Britain claimed both gold medals today after the final show jumping phase of the young rider European Championships at Kreuth, Germany.

Emily Llewellyn (pictured) jumped clear on Pardon Me II to move up from second to take the individual gold and lead the Jump Savings-sponsored squad to team gold.

Ben Hobday also picked up an individual medal, rising from fifth overnight to collect the bronze with Uptons Who.

Dani Cuomo (Ballin Willow) added nothing to her dressage score to provide the final team mark to count, after Georgie Spence (Skylight) slipped down the order today with 12 jumping faults.

Britain’s two individual riders, Emily Galbraith and Sarah Stretton, also completed inside the top 20.

Don’t miss H&H on 9th October for a full report from the young rider European Championships and colour pictures.

FINAL RESULTS

1. Pardon Me II (Emily Llewellyn, GB team) 43.8
2. Lost Prophecy (Julia Krajewski, GER) 47.5
3. Uptons Who (Ben Hobday, GB team) 49.8

1. Britain 144.6
2. Germany 157.2
3. Italy 231.5

BRITISH PLACINGS

5. Ballin Willow (Dani Cuomo, GB team) 51
11. Timing (Emily Galbraith, GB individual) 57.4
14. Skylight (Georgie Spence, GB team) 58.1
20. Lazy Acres Skip On (Sarah Stretton, GB individual) 70.9

Results from Kreuth