On to the next! Now that Burghley and the are AECs done and dusted, it’s all cylinders firing for the a little event called the World Championships. At this point, we’re just a week and half away and Team USA is officially in transit. The team has been hosted at the farm of fellow eventer, Erika Nesseler, for a bit after their final mandatory outing at Great Meadow and they’ve now touched down in Vittel, France where they’ll base prior to the start of of the competition in Pratoni, Italy.
North American Weekend Results
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then here is your 10k ‘in a nutshell’ summary of Burghley results! Have a glance at these great photos for sure, but if you want the full picture of the day then all 4880 words of Tilly’s final Burghley report sum things up quite nicely. [Burghley final top 10 in pictures: Piggy March is victorious on ‘special’ 17-year-old mare]
Let’s look back at how it all went down in Tryon. It’s been four years after all — do you remember how the last World Championships shook out? It was a come from behind win for Great Britain’s Ros Canter, who has a shot at defending her title this year. [Looking Back… Eventing at Tryon 2018]
Let’s hear it for the Beginner Novice champions! It was their time to shine this weekend at the American Eventing Championships held at Rebecca Farm. [A Lasting Impression Lands Beginner Novice Winners in the Ribbons at #AEC2022]
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Alice Casburn: she’s 20 years old, she just rode a homebred to 5th place in her first Burghley, and she’s just made our list of coolest people on the planet.
Morning Viewing: Horse & Hound’s Lucy Elder caught up with some of Burghley’s top finishers:
Horse Show Log Book
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