Join the world’s best showjumpers as they walk the course for this afternoon’s individual qualifier at D’Ornano stadium.

The top four riders after today’s jumping will go forward to the final on Sunday, where all the riders will swap horses and start on a clean slate – the rider with the fewest faults at the end of the day wins!

If you enjoyed this gallery, why not ‘walk’ some more courses?

Walk the WEG eventing cross-country and showjumping courses

17Horse & Hound’s eventing editor Pippa Roome brings you pictures of every fence on both the cross-country and showjumping courses, and shares her thoughts on the challenges being faced by horse and rider at the 2014 World Equestrian Games.

 

Walk the Burghley 2014 cross-country course

Olympic Horse ShoeTake a look at every fence on the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials cross-country course. It’s a true four-star with some big fences and some interesting tweaks and additions for this year. “It’s a big course and it will need a special horse to get around it,” said this year’s Badminton winner Sam Griffiths prior to riding round the course.

Walk the Badminton 2014 cross-country course

fence1_badminton14pn_12080 Badminton Horse Trials Cross Country Fences, GloucestershTake a look at every fence on the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 4-star cross-FENCE 1: ASX STARTERcountry course. This year’s course was designed by Giuseppe della Chiesa, who introduced a number of new fences. Two fences were removed from the course due to the conditions.

 

Walk the RIHS intermediate working hunter course at Hickstead 2014

img_0059Here are pictures of the fences that intermediate working hunter competitors faced at the Royal International Horse Show (RIHS) in ring 5 on Sunday 3 August. As you will see, the fences are quite unusual and incorporate replicas of those found in the famous main arena at Hickstead, including banks and ditches. The class was won by Jasean Sprggett riding Mrs Melanie Banks-Browne’s Kidside Ferguson.