Little did she know.... Kay Neatham out walking the gorgeous Cornado NRW in the sunrain on Friday. The next day the stallion won the World Cup. Photos by World of Showjumping.
And here's the full brother in action at the same show; Cornado II with Christian Ahlmann in the saddle.
Ludger Beerbaum exercising Chaman outside.
Luca Moneta was a very happy man after finishing fourth in the 1.45 speed class on Saturday aboard Connery.
Charlie was back in action with Katharina Offel, and jumped a super Grand Prix round - unfortunately with the last fence down. It was a good weekend for the Ukranian rider who ended 10th in the World Cup after a first clear round on Lacontino.
Living legend Michael Whitaker.
Cristallo A LM continues to impress and was clear in the first round of the World Cup on Saturday with Julien Epaillard.
Michel Robert was present to help out Luca Moneta and Penelope Leprevost.
Another one who definetly is back; Reveur de Hurtebise HDC jumped his first Grand Prix in a long time and did a super job together with Kevin Staut to end fourth.
Cameras are on home rider Philippe Rozier after a clear first round in the Grand Prix on Rahotep de Toscane.
Egypt's Abdel Said and Gilles Betrand de Baland discussing the track before the Grand Prix.
Quite a few vetarans were in action this weekend; here's one of them - the 18 year old L'Espoir who is still going strong.
Guy Williams measuring up the Grand Prix track that he would later go on to tackle the best.