Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari claimed her second SEA Games medal after her dressage team settled at second for the silver medal in the equestrian competition at the Endurance and Putrajaya Equestrian Park in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.
The Thai team which also included Arinadtha Chavatanont, Chalermcharn Yotiriyapanit and Pakjira Thongpakdi scored a combined score of 206.211 points to finish second behind Malaysia who scored a total of 210.947 points to win the event. Singapore took the bronze with 201.289 points.
Astride on her favourite horse Prince Charming before its retirement, Princess Sirivannavari took part in the competition following invitation from the Thailand Equestrian Federation to represent the Kingdom.
Her Royal Highness won her first Games medal in the 2005 meet in Manila but with the badminton team which won the gold medal in the women’s team category.