The British rider delivered the only double clear of the competition aboard Vermento over Kelvin Bywater’s tricky course.
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Great Britain won its home leg of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup series at Hickstead for the first time since 2010.
Gilles Thomas takes his first 5* Grand Prix title with the prestigious George V Gold Cup ‒ also the first for a Belgian rider since 1931.
The Irish rider finally hoisted the trophy at Hickstead for his win aboard Can Ya Makan after nearly two decades of trying.
Charlotte Dujardin's former ride, now piloted by 17-year-old Annabella Pidgley, won their Intermediate II class with 77.304%.
Williams began the Al Shira’aa Jumping Championships with a pair of wins and ended the show by claiming top spot in the £15,000 feature.
The 2021 event will proceed on its scheduled July dates but as a CSI2* instead of a 5* and be primarily aimed at British-based riders.
The international fixture will be replaced by a national show, the Al Shira’aa Jumping Championships, to run on the same dates.