The British Eventing Horse Trials ran over two days on the 18th & 19th March 2017, organised by Richard and Sarah Taylor with local, national and international competitors taking part.
The popular event early on in the season had near-perfect going on the cross country course, but the obstacles were causing plenty of questions.
The second day of competition began with the Sheldon Bosley Knight Section H BE100 open class.
Second place went to Charlie Chamberlayne riding his own Black Op, and third place to Louise Scammell on her own Future Cantata.
Laura Gaydon, Director of Sheldon Bosley Knight said “the organisers Richard and Sarah Taylor once again hosted a very successful event, the going was good across the three phases and the cross country course asked some new questions. We are thrilled to support this local equestrian event which is the highlight of the spring calendar for many local riders and businesses. Congratulations to all competitors and connections who took part”.
Pictured above, L-R, Charlie Chamberlayne, Laura Gaydon, Julia Fairbank.