OBOS Cooley continued his impressive run of results by taking 2nd place in the 8/9yo Advanced class. He was one of only two in the section of 55 to post a sub-30 first phase score and a clear in the show jumping meant he started cross country in the lead. He added 4 time penalties to his score but it wasn’t quite enough to win.
Seapatrick Dark Cruise was back in excellent form for his first run since Tattersalls. He only added cross country time faults to his dressage score of 28.6 to finish in 4th place in his Advanced section.
Cooley Top Cat stepped up to Intermediate level for the first time, scoring 33.9 for his dressage despite an inability to poo and canter at the same time, followed by a steady double clear.
Belco HRS was back in action for the first time in 14 months, enjoying a steady run in the Open Novice.
The only blip was Quarrycrest Echo, who scored 30.7 in his first Advanced dressage test and rolled one pole in the show jumping but took against a triple brush at fence 8 on the cross country.