Julie Andrews from Preston, Lancashire with the 12 year-old bay gelding Ayrton IV, owned by Eva Bjorkman
Alison Barton from Bradford, Yorkshire with the 10 year-old chestnut mare Roma IV, owned by Gaye Hartley
Jessica Dimmock from Northamptonshire with the 9 year-old bay mare Cybel II, owned by Jane Knight
Harriet Nuttall from Yeovil, Somerset with the 13 year-old chestnut gelding A Touch Imperious, owned by Rupert Nuttall
Louise Saywell from Retford, Nottinghamshire with the 9 year-old bay gelding Dassler, owned by Billy Twomey
Phillip Spivey from Ipswich, Suffolk with the 9 year-old bay mare Darya I Nur, owned by Gregory Forrest and Phillip
The Nations Cup competition takes place on Friday 12th May at 17:15 hrs local time and the Grand Prix will be on Sunday 14th May at 13:00 hrs local time. The Chef d’Equipe accompanying the team will be World Class Performance Manager for Showjumping, Di Lampard.
For further information on the show and full results once the show is underway, visit www.drammenspringtour.com. Full information in respect of the FEI Nations Cup series can be found by visiting www.fei.org.
British Showjumping would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Senior Nations Cup Teams along with the Children, Junior and Young Rider teams.
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For further information, visit www.naf-equine.eu/uk/index.jsp.
The GBR showjumping teams are supported by the British Equestrian Federation’s World Class Programme, funded by UK Sport through the National Lottery. The Programme focuses on identifying talent, developing potential and maximising medal-winning performances on the world stage.