Bettina Hoy gives her reaction in German to her stunning 1st day dressage score of 34.5
Thursday, 1 September 2016
Bettina Hoy produces a stunning dressage test with Designer 10 with a score of 34.5 spoke to Josh Peacock.
Sarah Bullimore with Reve Du Rouet have opened up with a solid 49.1 in the dressage.
Irish rider Mark Kyle has completed dressage with a score of 51.8 on board Jesmond Justice. Kyle is riding in his first competition since returning from representing Ireland in Rio at his third Olympic games. He spoke to Rupert Bell.
Australian rider Shane Rose has completed dressage with a score of 50.5 on board Shanghai Joe. Rose is riding at his first competition since being part of the Australian Bronze medal winning team at Rio. He spoke to Rupert Bell after his test.
Arthur Duffort parle de son dressage en français.
French rider Arthur Duffort completed dressage at his first ever Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials with a score of 66.4 on board Herbst Golden Eclipse. He spoke to Josh Peacock after the test in English and French.
American rider Elisa Wallace struggles to hold back the emotions as she tells Josh Peacock about her fantastic Dressage score of 46.2 on board Simply Priceless, putting her second overall at lunch time on day one.
Lincolnshire rider Rosalind Canter makes a strong start with Allstar B scoring 47.0. She spoke to Josh Peacock after her test.
New Zealand’s Tim Price, runner up 12 months ago, has opened up with a score of 49.5 and gave this reaction to Josh Peacock.
Oliver Townend has scored 50.7 with the first of his 3 rides at this year’s event Dromgurrihy Blue. He spoke to Josh Peacock after the test.
Tom Crisp was first to go on day 1 and scored 52.6 with Coolys Luxury, he told Josh Peacock how it went.
Wednesday, 31 August 2016
Oliver Townend heads a strong British contingent aiming for the title at Burghley, having won the competition in 2009. He told Joshua Peacock he hopes to continue his excellent recent form.
Last year’s runner up Tim Price is looking to recover from a difficult time at Rio 2016 with another stellar performance at Burghley. He spoke to Rupert Bell.
Cook who was a travelling reserve at the recent Olympics is looking forward to the event with her horse Star Witness as she told Rupert Bell.
Local rider Kerry Varley will be competing at Burghley for the sixth time this year and is aiming to build on the success of completing in 2015. She spoke to Joshua Peacock.
New Zealand’s Andrew Nicholson returns to four star competition at Burghley, a competition that he has won five times in the past. He spoke to Rupert Bell ahead of the event.
Former Burghley winner Sir Mark Todd is chasing his sixth win at the competition, his first event since returning from Rio. He spoke to Rupert Bell.
Fresh from a Bronze Medal at Rio 2016, Sam Griffiths looks ahead to this year’s event with Josh Peacock.
Sunday, 6 September 2015
Michael Jung after becoming the first German to win the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials