The remainder of the U.S. Dressage Team put in a good solid effort this morning, with scores good enough to land the United States in fifth place so far. Great Britain is untouchable in first place with a  team score of 79.407. Germany is in second, followed by the Netherlands in third and Denmark in fourth. If team GBR can hold onto the lead, it will be the nation's first ever gold medal in the team dressage competition. Quite an accomplishment for the home team!

Steffen Peters and Ravel put in a brilliant test, as always, and scored 77.705%. Steffen sits in 6th place individually. Tina Konyot and Adrienne Lyle had lovely rides as well, scoring 70.456% and 69.468% respectively, landing them in 27th and 35th place. Great Britian's Charlotte Dujardin is poised for Olympic gold, and the Netherland's Adelaide Cornlelissen is not far behind in the second place spot. German rider Helen Langehanenberg sits in third.

Full results are below:

 

 

 

 

Competition resumes Tuesday with the Grand Prix Special.