First look at the 2019 Mitsubishi Motors Cup cross-country courses

With just over three weeks to go before the start, preparations are well underway for British Eventing’s 2019 BE90 and BE100 Championships, the Mitsubishi Motors Cup.

The digital interactive cross country maps for both courses, are available to view online.

Held for the tenth year at Badminton Park immediately before the start of the International event, the Championships are the ultimate test for riders seeking to achieve long-held ambitions to ride at the world famous eventing venue.

The 2019 cross-country courses are again designed by James Willis and the interactive maps show the track and fence with undressed photographs.

In competition week the maps will be updated with photographs of dressed fences, optimum time and distances and expert audio by Richard Waygood, Team GBR’s World Class Eventing Performance Manger, to create a virtual guided course walk which will be an invaluable point of reference for competitors, their supporters and spectators alike.

Here is a run down of the fences:

1. BE Flower Box

1. BE Flower Box

2. Willis Brush

2. Willis Brush

3. Retraining of Racehorses Treetrunk

3. Retraining of Racehorses Treetrunk

4AB. Woodhouse Step

4AB. Woodhouse Step

5. Cotswold Life Wall

5. Cotswold Life Wall

6. CrossCountry App Brush

6. CrossCountry App Brush

7ABC. Shogun Sport Hollow

7ABC. Shogun Sport Hollow

8. The Beam

8. The Beam

9. ASX Ditch

9. ASX Ditch

10. Worcester Avenue Hedge

10. Worcester Avenue Hedge

11. Spillers Skinnies

11. Spillers Skinnies

12. Outlander PHEV Wagon

12. Outlander PHEV Wagon

13 & 14. KBIS Houses

13 & 14. KBIS Houses

15. Young Minds Table

15. Young Minds Table

16. World Horse Welfare Hedges

16. World Horse Welfare Hedges

17. Wadworth at the Lake

17. Wadworth at the Lake

18. The Eclipse Cross

18. The Eclipse Cross

19. L200 Wishing Well

19. L200 Wishing Well

20AB. Danco Corners

20AB. Danco Corners

21. Mirage Triple Bar

21. Mirage Triple Bar

22. James’ Book

22. James’ Book

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