Five days of jumping, dressage, and driving competition drew to a close on Sunday with a win for Martin Fuchs in the Rolex Grand Prix.
It was FEI Driving World Cup gold for the Australian at the Final in France, challenged by father-and-son legends Ijsbrand and Bram Chardon.
Day three featured the FEI Driving World Cup, Christmas Cracker and Snowflake Stakes; John Whitaker receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
It was another jam-packed day of dressage, driving and jumping at this iconic holiday show, with large international fields.
The Australian world number one was in a league of his own as he triumphed for the second consecutive weekend.
The Australian driver led the first leg of the 2022/23 series from gate to wire ahead of Ijsbrand Chardon (NED) and Koos de Ronde (NED).
The Netherlands take their 11th team gold during a rain-drenched final cones competition at Pratoni del Vivaro.
Boyd Exell remains in front individually after an intense marathon in Pratoni Del Vivaro as the masterful Dutch take the team lead.
Australian Boyd Exell launched his campaign to win a record sixth FEI Driving World Championship with a stunning 34.13 dressage score.
A roster of international stars were victorious to wrap up a successful show, including a Belgian and Australian, plus lots of local talent.