The back drop for the competitions in Rome is stunning! Here Mario Stevens and Brooklyn 17 jumping over the open water. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
The legend that is John Whitaker rode a double clear round on Ornellaia as anchor rider, and secured victory for Great Britain.
Jumping the Colosseum.
Jessica Mendoza was the youngest rider on the British team, and did a fantastic first clear round aboard Spirit T.
Malin Baryard-Johnsson and H&M Cue Channa have really hit the right tone together, and finished with a double clear round for Sweden.
Eric Lamaze's Chacco Kid flying over the last fence.
Emerald N.O.P. looks to be in great shape, and jumped clear in the first round with Harrie Smolders in the saddle.
Kent Farrington's Voyeur was very eager to start as usual.
Kevin Staut and Reveur de Hurtebise HDC were clear in the first round for France.
Laura Kraut's only 9-year-old Zeremonie impressed, and jumped two very good rounds with only four faults in each.
Smiles from Tiffany Foster after a first clear for Canada on Tripple X III.
Lorenzo de Luca on Jos Lansink's former ride Ensor de Litrange LXII.
VDL Wizard stretching over an oxer for Callan Solem.
The amazing HH Azur was double clear for the US team with McLain Ward in the saddle.
Patrick Stühlmeyer in action for Germany.
This little horse is just amazing - flying over fences bigger than himself: Hermès Ryan.
Piergiorgio Bucci on Casallo Z was clear in the first round for the host nation.
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