<p>Lord Willing jumped a foot-perfect round for Allison Springer to move up from 5th to 3rd. </p>
<p>Kim Severson hugs Cooley Cross Border after a double-clear show jumping round kept their first-place position. However, the pair are set to compete in Aachen, Germany as part of the U.S. Nations Cup team and have opted to withdraw before tomorrow's cross country. </p>
<p>Phillip Dutton takes his daughters, Lee Lee, Mary and Olivia, for a golf-cart ride around the show grounds. </p>
<p>Cooley Cross Border showed off his impeccable jumping form with Kim Severson. </p>
<p>A clear jumping round for Ben Hobday and Shadow Man moved them up two positions to second and helped their British Nations Cup team hold the lead. </p>
<p>U.S. Eventing Performance Director Erik Duvander gives Sharon White some last-minute advice before her round with Cooley On Show. Sharon and "Louie" were recently named as alternates to the <a href="https://practicalhorsemanmag.com/competitions/us-equestrian-names-land-rover-us-eventing-squad-for-fei-world-equestrian-games">2018 WEG team</a>, and performed a combined test (dressage and show jumping) this weekend along with a few of the other team riders. </p>
<p>Boyd gets a high-five from son Nox and congratulations from wife Silva and team coach Erik Duvander. Boyd and Tsetserleg were one of five horse-and-rider combinations named to this year's WEG team and completed a combined test this weekend. </p>
<p>A beautiful moment with Sydney Elliott, her partner QC Diamantaire, and the rest of their support crew. </p>
<p>2018 WEG team rider Lynn Symansky had a double-clear round with Under Suspection to move up from 15th to 7th. </p>
<p>Brit team rider Sophie Brown and Wil show off their textbook perfect form over the triple bar. </p>
<p>British team rider and Olympic gold medalist Leslie Law piloted Tre Brook's Voltaire de Tre to a great round.</p>
The crowds at Brook Ledge Great Meadow International, presented by Adequan, were treated to a day of top-notch eventing during the CICO3* and Nations Cup competition, held at the picturesque historic venue in The Plains, Virginia.
After a beautiful double-clear show jumping round, Kim Severson and Cooley Cross Border retained their lead on their dressage score of 28.3. However, the pair are headed to Aachen, Germany in a few days to compete as part of the U.S. Nations Cup team, so they opted to withdraw before tomorrow's cross country phase.
British rider Ben Hobday and Shadow Man moved up two spots to second place with their fault-free round, as did Allison Springer and Lord Willing, who slipped into third place. Full Results
In the Nations Cup competition, which consists of four team riders, the British team are leading the way with 99.3. The U.S. team is in second with 123 points and Canada is in third with 126.9. Detailed Results