Chatsworth International 2022 is underway | An Eventful Life

Chatsworth International 2022 is underway

   Ros Canter and Izilot DHI

 

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Fresh from her second place at Badminton, Ros Canter has de-camped to another beautiful British estate, this time at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire to lead the top class

Ros and her very talented young horse Izilot DHI lead the CCI4*-S class after the first day of dressage with a score of 23.3 ahead of Izzy Taylor riding Hartacker (26.8) and Gemma Tattersall riding Flash Cooley (27.4)

Ros and Izzy also have two more horses in the top six with Ros riding Pencos Crown Jewel in fifth place and Izzy's Ringwood Madras in sixth

 

   Izzy Taylor and Hartacker

 

The first of the Advanced sections also completed their dressage today with Emilie Chandler riding Gortfadda Diamond in the lead while the combinations contesting the second Advanced section and two Novice sections take to the dressage arena on Saturday

The CCI4* and Advanced sections all run cross country and complete show jumping on Sunday

The four CCI2* sections are led by Ireland’s Austin O’Connor riding Silver Don (Section A), Emma Lawton riding Mantra (Section B), Piggy March riding Brookfield Future News (Section C) and Mollie Summerland riding Flow 7 (Section D).

The Duchess of Devonshire has something to celebrate in these sections with her big grey horse Chatsworth Diamond currently in third place of the Section B, ridden by the CCI4* and Advanced class cross country course designer here Ian Stark OBE.

David Evans has designed the CCI2* and Novice cross country courses that the riders will tackle on Saturday

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Interim results here

 

Gemma Tattersall riding Flash Cooley (above) and The Netherlands' Andrew Heffernan breaks the British female hold on the top six places, currently in fourth place on Gideon II