CDI3* Valencia, Spain
Dressage rider, Michael Eilberg finished top in last Friday’s Grand Prix after finishing on a final score of 70.94% aboard Woodlander Dornroschen; he also secured a fourth place finish with European 2015 ride Marakov, just ahead of fellow Brit Sarah Mills and Hof Juwel. There was more success for Michael and Woodlander Dornroschen in the Grand Prix Special the following day, finishing top of the leaderboard after scoring 71%.
CSI3* VEJER DE LA FRONTERA, SPAIN
Out on the Sunshine Tour, showjumper Tim Stockdale and Fleur De L’Aube narrowly missed out on top spot in the Grand Prix 1.55m class; the pair produced a clear jumping round in a time of 43.66 seconds, to finish just behind French rider, Robert Breul (43.28 seconds). Yazmin Pinchen and Van De Vivaldi, also secured a place on the podium, with only three riders producing a double clear round in the class.
In the Classic GP, Kent Morgan and Westpoint Baros topped the leader board in a British packed top five as he finished just under a second ahead of Austrian rider, Harvey Georgina. Richard Barton, Sarah Lewis and Alice Palmer made up the rest of the top five.
CSI3* Vilamoura, Portugal
Louise Pavitt represented Great Britain in Portugal and claimed second place in a competitive 18 horse jump off in the Grand Prix Table A against the clock class. Pavitt and her horse, Unex Chamberlain Z posted a clear quick round in 44.68 seconds to finish just behind Denmark’s, Martin Dinesen Neergaard.
CSI5* Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Scott Brash finished in the top ten in the Rolex Grand Prix after being one of twelve riders to make it through to the jump off. The 30 year old who was on board Hello Forever, owned by Lady Harris & Lady Kirkham, posted a final time of 52.8 seconds after conceding a handful of unlucky penalties, whilst Marcus Ehning and Hans-Dieter Dreher topped the podium.