It wasn’t all plain sailing at Bramham Horse Trials this weekend (11-14 June) for the eventers who headed north for the Yorkshire event. While 27-year-old Flora Harris and Bayano stormed to victory in the CCI3*, others had a few stickier moments and a number of photographers were well-positioned to catch the action… We bring you the You’ve Been Framed moments of Bramham 2015.

Bramham Horse Trials: thrills and spills

Sit tight! Pippa Funnell and the 16.1hh, nine-year-old Sandman 7 survive a hairy moment in the showjumping, but they make an impressive recovery to go clear around the rest of the course and finish in sixth place.

Pippa Funnell - Sandman 7 - Bramham 2015

France’s Regis Prud Hon and the 15-year-old grey gelding Debiut add some flare to their cross-country round

Oliver Townend and the 16.1hh gelding Dunbeau have a tricky moment at the brush into water at fence 13, picking up expensive penalties for this run out.

Rosalind Canter and the 17hh gelding Allstar B make an impressive recovery after this hairy looking moment at the first part of the combination at fence 15, finishing in 21st place.

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But it was fence 12, the Kidney ponds, that proved particularly influential (or unlucky) on the CCI3* track

Emma Silman and the 10-year-old gelding Sillogue Cailiocht hit the deck in the Bishop Burton College Under 25 CCI3*

Emma Silman (GBR) & Sillogue Cailiocht

Going, going… Jack Paget and the 16.3hh gelding Shady Grey have a tricky moment…

Jonathan Paget (NZL) & Shady Grey

…before Jock parts company with his mount.

Jonathan Paget (NZL) & Shady Grey

France’s Helene Vattier and the 12-year-old Quito De Baliere lose their balance…

Helene Vattier (FRA) & Quito De Baliere

…before Helene comes out the side door. And with Quito De Baliere standing at 17.2hh, it’s a long way to fall

Helene Vattier (FRA) & Quito De Baliere

Sweden’s Katrin Norling clings onto Zarina Cora…

Katrin Norling (SWE) & Zarina Cora

…but the water beckons (with ducks looking on)

Katrin Norling (SWE) & Zarina Cora

Don’t miss our full report from Bramham in the 18 June issue of Horse & Hound magazine