Andrew Nicholson has topped the British Eventing top 100 list for the 11th time.

The New Zealander sealed victory by picking up 130 points for finishing sixth at Pau, leaving him with a total of 1,937 points, 51 more than Oliver Townend.

William Fox-Pitt (1,185) and Lucy Wiegersma (1,015) are the only other riders to have earned more than 1,000 points this year.

Oliver’s ride, Flint Curtis topped the horse rankings with 378 points. The Salmons’ Lord Killinghurst, Andrew’s top horse, was second with 374 points.

European team gold and individual silver medallist Call Again Cavalier, owned by Edwin and Sue Davies and Janette Chinn, and ridden by Mary King, was third (346 points).

This news story was first published in Horse & Hound (22 November, ’07)