Mexico have won the final leg of the FEI Jumping Nations Cup in Dublin as FInals spots were confirmed ©Dublin Horse Show

Mexico have scored their first win in the Aga Khan trophy today, the Dublin leg of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup Jumping, as Great Britain secured their place in the Finals in Barcelona. 

Patricio Pabel led the way for Mexico with a double clear, while Eugenio Garza Perez and Enrique Gonzalez both delivered second round clears on Victer Finn DH Z and Checna respectively at the RDS

"I’ve been doing the sport a long time and I don’t think I’ve ever had a win like this, with a team like this, in front of a crowd like this, at a show like this," Gonzalez told Horse and Hound.

"It’s a real horse show and I don’t think all the other shows should be called horse shows."

The hosts Ireland finished in a tie for second with Italy and France, who all finished with 12 faults. 

Great Britain meanwhile, secured their place at the Nations Cup Finals in Barcelona this October after finishing sixth in the final leg today. 

Holly Smith, riding Hearts Destiny was the stand out rider for Britain.

She scored four faults in the first round and then a clear in the second.

William Funnell and Billy Buckingham also managed second round clears, though with one time fault.

It means Great Britain have finished sixth out of the 10 teams in Europe Division one. 

The top seven qualify for the finals. 

Belgium, Ireland, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands and Sweden are the other teams to qualify.