As Queen Laid to Rest – Italy Host World Equestrian Games for Eventing
Monday 19th September 2022 saw the state funeral procession, service and burial of Her Majesty, The Late Queen Elizabeth II. An historic event watched by millions across the world.
In a week where the world unified and stood still to remember the enormous part The Late Queen played on so many occasions during the last seventy years; in Italy, the final part of the World Equestrian Games was held for horse trial eventing and driving.
In Pratoni del Vivaro on the eastern side of the Italian capital Rome, eighty nine combinations came forward from twenty seven individual nations to compete for the horse trial eventing titles for both Team and Individual World Champions. As with all other FEI world games team events, there were four members for each team and the lowest score in each section of dressage, cross country and showjumping
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