Britain’s Isabella Innes Ker has topped the dressage standings at the last International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup Eventing competition of the season after all of today's riders failed to better her score from yesterday in Boekelo in The Netherlands.
Innes Ker and horse Carolyn had posted a score of 42.00 points, which the United States' Lauren Kieffer came closest to matching with 42.10 on Meadowbrook's Scarlett.
Australia’s Paul Tapner and Bonza King of Rouges fell from second place to third with 42.20 points, while New Zealand's Sir Mark Todd and Australia's Emma Dougall leapfrogged Tapner's compatriot Sam Griffiths, who was sitting third at the end of yesterday on 43.60.
Sir Mark has a score of 42.30 points, with Dougall on 42.60.
Australia lead the team standings on 128.40 points, followed by Germany on 135.50 and Britain on 139.00.
Tomorrow sees attention turn to cross-country.
Britain, France and Germany are all battling it out for the overall FEI Nations Cup Eventing crown with the winner due to be officially decided on Sunday (October 9).
The competition in the Dutch village is the ninth event on the FEI Nations Cup calendar.
The seven best results from each nation count towards the overall standings, with 100 points awarded for first place.
In case of a tie in the final classification, the tie will be decided in favour of the nation that has participated in a greater number of events.