Britain holds the team gold and individual silver and bronze medal positions at the end of the dressage at the young rider eventing European Championships at Kreuth, Germany.

Emily Llewellyn (pictured) pulled off Britain’s best test this morning, scoring 43.8. She holds second place with Pardon Me II, the horse with whom she won junior team gold and individual bronze last year.

Britain’s other rider this morning was Dani Cuomo, who scored 51 to lie 11th equal with Ballin Willow, her ride in last year’s gold medal winning young rider team.

Last night’s leader Georgie Spence is now in bronze position with Skylight.

The individual gold medal position is filled by Germany’s Julia Krajewski on Lost Prophecy. This pair have already won the Schenefeld CIC** this year, as well as the CCI** at Hohenberg-Krusemark, and Julia is a former junior individual silver and team gold medallist.

In the team stakes Germany has now overtaken Switzerland, and lies just 5.5 penalties behind Britain’s Jump Savings-sponsored team going into tomorrow’s cross-country.

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

RESULTS AFTER DRESSAGE

1. Lost Prophecy (Julia Krajewski, GER) 43.5
2. Pardon Me II (Emily Llewellyn, GB team) 43.8
3. Skylight (Georgie Spence, GB team) 46.1

1. Britain 139.7
2. Germany 145.2
3. Switzerland 151.8

BRITISH RESULTS

8=. Uptons Who (Ben Hobday, GB team) 49.8
11=. Timing (Emily Galbraith, GB individual) 51
11=. Ballin Willow (Dani Cuomo, GB team) 51
29=. Lazy Acres Skip On (Sarah Stretton, GB individual) 56.3

Times and results from Kreuth.