Yasmin Ingham Crowned World Eventing Champion

Yasmin Ingham from Great Britain has won the individual title at the FEI Eventing World Championships in Pratoni del Vivaro in Italy.

This was Yasmin’s debute at a senior World Championships with her horse Banzai du Loir. Germany took home team gold for the first time in 20 years, as well as securing their Paris 2024 Olympics Qualifier. Julia Krajewski of Germany finished in second place collecting the silver medal riding Amande de B’Neville with Tim Price from New Zealand winning the bronze medal riding Falco.

This World Championships were a qualifying event for the Paris 2024 Olympics for the top-seven finishers in the team event.

  • 1st place – Germany
  • 2nd place – USA
  • 3rd place – New Zealand
  • 4th place – Great Britain
  • 5th place – Ireland
  • 6th place – Sweden
  • 7th place – Switzerland

After winning individual gold Yasmin Ingham said “Honestly, I’m still not believing it at the moment. I really didn’t think this would happen,”My horse Banzai (du Loir) was just just impeccable today and I couldn’t fault him in the showjumping round. I’m just over the moon and I can’t explain how happy I am; I’m still shaking. “It was extremely nerve-wracking. I just tried to treat it as a normal competition and do my normal routine and structured system. I blocked everything else out and he (Banzai) delivered today, he was just perfect.”