Sporting Digest: Equestrianism

Click to follow
The Independent Online
KRISTINA GIFFORD has gained her expected place on the three-day event short list for this year's World Equestrian Games. The 23-year-old is the only one of the 13 riders who is listed with two horses: Song and Dance Man, with whom she won the individual silver medal at last year's European Championships, and General Jock on whom she finished seventh at Badminton on Sunday.

BRITISH THREE-DAY EVENT SHORT LIST (for World Equestrian Games, The Hague, 27 to 31 July): C Bathe (The Cool Customer), H Bell (Troubleshooter), R Chaddock (Last of the Incas), K Dixon (Get Smart), V Elliot (Welton Houdini), K Gifford (Song and Dance Man and General Jock), A Harris (Ballycotton), P Muir (Archie Brown), T Pellet (Tom Tom), B Powell (Flying Tackle), C Sizer (Ghost Town), M Thomson (King William) and J Trevor-Roper (High Strider).