HEREFORDSHIRE-based international eventer Louise Skelton, pictured above, is one of 110 entries for the British Eventing Open Champ-ionship class at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire.

A record number of entries have been received for the class, which incorporates the HSBC FEI World Cup Eventing qualifier – the only British qualifier and the ultimate chance for a place in the HSBC FEI World Cup Eventing Final at Strzegom in Poland.

Skelton, from Eardisley, will be riding her homebred 14-year-old gelding A Bit of a Barney, with who she was 10th at Gatcombe Park last year. The event starts tomorrow (Friday).