Walter took Badminton by storm last week, leading from pillar to post and recording the biggest winning margin in modern times.
Towards the end of the dressage phase, he produced a lovely test to score 22.1 and take the lead. Across country, he posted the second fastest time of the day, adding 10.8 time penalties in testing conditions. This gave Ros two fences in hand on Sunday night – but by the time Walter entered the arena that advantage had stretched to four.
In true Walter style, he left all the rails up, finishing 15 penalties ahead of the runner up, and 2023 Badminton champion.
To top an already great week, Jasmine also put her best foot forward. Seventeenth after dressage on a 29.2 she also jumped clear across country but lowered a couple of rails on the final day to finish in ninth place.
Ros took home the Butler Bowl, the Frank Weldon Memorial Trophy, the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain award, and the British Horse Foundation award, while Sarah Charnley was presented with the Mark Holliday Memorial Trophy.