Olympic Silver Medallist and winner of the 2018 CCI2* riding his horse Ultimate Velocity wins the R.M. Williams CIC3* also, finishing on 46.10. Shane has always been successful in Adelaide, winning the CCI4* in 2004 and 2015. He isn’t competing in the CCI4* this year, instead focusing on developing his 2 younger horses who are coming through the ranks, and he’s looking forward to Tokyo.
He has identified this weekend’s MM Australian International Three-Day Event as a crucial step in the preparation for the 2020 Tokyo games.
Rose has just recovered from a shoulder injury, but to Rose it was a minor complaint to add to a long list of injuries.
Callum Buczak from Victoria riding Matavia Cheval finished in 2nd place with 49.90 penalties. He had 2 fences down, but came in under time and he would be very pleased to take 2nd place behind an experienced Olympian.
Victorian professional rider Andrew Cooper – had 4 penalties, riding Oaks Onyx, to take 3rd place finishing on 57.60.
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