Tina Cook has completed Cross Country on board Calvino II with a score 74. Cook was held for nearly 20 minutes on course late in the day but was left to wonder what might have been after a refusal penalty shortly after resuming.
Tina spoke to Rupert Bell after her round.
Eventing legend Sir Mark Todd was the overnight leader after Dressage but a fall cost him potentially a sixth Burghley title.
Todd spoke to Rupert Bell.
Irish rider Alan Nolan has completed Cross Country on board Bronze Flight to finish on a score of 93.9.
Alan spoke to Josh Peacock after the ride.
Kiwi Caroline Powell completed Cross Country clear but outside the time, for the second time today, on board Onwards and Upwards to finish with a score of 65.5.
Powell spoke to Josh Peacock after her round.
The American has just 3.6 time faults on Donner to be on 49.1 to be right in contention.
She spoke to Josh Peacock.
Louise Harwood and Mr Potts are on 80.9 after picking up time faults but she is delighted with her round.
She spoke to Rupert Bell after the test.
Delight for First time American Savannah Fulton who goes clear but has time faults.
Fulton spoke to Rupert Bell after the round.
First timer Mackenna Shea gets home with Landioso and is on 88.1 and is naturally delighted.
Shea spoke to Rupert Bell after her round.
Tom McEwen has just completed Cross Country on board Toledo De Kerser, jumping clear and just outside the time to finish on a score of 49.1.
Tom spoke to Rupert Bell after the ride.
Australian rider Paul Tapner has just completed Cross Country on board Bonza King of Rouges, jumping clear but outside the time to finish the round on a score of 75.8.
Tapner spoke to Rupert Bell after the ride.