This year’s event saw 57 of the 81 combinations that set out on the 4 days of competition complete the Sunday afternoon as William Fox-Pitt secured his second Mitsubishi Motors Badminton trophy on Chris Stone’s stallion Chilli Morning, 11 years after winning on Tamarillo.
The first 5 after dressage remainined in that order after cross country, with 14 combinations jumping clear inside the time.
One fence down separated the top 5 on the final day as Andrew Nicholson and Nereo tried to hold the others at bay at the top of the leader board but yet again this most coveted of trophies eluded the NZ maestro as Nereo posted 12 penalities on the show jumping to drop to 6th.
The best of the dressage is followed by the course walk with some top riders, then extensive highlights of the cross country and finally the concluding action in the show jumping arena.
Approx 100 mins