Update to the British Team heading to the FEI CCIO4* Eventing Nations Cup at Ballendenisk, Ireland

David Doel and Galileo Nieuwmoed will replace Tom McEwen and MHS Brown Jack in the squad of riders heading to Ireland to represent Great Britain in the FEI CCIO4* Eventing Nations Cup at Ballendenisk this weekend (22-25 September).

The squad now comprises:

Kirsty Chabert from Wiltshire with the 10-year-old mare Opposition Heraldik Girl, owned by Caroline Caines and John Johnston.

David Doel from Wiltshire with the 11-year-old gelding Galileo Nieuwmoed, owned by Gillian Jonas.

Greta Mason from Wiltshire with the 15-year-old gelding Cooley For Sure, owned by Sarah Winfrey.

Selina Milnes from Somerset with the 14-year-old gelding Iron IV, owned by Mr and Mrs William Rucker.

The Chef d’Equipe for the team will be Richard Waygood MBE.

The CCIO4* Nations Cup commences with Dressage on Thursday 22 September. Jumping takes place on Saturday 24 September with Cross Country on Sunday 25 September. For further information on the Ballindenisk Horse Trials and results once the event is underway visit

More information on the FEI Nations Cup, including the full calendar, is available here.

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