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Image Courtesy of Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials – All Rights Reserved LRBHT 31 08 2018 Harry Horgan riding SIRIUS winner of the 4 Year Old Dubary Burghley Young Event Horse Finalduring the dressage phase of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials in the grounds of Burghley House near Stamford in Lincolnshire in the UK between 29th August and 2nd September 2018 This series is now in its third decade and is acknowledged as the shop window for potential ‘4* horses’ at an early stage in their competitive career....read more
Image is of Ben Way and is courtesy of NJT Photography. So with the dressage phase completed there has been a change to the leaderboard from yesterday with the Kiwi riders taking the top two places. Mark Todd and Kiltubrid Rhapsody are in the lead with a fantastic score of 26.4 however Tim Price on Ringwood Skyboy is on his tail with a score os 26.9. The top ten consists of 5 British riders of which Oli Townend has all three of his horses in the top ten! Then Aussie rider Bill Levett is sitting joint tenth with another British rider...read more
Image above kindly provided by Fiona Scott-Maxwell – All rights reserved Bill Levett and Improvise are in the top ten after the dressage phase of Burghley Horse Trials, it was delightful test to watch as it always is with Bill. He rides with such elegance and looks so relaxed as does his horses. Bill and Improvise are only four penalties behind the overnight leaders Mark Todd and Kiltubrid Rhapsody. The cross country time will be crucial tomorrow but back in 2016 Bill was lying 5th after the cross country so we know he can get a good...read more
Ben Way and Galley light get a lovely start to Burghley Horse Trials, their dressage test was lovely to watch. The ex racehorse which has serious racing bloodlines was relaxed and the test was accurate and correct. They scored 35.4 though that may put them down the leaderboard a touch the scores are close and the time the cross country will be very influential tomorrow as they are not a million miles from the leader at all. We caught up with Ben after his test to hear his thoughts: Pleased with the test, he was a good boy. He...read more
Eventing is one of very few sports in which men and women compete on equal terms! The ratio of male and female winners since the horse trials began in 1961 is 33:23 in favour of men. For the past 7 years Burghley has been won by male riders representing Britain, Germany, Australia and New Zealand with rider Andrew Nicholson (NZL) winning it three years in a row. The male riders have been dominating both Burghley and Badminton until this year when Jonelle Price broke this deadlock. The Kiwi riders have won Burghley a staggering 13 times...read more
Thursday’s day of Dressage saw the first rider of the day keep the poll position, Oli Townend put in a delightful test with MHS King Joules and will be the one to beat in tomorrow’s day of Dressage. The leaderboard see’s the British riders take the top five placings with Mark Todd and Tim Price the only two Kiwi’s in the top ten. There was a few errors of course in the Dressage today and unusually so from Mark todd which has proved to be quite costly for him as he could well have been the leader after the first day...read more
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British amateur rider Ben Way (29), who based near Rugby in Warwickshire, completed his first Burghley in 2016 on his last visit to the event. Ben is one of the few amateur riders at this level – he is a Chartered Surveyor and Land Agent working for Butler Sherborn in Cirencester where he is head of equestrian property. He gained a career best at Badminton in 2016 when he finished in 12th place with Galley Light. Ben grew up on his family farm in Warwickshire. In 2010 he completed a BSc (Hons) in Rural Land Management at the Royal...read more
Above Image courtesy of Fiona Scott-Maxwell British-based Australian Bill Levett (55) first competed at Burghley 24-years ago in 1994 to return in 1995, then again in 1999 and has been back regularly last competing there in 2016. He is a member of the Australian squad for the forthcoming WEG in Tryon later in the month. Bill was competing just at Blair International Horse Trials only this pass weekend and will be at Burghley Horse Trials later this week ,then from there will head to the World Equestrian Games! Thats quite a long drive for...read more
Cheshire based rider Aimee Penny has had great results here at Blair Castle. Her three star ride an 11 yo 17h mare Hirondelle de Fribois B finished 17th in a strong CIC***class. The cross country proved to cause problems yet Aimee and her mare stormed it and made it look easy despite it being only their second ever three star!. Aimee has owned Hirondelle de Fribois B since being a six year old and has produced it herself , she has not been the easiest mare and the dressage here at Blair was a eye opener of how this mare can react. We...read more