Kate Green has been an equestrian journalist for 25 years, reporting on the last four Olympics and writing eight books on eventing, including Mark Todd's new autobiography, 'Second Chance'.
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German team wins by more than 50 penalties over Britain and France.
Germany has nine-fence advantage going into jumping phase at Blair.
Just one cross-country stop covers the first four teams.
Ginny Elliot won three consecutive European titles with three horses.
Final countdown begins with 66 through first horse inspection.
Bumper competition expected at Blair Castle in Scottish Highlands.
Fairytale end to Burghley debut for Jung and Sam, their 21st international win.
Michael Jung’s Sam now leads as first ride takes a dip; Prices 2-3.
British rider draws level with first day leader Michael Jung.
Early lead to Burghley first-timer on FisherRocana, with Andrew Hoy 2nd.
Olympic and European champ to debut on renowned course.
German rider only .1 ahead of Kiwi rider Jonelle Price on Faerie Dianimo.
Leading local hope looks to extend series lead in German four-star.
Fox-Pitt wins Britain’s biggest eventing prize for the first time since 2004.
Final phase will be influential as leaders fly around cross-country.
Only five penalties cover the top 10 as riders look to cross-country phase.
Kiwi leads first-day Badminton Horse Trials field, with Jock Paget second.