Chatsworth International Horse Trials saw record crowds flocking to the Derbyshire event this weekend to watch more than 500 competitors from 11 countries.

Dressage, cross country and show jumping all featured over the weekend, with the trials including the Fédération Equestre Internationale World Cup Eventing competition.

Those taking part included the Queen’s grandaughter Zara Phillips – who celebrated her 30th birthday at the three-day event – Olympic team silver medallist William Fox-Pitt, Olympic individual bronze medalist Pippa Funnell and senior British national champion Lucy Wiegersma.

The event opened on Friday and a new addition to the first day’s timetable was the Burghley Dubarry Young Event Horse qualifier, a competition which showcases the stars of future eventing. More than 40 entries were received and the winner was Leicestershire’s Chloe Newton with Fernhill Nearly Darc.

Pippa Funnel did the double – with wins in both International Novice (CIC1*) sections.

Australian Sam Griffiths, and Happy Times, won Britain’s World Cup event with Britain’s Lucy Wiegersma taking second place with Woodfalls Inigo Jones.

Emily Baldwin won the three-star World Cup qualifier event on Drivetime.

Class winners included Lucy Wiegersma, Jeanette Brakewell, Oliver Townend and Sharon Hunt.

Also, high up in the placings were riders including Zara Phillips, Ruth Edge and Andrew Nicholson.