They are a clear round machinery; Gerco Schröder and Glock's London show again and again why they belong together. In Friday's Nations Cup they produced one of three double clears. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.
Patrice Delaveau was clear in the first round for France...
...but suffered from a bad fall in the second round. Carinjo HDC took a run around the arena after the unfortunate fall in the triple combination. Luckily it went well with horse and rider, and there were no serious injuries.
It started off well for Denis Lynch and Coulisa, with a four fault round - but in round two the pair had sixteen penalties.
Yuri Mansur Guerios and the impressive First Division were also double clear - the only pair on the Brazilian team to stay clean in both rounds.
Marcus Ehning and Stevie Macken having a chat.
But Marcus was also busy riding, being clear on the incredible Cornado NRW in the first round.
Kevin Staut contributed to the French win with a clear first round on Reveur de Hurtebise HDC.
Paul Estermann and Castlefield Eclipse keep on delivering; they were clear in the first round, but unfortunately a little miscomunnication in the second round left them on a score of eleven faults that were discharged for the Swiss team that ended 6th.
And here's the Swiss keeping track of the standings.
Cian O'Connor's only nine year old Quidam's Cherie jumped really well, with only four faults in each round.
While 2 x 5 faults was the result for Cameron Hanley and the super cute Antello Z. The Irish team finished 7th.
A quiet moment for Bosty...
...who also was busy riding on the winning French team. With Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois he was clear in the second round, after one down in the first.