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Burghley Horse Trials showjumping: 8 must-read tales

  • The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2022 came to a conclusion today, with victory for Piggy March and Vanir Kamira. Here is a round-up of the key stories you won’t want to miss from Sunday, 4 September

    Vanir Kamira became the third mare to win Burghley Horse Trials after lowering one of the two fences she had in hand, with Piggy March on board.

    British first-timer Tom Jackson produced the best result of his career as runner-up.

    Tim and Jonelle Price rounded off the top four.

    The youngest rider in the competition finished an eye-catching fifth, but says she’s not as cool a customer as she looks.

    There were nerve-wracking moments, too, for top-10 contender Bubby Upton at the final horse inspection.

    It was a fairytale completion for one horse, whose dam came from a trekking centre.

    It’s not all about the rosettes: Hollie Swain’s hothead first-timer just about controlled his anxiety to show promise for future five-stars

    And another Burghley debutant fulfilled a lifetime’s dream.

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