We are counting down to the top 25 show jumping at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, which will start at 2:30 p.m. BST/9:30 a.m. EST. Scores are tightly bunched at the top of the leaderboard, and none of the pairs in the top 10 have a rail in hand to remain in their current position.
Which riders have the best show jumping record at CCI4* level? Which riders have the worst? Which horses are the most likely to leave all the poles in the cups? EN crunched the numbers on the top 10 to give you what you need to know ahead of the show jumping finale.
You can watch all the action live on The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials Official Facebook Page. Click here for the show jumping order.
10 NUMBERS YOU NEED TO KNOW
17 – Tom McEwen (7th) and Toledo de Kerser have had only one rail down in 17 international show jumping rounds.
11 – Nereo has jumped clear show jumping rounds in six of his last 11 CCI4* completions with Andrew Nicholson (6th). But prior to his win at Badminton this spring, he had not jumped a clear round since Badminton in 2013.
10 – In her 10 career CCI4* completions, Piggy French (5th) has jumped clear show jumping rounds twice. She sits fifth with Vanir Kamira.
7 – Lynn Symansky (8th) and Donner have jumped clear show jumping rounds in two of their seven CCI4* completions.
6 – Tim Price (4th) has jumped clear show jumping rounds in six of his last 15 completions at CCI4* level. Ringwood Sky Boy has jumped clear in two of his seven CCI4*.
5 – Boyd Martin (9th) and Steady Eddie average 5 show jumping penalties in their four completions at CCI3/CCI4* level.
4 – Izzy Taylor (3rd) and Trevidden have jumped clear show jumping rounds in four of their seven international runs together.
3 – Gemma Tattersall (2nd) and Arctic Soul have jumped clear show jumping rounds in three of their four CCI4* completions, including at Burghley in 2014.
2 – In their three CCI4* completions, Tina Cook (10th) and Star Witness have jumped clear in show jumping twice.
1 – In his last 15 show jumping rounds at CCI4* level, overnight leader Oliver Townend has jumped clear only one time and averages more than three rails down. Ballaghmor Class has jumped clear in three of his last four international runs.