Zara Tindall was supported by Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence as she competed in the Festival of British Evening in Gatcombe Park this morning.
The mother-of-three, 42, was seen participating one of the jumping competitions this morning – which takes place on the Princess Royal’s estate in Gloucester.
Now in its 28th year, the event includes a course designed by Princess Anne herself.
The three-day event encompasses dressage, show jumping and different cross-country phases.
Despite the wet and windy conditions, Zara- who won a silver medal in eventing in the 2012 London Olympics – was entirely focused on the competition at hand.
Pictured: Zara Tindall , 42, didn’t let the wet and windy weather conditions stop her from competing in theFestival of British Eventing this morning
The equestrian – who lives in the Gatcombe Park estate with her family – wore a pair of white trousers, a waterproof navy Land Rover-branded jacket and black leather riding boots for today’s competition.
Despite the wet weather, Princess Anne, 72, proudly watched her daughter compete from the sidelines.
The royal was dressed appropriately for the wet weather in a black waterproof, gloves and a black baseball cap by the brand Musto – whoZara has previously modelled for.
Anne was entirely gripped by her daughter’s performance and was seen holding a crook, which is used for herding sheep.
Meanwhile, Timothy – who has been Zara’s step-father for 31 years – wore a green waxed jacket and tweed flat-cap.
Yesterday, Zara was joined by her daughters Mia, nine, Lena, five, and her nieces Savannah, 12, and Isla Phillips, 11, at the event.
The royal cousins were pictured laughing with one another and taking part in the activities on offer, including trampolining.
Dressed in what appeared to be official navy T-shirts for the annual event, the pair both prepared for the muddy conditions by wearing green wellington boots.
Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence pictured braving the rain as they watched Zara compete in the eventing competition
Zara Tindall pictured during the jumping section of today’s competition during theFestival of British Eventing
Princess Anne and Sir Timothy Laurence pictured speaking with other guests at the festival today
Princess Anne wore black baseball cap by the brand Musto – who Zara has previously modelled for
Zara Tindall on her advanced International horse ‘Class Affair’ during the Dressage test in The Magic Millions British Open Championship
Zara Tindall appeared more cheerful as the weather improved in Gloucestershire this afternoon
Princess Anne and Sir Timothy Laurence proudly watched on as Zara competed in competitions at Gatcombe Park
Zara Tindal (pictured today) l made her eventing debut in 2003 with her horse Toytown – where she finished second at Burghley Horse Trial
The royal, 72, was dressed appropriately for the wet weather in a black waterproof, baseball hat and gloves
Zarawore a pair of white trousers, a waterproof navy Land Rover-branded jacket and black leather riding boots for today’s competition
Zara pictured during the jumping section of today’s competition in the pouring rain at Gatcombe Park
The mother-of-three appeared thrilled with her performance at the competition today and was pictured beaming after her jump
Mia Tindall (pictured left) and Savannah Phillips (pictured right) have enjoyed a fun-filled day at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park yesterday
The royal cousins, aged nine and 12, respectively, were pictured laughing with one another and taking part in the activities on offer, including trampolining (pictured)
Savannah and Mia were joined by Mia’s sister Lena, five, (pictured left), as well as Savannah’s sibling Isla, 11 (pictured right)
Mia is the eldest of Zara and former rugby star Tindall’s children and is now 22nd in the line of succession.
Like her cousin Savannah, Mia is known for a mischievous streak and clearly enjoys running around with her father and cousins at various horse competitions.
Zara Tindall made her eventing debut in 2003 with her horse Toytown – where she finished second at Burghley Horse Trials.
Earlier this year, the mother-of-three appeared emotional during an interview with husband Mike where she recalled how Toytown wasn’t able to compete in the Olympics.