British Masters
Four-in-Hand Series 2016

There was a sell out crowd on Saturday night for the first leg of The British Masters at Bury Farm Equestrian Village.

Daniel Naprous was victorious, ahead of Dick Lane in the race to qualify for Olympia, The London International Horse Show.

Sara Howe, driving her team of Welsh Ponies also put in a fantastic performance in their debut in the British Masters series.

The second leg took place the following day at Merrist Wood, this time with Dick Lane winning the competition.

This result sets up for a fierce showdown between the two drivers as they head towards the final.

Don't forget, the final will be held at Addington Manor Equestrian Centre on November 5th. It's free entry so put the date in your diary to cheer on the very best of British!

Scores on the Doors after the first two rounds of the 2016 British Masters 4-in-Hand Driving Series - Its all to play for!

With Dick Lipizzaner Lane and Daniel Naprous taking a win apiece into the final at Addington Manor on Saturday 5th November, it will come down to the wire to see who qualifies for Olympia, The London International Horse Show!

Who gets to compete at the World Cup at Olympia ?

Driver rankings - Total points are made up of the points gained at the best of the 2 legs (Bury Farm and Merrist Wood) plus the points gained at the Final at Addington.

If there is a tie, then the highest placed driver at the Final wins the series.


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