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Out and about at Bolesworth International | Part three

Tuesday, 21 June 2016
CSI4* Bolesworth 2016

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Singing in the rain! Nick Skelton and the rest of the competitors had to cope with heavy rainfall during CSI4* Bolesworth International, but thanks to exceptional footing in the rings the ground remained dry while the same could not be said for riders and horses. Still, there were lots of smiles to be found! All photos (c) World of Showjumping. 

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Michel Hendrix is congratulated after winning the Grand Prix on Baileys.

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Thumbs up from Paul Hendrix, a proud dad!

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As if they were not wet enough already.... The riders on the podium soaked each other in champagne after the Grand Prix.

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Roberto Teran's face when going clear in the Grand Prix!

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And, his groom was equally happy.

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Despite being soaking wet, Gudrun Patteet was smiling from ear to ear after finishing 6th in the Grand Prix.

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Team Kraut was also pleased when coming out after a first clear round in the 1.60 competition.

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The smiles were on for the Ashford Farm team as well - after some good performances from all their riders: Here Stefanie van den Brink in Saturday's 1.45 ranking class together with chief-in-charge Enda Carroll.

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Geir 'Jimmy' Gulliksen joined his daughter Victoria with a clear round in Friday's GP qualifier, and celebrated like this!

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Thumbs up from Matthew Sampson.

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We tried to get them smile, but Denis Lynch and Robert Smith were slightly distracted.

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While Paddy Hughes from Horse First gives us his best!

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