An inquest into the death of a young graduate from Pershore, Worcestershire, who died after a polo accident is to resume.
Catherine Yates, 20, treasurer of Cambridge University Polo Club, of which the Prince of Wales is president, died on August 9, 2006, six days after she was injured at a qualifying match in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Miss Yates, from Pershore, was playing Pony Club polo, a junior version for players under 25, for a North Cotswold team when she was injured on August 3.
The 20-year-old was airlifted to Frenchay Hospital, in Bristol, but did not survive her injuries.
Miss Yates, who was a member of the Croome Hunt Pony Club branch, in Worcestershire, had recently graduated with a first in natural sciences and was due to start a post-graduate course at Cambridge in October 2006.
A student at Gonville and Caius, she was awarded the Locke Tankard prize for non-academic contribution to college life. She took up polo in her second year and was selected for the university's B-team in her final year.
After her death, her father Ian said: "She was an exceptional daughter and is being very sadly missed."