London, England (Sports Network) - Zara Phillips and her horse are ready to move on.
Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter -- and daughter of Princess Anne -- rode her gelding High Kingdom for Great Britain Sunday and scored 46.10 penalty points, good for 24th.
"He's bored with dressage now and wants to get out there," Phillips said of her horse. "Cross country is our strongest phase so we hope we can improve our score."
The host British were third behind Germany and Australia in the team rankings after the second day of dressage.
Japan's Yoshiaki Oiwa was first in the individual standings ahead of Italy's Stefano Brecciaroli and New Zealand's Mark Todd, who is trying to become the only athlete to win three gold medals in individual eventing.
Eventing combines dressage, cross-country and jumping. The individual and team competition run concurrently and medals are awarded for both.
07/29 12:56:45 ET