Zara Phillips tumbled from her horse during the Burghley Horse Trials, while husband Mike and daughters Mia and Lena watched earlier today.
The 38-year-old daughter of Princess Anne took part in the event in Stamford, Lincolnshire, when she fell during a jumping competition.
It came after husband Mike Tindall and their daughters were seen running around in the horse tests while his wife participated in a cross-country event.
Zara fell off her horse during the Leaf Pit jump while participating in the five-star equestrian sport event
Mike Tindall (photo) and his daughters Mia, five, (behind the stroller) and Lena, one (in the stroller) were previously spotted around the Burghley Horse Trials while his wife Zara participated
Zara Phillips, 38, fell off her horse during a competition at the Burghley Horse Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire, today
Spectators were shocked to see Princess Anne's daughter fall off her horse. The last time she participated in Stamford was in 2017 when she also fell
After a fall, Zara is escorted by a court judge. Earlier in the competition she was seen riding her horse Class Affair, which is owned by Gleadhill House Stud
Earlier in the competition, Zara rode her 10-year-old horse, Class Affair, owned by Gleadhill House Stud – when he made his debut in Burghley.
The mother of two was last in the horse tests in 2017 when she fell out of her horse High Kingdom and had to withdraw from the event.
Her husband Mike was brought around with cute sisters Mia, five and Lena, one while they spent the day at the event.
Mia wore a t-shirt and jeans as she rummaged and played with her father when the trio supported Zara who participated in the cross-country event at Class Affair.
Regaining her calmness, Zara stands up after her fall while husband Mike and daughters watch Lena and Mia
Zara was thrown off her horse at the same event that she had to withdraw from after a fall in 2017
Mike Tindall prowled around with adorable sisters Mia, five, and Lena, one, during today's event in Stamford, Lincolnshire. The trio is depicted as they play in the grass, accompanied by a nanny (center)
The playful trio was accompanied by Zara & # 39; s mother, Princess Anne, and her second husband Tim Lawrence (left)
Mike and his daughters seemed to enjoy the equestrian event, which attracts crowds of around 160,000 people.
The playful trio was accompanied by Zara & # 39; s mother, Princess Anne, and her second husband Tim Lawrence.
This weekend Zara hoped to improve her debut in 2003 when she finished second on her horse Toytown.
Mike and his daughter Mia seemed to enjoy the equestrian event, which attracts crowds of around 160,000 people
The mother of two was last in the horse tests in 2017 when she fell out of her horse High Kingdom and had to withdraw from the event. Depicted is Tim Lawrence who turns Mia upside down while father Mike watches
The five-star equestrian sport event is seen by leading riders around the world as their ultimate competitive goal and is a comprehensive test of the all-round ability of the horse and rider, consisting of dressage, cross-country and jumping competition
The five-star equestrian sport event is seen by leading riders around the world as their ultimate competitive goal and is a comprehensive test of the all-round ability of the horse and rider, consisting of dressage, cross-country and jumping.
She got back in the saddle when she started the race yesterday.
The queen's granddaughter was wearing a top hat and a dressage uniform while riding the ten-year-old Horse Class Affair, which made its debut at the five-star level.
Mia and grandfather Tim Lawrence took an informal walk while supporting Zara in the horse tests
Zara Tindall (photo), 38, was back in the saddle when she participated in the Burghley Horse Trials in Lincolnshire yesterday
The queen's granddaughter looked smart in a navy-high hat and dressage uniform while participating in the ten-year-old horse-class affair during the trials in Stamford
The daughter of the Princess Royal combined the smart jacket with double row of buttons with white pants and smiled as she drove the terrain
The Princess Royal's daughter combined a smart navy blue jacket with double row of buttons and white trousers, and looked like she meant business while elegantly driving the impressive track.
The mother of two tied her blonde hair back to keep it off her face and opted for minimal makeup for the equestrian event.
Zara is an avid rider and won a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics as part of the Great Britain Eventing Team.
The mother of two tied her blonde hair for the occasion and kept her makeup to a minimum
Zara (photo), the daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, took part in the event yesterday
The queen's granddaughter was a smile (left) when she participated yesterday – and was even pictured with a thumbs up
The 67-strong field of riders at the equestrian event is all aiming for the £ 95,000 grand prize from Burghley, with the competition starting on Thursday and ending on Sunday.
Zara is currently 11th in the rankings – and achieved her best Burghley result in 2003 at Toytown, when she became second after Pippa Funnell.
The Burghley Horse Trials were founded in 1961 and have since then the beautiful Burghley House as a background.
Zara is currently 11th in the rankings – she achieved her best Burghley result in 2003 at Toytown when she became second after Pippa Funnell. Depicted on horse, Class Affair
The 67-strong field of riders at the event is all aiming for the £ 95,000 grand prize from Burghley. The competition started on Thursday and ends on Sunday
It is also famous for its extensive shopping streets and is an important international equestrian and social event.
Zara is a serious international equestrian competitor, who won a gold medal at the European Eventing Championships in 2005 and also won a silver medal at the World Equestrian Games in 2006.
She was previously crowned the BBC Sports Personality of the Year and was nicknamed the Royal Olympian.
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