The Queen's granddaughter, Zara Tindall, has been seen participating in the SsangYong Blenheim Horse Trials only 12 weeks after welcoming her second daughter.
The tests, which last more than four days with three phases including dressage, cross-country and show jumping, are an event firmly established in the riding calendar.
Zara, who is the daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, was seen tackling the show that easily jumps on her Class Affair horse.
The 37-year-old royalty shone today while competing in tests at the Marlborough Main Arena in front of the Blenheim Palace.
Zara Tindall has been seen competing in the horse jumping at the SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials, an event that has been running for more than 100 years
The trials include three phases: dressage, cross-country and show jumping, and run for four days
Zara, who is the daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, was seen approaching the show that easily jumps on her horse Class Affair
Zara's horse race was suspended during her pregnancy, but seems to be in full swing, after she returned when baby Lena was eight weeks old.
The queen's granddaughter, who is also the mother of four-year-old Mia, gave birth to her baby daughter Lena on June 18 and has already competed in three equestrian events.
The Blenheim Palace Horse Trials have been running since 1990, attracting the best riders in the world and thousands of spectators each year.
She had him ride again at Wellington's horse trials in Hook, Hampshire, before competing in a three-day event at Somerford Park.
Zara Tindall looked radiant while competing in the Dressage on Class Affair at Blenheim Horse Trials, Oxfordshire
Zara Tindall rides Class Affair in the dressage of SsangYong Blenheim Horse Trials in Blenheim Palace. This is her fourth high profile event since she gave birth to her second daughter, Lena, in June.
Speaking in a recent video interview as an ambassador for Land Rover, the mother of two children shared how the birth had affected her: "The first time in my body I was in a state of shock.
"It was like," "what the hell did you do to me?" Before adding: "But recently I did a couple of competitions and actually I feel good".
Zara, married to former rugby star Mike Tindall, 39, has not ruled out a second Olympiad either.
The mother of two children seems delighted to return to the chair after her equestrian career was suspended during her pregnancy.
Zara stopped momentarily to check her phone, while an assistant made sure her horse stayed firm as she prepared to take part in the Blenheim Horse Trials at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
The Real won a silver medal with the GB equestrian team in London 2012 and said that the desire to compete at the highest level is still strong.
In a cheerful video for the car brand, she told interviewer David Flatman, whom she referred to as & # 39; Flats & # 39 ;: & # 39; Be in London, the crowd, all the Olympic experience, I can not tell you, it gives me goosebumps talk about that. It's amazing. & # 39;
In July, Zara revealed for the first time that she had suffered the second "very early" abortion and had never announced it to the public.
She explained: "You have to go through a period where you do not talk about that because it's too crude," he told the Sunday Times about his decision to keep the news private.
Zara pushing her little daughter Lena in her stroller at Whately Manor International Horse Trials in Gatcombe Park earlier this month
It is unclear when Zara's miscarriage occurred, but it would have happened between December 2016 and October 2017, when she became pregnant with Lena.
The real, 37, added that the most difficult part of her first miscarriage, in December 2016, was having to tell the world, but she found comfort in people writing to her saying they had gone through the same experience.
Zara said: "In our case, it was something that was really weird, it was nature that said:" This is not right ".
"I had to go through having the baby because I was very advanced."
It was thought that Zara was around four months pregnant at the time of her first miscarriage.
Zara's four-year-old daughter Mia Tindall, represented at Whately Manor's international horse races in Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire, is a regular event at her mother's sporting events.
The equestrian champion, who was named Sports Personality of the Year in 2006, said her older brother Peter Phillips was very "protective" of her and that he was "worried", as was her husband Mike when he had to go through that again.
& # 39; Everyone was there. It was a time when my family jumped into the fray and I needed them, "he said.
She added: "It's hard for the guys, it's a different feeling of loss, right?"
With Mia ready to start school in September and with Lena to take care of, Zara said she would go back and do it all over again, and added: "It's fine right now."
Zara and her husband Mike at Prince Harry's wedding at Windsor Castle one month before she gave birth to her second daughter, Lena
At the time of her first miscarriage, Zara was thought to have been four months pregnant, and the baby was expected to arrive in late spring.
Breaking his silence last year about his devastating loss, Mike, the former captain of Gloucester Rugby and England said: "One thing you learn is how many other people have to go through the same thing."
The former rugby player continued: "The saving grace for us has been Mia, but we feel that she will come running down to our faces.
Describing the response of the public when her first miscarriage was published, she said: "Surprisingly, many people wrote to us and said they had gone through the same thing … it really happens a lot."