Scott Brash won his home World Cup Jumping leg in London ©Getty Images

Scott Brash led a British one-two on home soil at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) World Cup Jumping leg at Olympia in London today. 

The Scot, who won an Olympic gold medal for Britain in the team jumping competition at London 2012, triumphed in the Western European League competition after 13 horse and rider combinations went clear to force a jump-off.

Brash then went clear again but went round on board Hello M'Lady in the quickest time of 38.73sec.

The top five all went double-clear, with Brash's team-mate Ben Maher the second fastest in the jump-off thanks to a time of 38.85sec with Diva II.

Maher was also a member of the London 2012 Olympic team champions.

Ben Maher claimed second place today ©Getty Images
Ben Maher claimed second place today ©Getty Images

Third place today went to Nicola Philippaerts of Belgium who rode H&M Harley vd Bisschop to a jump-off time of 39.07sec.

"It's nice to get a victory because she is an exceptional horse and she was really switched on to her job," Brash said to the BBC.

His home victory comes after he was forced to miss the Rio 2016 Olympics in August due to injuries to his top-two horses.

The World Cup leg was taking place as part of the London International Horse Show.