(Reuters) – Britain took the lead after the eventing cross-country segment on the International Equestrian Video games in North Carolina on Saturday as organizers postponed Sunday’s display leaping conclusion because of anticipated dangerous climate.
With torrential rain from the remnants of Storm Florence forecast to lash the mountain the city of Tryon, officers moved the display leaping again to Monday, when the dangerous climate is predicted to have moved via.
The British group of Piggy French, Gemma Tattersall, Tom McEwan and Rosalind Canter all finished the five,700 meters cross-country route with out penalty on Saturday after beginning the day in 2nd position following Friday’s dressage.
Eire moved into 2nd, whilst Germany dropped to 6th.
The Video games are scheduled to proceed via subsequent Sunday.
Reporting via Andrew Each in Cary, North Carolina; Modifying via Peter Rutherford