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4* Leader board changes ahead of the final day

4* Leader board changes ahead of the final day

After several queries from riders, the ground jury have reviewed the official on-course cameras and made some alterations to the scores, which have affected the leader board of the Mitsubishi Motors CCI4*. Amanda Pottinger from NZL, riding Just Kidding has moved in to first place on 47.20 penalty points and Hazel Shannon (NSW) riding Willinga Park Clifford on 51.50 penalty points.  Emily Gray has moved to third position, on 67.30 penalty points. With a rail in hand, will Amanda Pottinger be the first Adelaide first timer to win the CCI4* in 17 years???  Matthew Grayling in 2001 was the last person to win as a first timer here.  Hazel Shannon and WillingaPark Clifford, have a chance to be the first ever horse to win the CCI4* twice. They jumped clear here last year and the year before. They are 4.3 pens behind and a clear round would keep pressure on the leader.  This sets an exciting scene for the final day of the 2018 Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day Event. Hashtags: #GillRidesWithUs #MMAus3de Facebook: www.facebook.com/aus3de Full list of results are now available to view on the Aus3de website www.australian3de.com.au ENDS Media Facebook: www.facebook.com/aus3de ENDS Media Enquires: Tricia Flowers PR & Media Manager E:...
What a difference a day makes (4* Cross Country results)

What a difference a day makes (4* Cross Country results)

The 2018 Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day Event provided a great competition for spectators today as the CCI4* field saw the placings move spectacularly around. Mike Etherington-Smith’s CCI four-star cross-country course asked many questions for the field of 24 horses and riders that started the cross-country phase of the event today, with many not having the answers and seeing them exiting the competition with elimination. In an extremely rare occurrence, after finishing in bottom place yesterday, Emily Gray on her 14-year old bay gelding ‘Jocular Vision’ moved up 24 spots to top of the Leader board as the CCI4* Qantas Cross Country phase ends, sitting on 67.30 penalty points. Leading the competition after the cross country, Emily says “I knew this wasn’t going to be a dressage competition for us, we were definitely looking ahead to the Cross Country.  I had my plan in my head.  It was a tough track, I didn’t know what had happened out there, and I wanted to stick to my own plan.” “Heading in to tomorrow’s last day – I have a positive mindset and I’ve just got to stay confident”, said Emily. Event Director Belinda Lindh says “it was a testing four-star course and it challenged the competitors skills today, in particular the new riders to the four-star level”. Sonja Johnson from WA is sitting in second place, exactly where she was sitting this time last year with her horse Misty Isle Valentino, on 67.80 penalties.  Sonja says, “Mike has done a great job designing the course this year, it keeps developing each year, and I hope it keeps evolving in...
Samuel Jeffree and Jaybee Calypso lead the Horseland CCI2** after Cross Country

Samuel Jeffree and Jaybee Calypso lead the Horseland CCI2** after Cross Country

Our top 5 Horseland CCI2** leader board looks like this after the Cross Country phase 1 – Samuel Jeffree riding Jaybee Calypso 33.10 2 – Emma Mason riding Aramatai Fox 34.40 3 – Shane Rose riding Easy Turn 34.90 4 – Niki Rose riding Glenorchy South Park 35.0 5 – Amanda Ross riding Dondiablo 35.20 Full results can be found on our website : https://australian3de.com.au/results/ Image courtesy of Michelle Terlato Photography...
Spectator Judging – SAP puts Fans at the heart of the action ️

Spectator Judging – SAP puts Fans at the heart of the action ️

SAP puts Fans at the heart of the action at the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day Event in Adelaide this week. ️ Together with SAP, the world’s leader in enterprise application software, the organisers of the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day Event are proud to present fans with the opportunity to become an integral part of the action. Get in the Judge’s Seat for Dressage Ever wanted to show your expertise and become a co-judge? Now it’s your turn! With the Spectator Judging app you can get into the judge’s seat and score the athletes in real-time. Check your results immediately and compare it to the average spectator result as well as the official judge’s result. Which obstacles will be knocked the most, how many clear rounds can we expect, who will win the class and who is your favourite rider? Now it’s your turn with the Spectator Judging App. We’ll keep you updated on the predictions of the audience, and you can check your results in in the app ☺️...
Cross Country App’s Guided Course Walk with Course Designer Mike Etherington-Smith

Cross Country App’s Guided Course Walk with Course Designer Mike Etherington-Smith

The 2018 Mitsubishi Motors AI3DE Qantas Cross Country Day is underway in Adelaide’s east parklands. Check out CrossCountry App‘s guided course walk of the Mitsubishi Motors Australia CCI4* course with course designer Mike Etherington-Smith 🐴🐴 #MMAus3de #eventing #jumping #crosscountry For more information visit www.australian3de.com.au. Facebook: www.facebook.com/aus3de ENDS Media Enquires: Tricia Flowers PR & Media Manager E: media@australian3de.com.au  ...
Fresh faces in Top 3 after Day 1 of the CCI4*

Fresh faces in Top 3 after Day 1 of the CCI4*

We have 3 fresh faces in the top 3 positions after Day 1 of the CCI 4* competition – after the Pryde’s EasiFeed Dressage phase. Katie Taliana (NSW) in first place riding to a score of 68,97% with 31 penalties, Emma Bishop (NSW), 68.5% with 31.5 penalties in second place and Lauren Brown (WA) in third place 67.70% with 32.30 penalties – Aussie Girl Power! Katie is a member of the Generation Next HP squad for Eventing and has previously worked for Zara Phillips in the UK.  She purchased her beloved horse Trevalgar II in the UK for 1000 pounds and brought him back to Australia. Katie says ‘he is amazing, he is such a good boy and will do anything I ask of him.  He’s been a bit tricky over the last 12 months, but he was back to his normal self today’. When asked how she feels about sitting in first place after day one, she says ‘I’m a bit excited – I’m stoked actually!  The first time I came here, I really wanted to do well in the dressage and I came fourth.  This year he has just got better and better and I’m really excited’. Second place Emma is also a member of the Generation Next HP squad for Eventing and first competed at Adelaide in 2002 when it was a 3* and she won the CCI2* at Adelaide in 2017 on Warrego Marco Polo. This is Emma’s first 4-star competition for several years – she last competed in 4 star 10 years ago.  Her horse CP Issey Miyake, named after a brand of perfume,...