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Day two of the dressage concludes at MI3DE

Ellyses Davis and Cassilis Park Pepper have set the pace in the  CCI1*, leading with a score of 27 - © Geoff McLean/Gone Riding Media

Ellyse Davis and Cassilis Park Pepper lead the CCI1* with a score of 27.00 at the MI3DE.

© Geoff McLean/Gone Riding Media

 

By Equestrian Life

View our gallery from Day One here.

View our gallery from Day Two here.

The second day of dressage at the Saddleworld Melbourne International 3-Day Event saw the CCI3* and CCIJ1* competitors in action, as well as the second half of the draw for the CCI2* and CCI1*.

Jessica Woods and Just De Manzana from New Zealand lead the CCI3* class with a score of 28.5. Jessica will be looking to emulate NZ’s success at last year’s event, with compatriot Jock Paget taking out the CCI3* in 2017. Gemma Tinney and Annapurna are currently in second place on 29.6, while Victorian Rohan Luxmoore and Bells N Whistles are in third on 29.8.

FULL DRESSAGE RESULTS FROM CCI3* HERE

In the CCI2*, Samuel Jeffree has taken the lead on Jaybee Calypso on 25.20; in second is Tim Boland and Napoleon on 26.00. Stuart Tinney is in third place on 26.30 riding Celebration. Overnight leaders from the first day of dressage, Madeline Wilson and Aces High, have dropped to fourth on 29.30.

FULL DRESSAGE RESULTS FROM CCI2* HERE

Day one leaders Ellyse Davis and Cassilis Park Pepper remain at the top of the leader board in the CCI1* with their score of 27.00 proving too hard to beat. They’re just ahead of Sophie Drake and Grandjany on 27.70, with Meg Bishop and Sovereign Venture in third on 29.10.

FULL DRESSAGE RESULTS FROM CCI1* HERE

In the CCIJ1* it’s very close at the top of the lead board: Zoe Hutchinson leads on Valinco with 33.6 penalties, just ahead of Sophie Bennett and Branigans Irish Connection on 33.7.

FULL DRESSAGE RESULTS FROM CCIJ1* HERE

The CIC3* dressage was completed yesterday, with Amanda Ross and Koko Popping Candy holding the lead over Shane Rose and Virgil.

All classes will contest the cross country phase tomorrow. Stay tuned for results!

VIEW ALL RESULTS HERE

 

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