Hindle and Lancet were in fine form in Hong Kong
A fine performance from Emma Hindle on Lancet saw Great Britain take second place after the first day of the Olympic dressage event in Hong Kong.
Hindle, 33, scored 71.125%, moving into second in the individual qualifying behind Germany's Heike Kemmer.
Team-mate Jane Gregory produced a disappointing performance on Lucky Star, scoring 63.375%.
British dressage Rider of the Year for 2008 Laura Bechtolsheimer will compete on Thursday.
The 23-year-old recently achieved a record 75.33% score by a British rider in an international grand prix at Olympia.
Individual favourites Isabell Werth of Germany and Anky van Grunsven of the Netherlands also compete on Thursday.
The Netherlands lead the team standings with 70.250%, with Sweden in third on 66.583%.
Gregory admitted she had been disappointed with her below-par performance.
"I am cross with myself," she said. "It is very much inward frustration as I thought I could put him (Lucky Star) up to the scores we want.
"He probably read a little tension in me."