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Badminton Horse Trials photos

Zara Phillips on Glenbuck

Day One: Zara Philips has a disappointing first ride, on Glenbuck, coming sixth in the dressage on Thursday

Zara Phillips on Ardfield Magic Star

Day Two: Things worsen for Phillips as she falls to 18th in the dressage riding Ardfield Magic Star, who finishes 76th

Andrew Hoy

Andrew Hoy of Australia, triple Olympic gold medallist seeking qualification for this year's Games, takes the lead on Friday

Andrew Hoy on Moon Fleet

Hoy, 49, rides Moon Fleet in the dressage - the horse has only started twice in the previous 12 months

Jo May on Faere Vision

Briton Jo May, following succes at both Luhmuhlen and Burghley in 2007, rides Faere Vision in the dressage

William Fox-Pitt on Tamarillo

William Fox-Pitt, riding Tamarillo, starts the second day of dressage in fifth place, six penalties off the lead

Zara Phillips on Glenbuck

Following two days of dressage, Zara Phillips and Glenbuck go into the cross country section before the jumping on day four

Ruth Edge falls from Muschamp Impala

Leading Briton Ruth Edge starts the day second only to Hoy but falls from Muschamp Impala at the lake during the cross country test

Lucy Wiegersma on Shaabrak

Lucy Wiegersma, who has impressed Great Britain's Olympic selectors on Shaabrak, enters the Cross Country in third place overall

Glenbuck, Zara Phillips

Final Day: Zara Phillips, in 13th place, parades Glenbuck, at final inspection before the Jumping Test

Spectators at Badminton

Umbrellas come out as the rain falls on Badminton and Frenchman Nicolas Touzaint begins the Jumping Test in first place

Daisy Dick on Hope Street

Daisy Dick, part of Great Britain's 2007 European Gold-winning team, rides Hope Street in the Show Jumping

Zara Phillips on Glenbuck

Although, by the final day, Zara Phillips is unlikely to win at Badminton her ride in the Jumping still draws the crowds

Lucy Wiegersma on Shaabrak

Lucy Wiegersma, again on Shaabrak during the Jumping, is Great Britain's best hope of gold, starting in second on the final day

Nicolas Touzaint

But it is double European Champion Nicolas Touzaint of France who celebrates winning Badminton on Hildago de L"Ile

see also
Touzaint seals Badminton triumph
04 May 08 |  Equestrian
Touzaint edges ahead of Wiegersma
03 May 08 |  Equestrian
Hoy leads as Phillips slides back
02 May 08 |  Equestrian
Phillips leads names at Badminton
29 Apr 08 |  Equestrian
Sport editors' blog
29 Apr 08 |  Other sport...
Equestrian sport on the BBC
05 Sep 07 |  Equestrian
Team GB for Beijing
29 Nov 07 |  Team GB

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