The championship, which is running Sept. 27-Oct. 1 in Haras du Pin, France, features 92 competitors and 270 horses representing 25 nations.
Bram Chardon wins his third consecutive European title, Netherlands takes team gold and para drivers compete for Grade 1 and 2 honours.
These World Championships will serve as the first qualifying events for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
With her reliable partner Flip, Kelly won the CAI3* Horse Single at St. Margarethen and placed 4th in the 2* with a new horse, Claus.
A look at the current standings, what the battle at the top looks like and where our top Canadians are standing on the world stage.
The Canadian driver won the single horse CAI3* at Haras du Pin in France in a large international field with Flip, her partner since 2016.
Show jumper Von Eckermann has held onto his #1 position for a year; Fry is challenging von Bredow-Werndl for top dressage honours.
A number of rule revisions have been put forward, and national federations and stakeholders have seven weeks to respond with feedback.
Highlights of competitions in Europe and North America where Canadian horse-and-rider combinations are rocking the maple leaf.
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.