Watch the final fence drama that helped Italy beat Ireland in Aga Khan jump-off

Ireland have narrowly missed-out on the Aga Khan Trophy at the Dublin Horse Show after losing in a jump-off to Italy.

After the two teams finished level after two rounds of jumping at the RDS, Denis Lynch was given the honour of representing the Irish side in the jump-off.

Ireland's Denis Lynch on board All Star 5. Pic: INPHO/Donall Farmer
Ireland's Denis Lynch on board All Star 5. Pic: INPHO/Donall Farmer

However his mount All Star 5 pulled-up at the final fence of the jump-off, which allowed Italy to take the honours with a clear round.

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