Fouaad Mirza and his horse Seigneur Medicott. He finished 23rd in general in eventing. The Indian equestrian was one of the 25 from the field of 63. Also qualified for the final in Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Fouaad Mirza the Indian equestrian who missed out on the medal. After finishing 23rd in the jumping final. At the Tokyo Olympics 2020 games on Monday. The 29-year-old man, riding his horse Seigneur Medicott. Fouaad Mirza had a score of 59.60 penalty points. After the completion of all rounds of cross-country jumping qualifiers. Also for the jumping final.
In the evening, the horse-rider combination. With the least punishments wins.
Julia Krajewski of Germany, with her horse Amande De B’Neville. It became the first female Olympic gold medallist. In eventing with a score of 26.00. Her horse Amande De B’Neville, became the first female Olympic gold medallist. In eventing with a score of 26.00 of Tokyo Olympics 2020.
However, Great Britain’s Tom McEwen (Toledo De Kerser) and Australian Andrew Hoy (Vassily De Lassos). Also, took silver and bronze, individually.
Fouaad Mirza, the third Indian equestrian. At the Olympics after Imtiaz Anees and Indrajit Lamba. It started his Tokyo 2020 campaign at the Baji Koen Equestrian. To stop with a stellar performance. Within the dressage test that saw him finish at ninth position.
The two-time Asian Games silver medallist. It will be may have a challenging cross-country round. At the Sea Forest Country Course. After which he slipped to the 22nd spot within the rankings.
The Indian fair managed to press through to the final jumping. Right after a combined total of 47.20 penalties. Focuses from dressage, cross-country, and jumping qualifier set. Also, he is in the 25th spot of 63 competitors. Also, as it were the top 25 make the final.