Tally Ho! Zara Tindall splashes as she bounces back to form the Blenheim Horse Trials on day three after a bad show with Watkins yesterday
- Zara Tindall today achieved 26th place in the cross-country category at the SsangYong Blenheim Horse Trials
- She says that her horse Watkins has a & # 39; good little pony & # 39; is pretty confident after an interview & # 39; felt
- She is the first person free from her time in the cross country race at the palace in Oxfordshire
- Zara jumped from 74th place just two days after she became 38th in the dressage race in the four-day event
- This is just two weeks after she fell off her horse Class Affair during the Burghley Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire
Zara Tindall made the biggest jump in Blenheim with her horse Watkins, who saw her jump from 74th to 26th place today.
The queen's granddaughter was the first to be released within her time at the end of the cross-country category and described her beloved horse as & # 39; straight as a dive & # 39; during the SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials.
She picked herself up again on day three after a blowing defeat where she entered the dressage category on September 19.
Zara Tindall, 38, made a huge leap with her horse Watkins from 74th to 26th place in the cross-country category at the Blenheim Horse Trials in Oxford today
It was only two weeks ago when Zara fell off her horse Class Affair during the Burghley Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
The tests are spread over four days at the palace in Oxfordshire and this weekend is the organization of show jumping.
And the royal residence includes a shopping village, child-friendly demonstrations and gourmet snacks at the vintage-style stalls.
Zara told the Blenheim Trials: & # 39; [Watkins] a good little pony. Even if I pull his face, he's from & # 39; yes I'm still going to & # 39 ;.
She returned to the competition after the birth of her daughter Lena and has previously won a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics as part of the Great Britain Eventing Team and was named the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2006.
& # 39; He is very fast on his fences and away from his fences. He loves the ground. If we [all] jumped all the right things, I had a lot of confidence. He is a fast horse and he loves the hills. & # 39;
The mother of two has won a silver medal for Zara at the 2012 Summer Olympics as part of the Great Britain Eventing Team and was named the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2006.
She is married to rugby player Mike Tindall, 40, who is usually depicted with their children who support the sides.
The mother-of-two jumps over a competition jump during the Trials that have been running for more than 100 years today
Zara is in full concentration in the saddle during day 3, in the event that is divided into three phases – dressage, cross-country skiing and jumping competition from 19 to 22 September
She described Watkins as a & # 39; good little pony & # 39; and & # 39; immediately as a dive & # 39; during the Oxfordshire match today
Her success in the competition comes just two weeks after she fell off her horse Class Affair during the Burghley Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire
She put on a top hat and a traditional uniform as she went to the saddle of her horse Watkins during the dressage category where she came in 38th place
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