 31.5, having had a clear round in show jumping but incurring 5.2 time faults on cross country. Louisa Lockwood and Barana Frank secured third place with a score of 32, having incurred 1.2 time faults in cross country.
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