Day 2 - Dressage complete a the European Championships for Ponies
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Saffie Osborne dressage pony euros 2018 10 Aug 18

Day 2 - Dressage complete a the European Championships for Ponies

The second day of dressage at the 2018 FEI European Championships for Ponies at Bishop Burton, East Yorkshire, saw more impressive scores from the Charles Owen Pony squad who maintain a podium position going in to tomorrow’s cross country phase along with four GB riders inside the top 20.

First in for Great Britain on the second day of dressage was individual rider Connie Gill and her own 10 year old mare Movie Star II who put in a great performance to post a score of 34.2 penalties to sit in 22nd place overnight.

Last year’s individual and team silver medallists Saffie Osborne and Lord and Lady Blyth’s Little Indian Feather got their 2018 Championship off to a strong start in the dressage with a score of 28 penalties for the Charles Owen Pony team, which sees them completing the first phase in fifth place individually. Finally team anchor Daisy Proctor produced a strong score on her own 14 year old gelding Holiday Chase to currently hold 12th place.

In the team competition the Charles Owen squad slip to the silver medal position on a score of 87.5 as the Germans dominated in the second day of dressage to not only move up to the gold medal position in the team standing with a score of 77.1 but also lie in the individual gold, silver and bronze medal placings as well as fourth place. France sit in team bronze with a score of 95.6.

Three GB riders took to the dressage arena for Thursday’s section of the dressage and after a second day of competition Ellie Healy now occupies sixth place on Midnight Dancer II (28.1), Hattie Grace and Vinnie Jones and Simon Grace’s Noble Superman in 16th (32.8) and Georgia King in 34th place on Anya Kolleth’s Drop the Subject (37.4).

Please note all scores and placings were correct at time of publishing, the full results – including any updates - can be found below:

Full individual results

Full team results

Cross country gets underway at Bishop Burton tomorrow; the start times will be posted HERE when they are available.


There will be a dressage highlights programme from 1.30pm tomorrow followed by the livestreaming of the cross country action. Find out more and watch the livestream tomorrow HERE.