Is there anything better to nurse an #EventingHangover than helmet cams? The answer is no! Relive the exciting day of cross country on Mike Etherington-Smith’s cross country course by taking a ride around Great Meadow International with Clayton Fredericks and Nicky Roncoroni.
Clayton Fredericks, the sole rider representing Australia in the FEI Nations Cup, jumped clear with 8 time penalties to finish 13th on 63.9 with FE Ophelia, a 10-year-old Zweibrucker mare owned by Kingfisher Park.
Nicky Roncoroni piloted Watts Burn, a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by Lorna McWilliam and Janey Barclay Roncoroni, to a clear round with 4.4 time penalties, finishing fourth as the highest-placed British combination.
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