Published Friday 03 August 2012

New Zealand’s sole representative in the Olympic dressage, Louisa Hill, struggled to find her best form today at Greenwich Park.
Hill, riding Antonello, managed a score of 65.258 per cent, when she was looking for a score much closer to 70 per cent.
With half the field of 50 having competed, Hill is in 23rd position and has little chance of making the cut for the second round.
Great Britain's Carl Hester, riding Uthopia, was a pre-competition favourite and leads after the first day with 77.720 per cent.