The Prices are in fine form at the end of the first day of competition at the Camphire International Horse Trials in Ireland.

Tim is handy in both the CCI3* and CIC3* classes, sitting in second in the CCI3* aboard Ascona M after scoring 27.6 in the dressage. Jesse Campbell and Cleveland are in fourth on 29.1 with Tim in fifth on Kincooley Cruising with 29.9. Blyth Tait and Dassett Courage are well in touch in eighth place on 30.8 with Jonelle and Kindred Spirit on 37.

Alex Hua Tian (CHINA) and Don Genior lead the class on 22.8.

In the CIC3*, Tim and Bango are in third on 27.7 with Blyth and Leo Distinction in 10th on 35.
Jonelle and Hester lead the CCI2* on 26 penalty points, with James Avery aboard Mr Sneezy right behind in second with their 26.8 score.

James and Seaflower lead the CCI1* with 25 with Holly Swain and Solo in 12th on 33.8.
Tomorrow there is a second day of dressage across the grades with a number of Kiwi combinations still to come.


The horse details:
Dassett Courage – owned by Thomas Barr, Sally Grant and Blyth Tait
Kincooley Cruising – owned by Susan Lamb
Ascona M – owned by Suzanne Houchin, Lucy and Ben Sangster and Sir Peter Vela
Kindred Spirit II – owned by the Kindred Spirit Syndicate
Leo Distinction – owned by Julia and Fiona Fraser, Jane Lovell-Smith and Blyth Tait
Ringwood Sky Boy – owned by Varenna Allen, Robert Taylor and Tim Price
Bango – owned by Numero Uno Syndicate
Mr Sneezy – owned by Tiny Clapham and Ian and Heidi Woodhead
Hester – owned by Lucy Nelson
Solo – owned by John Bodeham
Seaflower – owned by Elizabeth Edwards

By Diana Dobson – HP Media Liaison