Over 15,000 people are expected to attend the biggest day of the five day event at Tattersalls tomorrow with a further 10,000 expected on Sunday to see the finale, which will feature more cross country action as well as show jumping.

Ireland currently lie in third place in the FEI Eventing Nations’ Cup, with France in the lead and Britain second.

Italian Vittoria Panizzon on her horse Chequers Play The Game are leading the main 3 star event (CCI3*) with a score of 34.5 with Irish rider Tegan White best of the Irish in 17th place on an overnight score of 53.60.

The shorter format 3 star event (CIC3*) started today and overnight leader is French rider Luc Chateau on his Propiano de l’Ebat with a score of 36, with Irish rider Sarah Ennis hot on his heels in second on her horse Horseware Stellor Rebound with a score of 36.5.

The 2 star competition (CCI2*) is currently being led by New Zealander Tim Price on Kilcooley Cruising with a score of 38.3 going into the cross country tomorrow, with Sligo man Donncha Anhold best of the Irish with a score of 48.1.

Livestreaming from Tattersalls will be available at this link.

Jack Burns