World Showjumping Championships day two: when the Brits and Irish will ride

  • The start lists have been published for today’s (11 August) team competition at the Agria FEI World Showjumping Championships — with Britain drawn last to go.

    Britain has changed its order with Ben Maher and Faltic HB, who were in 10th place overnight, first to go for the team. Yesterday’s pathfinders Joe Stockdale and Equine America Cacharel are second, followed by Harry Charles and Romeo 88, with Scott Brash and Hello Jefferson, who come into this round in second place, last to go.

    Ireland has been drawn 10th, and keeps the same order as today.

    After yesterday’s speed class, all combinations carry their penalties with them to this second qualifier for tomorrow’s team final.

    The class starts at 1pm local time (12pm UK time) and exact times for riders have not been released but allowing two minutes per rider, with breaks, the approximate times are:

    World Showjumping Championships approx times: British riders

    • Ben Maher and Faltic HB: approx 2.22pm local time, 1.22pm UK time
    • Joe Stockdale and Equine America Cacharel: approx 3.42pm local time, 2.42pm UK time
    • Harry Charles and Romeo 88: approx 5.06pm local time, 4.06pm UK time
    • Scott Brash and Hello Jefferson: approx 6.24pm local time, 5.24pm UK time

    Irish riders:

    • Denis Lynch and Brooklyn Heights: approx 1.18pm local time, 12.18pm UK time
    • Bertram Allen and Pacino Amiro: approx 2.46pm local time, 1.46 UK time
    • Cian O’Connor and C Vier 2: approx 4.38pm local time, 3.38pm UK time
    • Daniel Coyle and Legacy: approx 6.02pm local time, 5.02 UK time

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