The Irishman took the $137,000 Grand Prix CSI3* with Great-Tikila J; top Canadian was Eric Lamaze with Chacco Kid in 4th spot.
Lamaze is back in Florida and got right down to business, winning the $37,000 Douglas Elliman 1.45m CSI3* over Michel Vaillancourt's course.
Lamaze was one of seven to qualify for the jump-off at Al Shaqab; Niels Bruynseels (BEL) won while Lorenzo de Luca (ITA) was second.
The German rider guided Dominator 2000 Z to win the 410,000 euro finale in Doha, edging Olivier Robert (FRA) and Niels Bruynseels (BEL).
The Canadian has two top horses with him as he squares off against a strong international field leading up to the €410,000 GP on Saturday.
Canadians Eric Lamaze and Tiffany Foster place 5-6 in the class, while Rachel Cornacchia grabs 2nd place in $50,000 grand prix.
Two Canadians were top-10: Mario Deslauriers and Bardolina (7th) and Eric Lamaze with Dieu Merci Van T & L (10th).
Eric Lamaze joins the Cascais Charms as organizers promise safety will be the #1 priority as the events follow strict COVID-19 protocols.
Ben Maher and Tic Tac set a blistering pace to claim victory in the $137,000 Restylane Grand Prix CSI3* to wrap up the second week of WEF.
The first international grand prix of the 2021 WEF circuit ended in a win for Madden, with two Canadians in the top ten.