All jumpers passed trot up

Thirty jumping horses were presented to the ground jury this afternoon, and all of them passed the final horse inspection. The top 25 will proceed to tomorrow morning’s competition, and the five extra horses were presented in case any of the top 25 dropped or pulled out.

The jumping riders certainly do not dress to impress, with most opting for jodhpurs and polo shirts.

Here’s a gallery of some of our favourites from this afternoon’s ‘jog.’

Marcus Ehning and Pret A Tout from Germany, in 12th at the moment
In 29th place, and probably not needed to jump tomorrow is Australia’s Jamie Kermond, and Yandoo Oaks Constallation
Leader at the moment, Germany’s Sone Blum with DSP Alice
Chardonnay, with Max Kuhner from Austria, going into the final day in second place
Martin Fuchs, with Clooney, in 3rd place currently
Lorenzo De Luca from Italy with Irenice Horta, currently in 4th place
Fredrik Jonsson and Cold Play from Sweden, in 7th place
Danielle Goldstein and Lizziemary from Israel, in 8th place
Bianca, being a bit feisty down the runway for Steve Gerdaut from Switzerland
Steve Gerdaut from Switzerland with Bianca, currently in 9th place
Gorgeous Guabri de I’Isle, with Pedro Veniss from Brazil, currently in 10th place
Rowan Willis and Blue Movie are in 11th place for Australia
The only Brit in the next round, Amanda Derbyshire and Luibanta BH, in 15th place
Peder Fredricson and H&M Christian K from Sweden, in 18th place.
The leader going into the next round is DSP Alice, with Simone Blum from Germany
Australia’s Billy Raymont and Oaks Redwood are in 23rd position
A few of the photographers at the end of the trot up
Harrie Smolders, Don VHP Z NOP from Netherlands is currently in 14th place