Henriette Andersen and Louis D’Or snatched grand prix victory from Kenneth Dyrby (USA) and Rholex on their first attempt at this level at The College Premier League.
Kenneth and Rholex went on to win the intermediaire ll.

Third place in the grand prix went to Carol Parsons and her own Shire/Thoroughbred, Giddy. Olympian and world medallist Jennie Loriston-Clarke, came out of retirement to ride Catherston Springsteen and finished fourth.

Catherston What A Dream, ridden by Rebecca Morris, won the six-year-old national qualifier and came second in the international qualifier, behind Kate Atlee on Ann Willetts’s Corbiere.

Emile Faurie and the de Savary family’s Revaldo won the intermediare I and then came second to Maria Eilberg and Topscore in the second intermediaire I. Darryl Thickitt and Watson 108 was third with Roland Tong and Jane Brewin’s Nadonna fourth.

Find out what lead to Jennie Loriston-Clarke’s return to the arena by reading this dressage report in full, complete with further analysis and fantastic photographs, in this Thursday’s Horse & Hound (26 April, ’07)