Zara Tindall is back at the saddle as she competed in the Cornbury House International Horse Trials earlier today.
The royal, 42, who is a keen sportswoman, took her horse Showtime to compete in the event in Oxfordshire.
The King’s niece, donned an elegant riding outfit as she took part in the opening day of the event, which runs until 10 September.
Zara, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindall, is recognised for her equestrian achievements, which includes winning gold at the World Equestrian Games in 2006.
The mother-of-three, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindall, also won BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year in 2006.
Today, Zara took Cornbury House Trials with Showtime, which attracts riders from around the country to compete in dressage, cross country and show jumping.
During her ride, Zara looked smart in white jodhpurs, a double-breasted fitted navy blazer with tails and a high-collared shirt.
The royal was riding her prized horse, Showtime, as she competed today.
And Showtime looked equally regal, dressed in a black hat featuring pointed horns, alongside a neatly plaited mane.
It’s been a busy month for Zara Tindall, who has been competing at the Burghley Horse Trials on Sunday last week on her favoured steed Class Affair.
And the action didn’t stop on Saturday, as the daughter of Princess Anne was spotted making her way through the grounds in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Zara sported a navy-blue fleece emblazoned with the Land Rover logo as she walked through the grounds, checking her watch quickly as she did.
The mother-of-three paired the short-sleeved zip-up jacket with matching jodhpurs, and wore a simple pair of black trainers for the early start.
She completed her casual ensemble with a black cap, and had a pair of AirPods on hand for the busy day ahead.
Her arrival on the third day of the Trials follows a tough-fought competition on Thursday when she competed in the dressage on her majestic horse, Class Affair.
For the event, she donned a sophisticated pair of white trousers, a double-breasted fitted navy blazer with tails and a high-collared shirt.
Zara’s horse, Class Affair looked equally as smart in a brown ear bonnet, also known as a fly veil or fly hood, and a pristinely plaited mane.
The Burghley Horse Trials, which take place at Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire, are one of the last events of the summer social scene and often attract big crowds.
The four-day event is a comprehensive test of a horse’s skills, with dressage, jumping, and cross country events all taking place.