Seven athletes and horses have been announced as team and alternate combinations for the FEI Eventing World Championships.
Michael Jung of Germany maintains a commanding lead in the CCI5*-L while Canadians have strong performances in both divisions.
Tamra Smith and Fleeceworks Royal top the 5* first day at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event; Elisabeth Halliday-Sharp one-two in 4*.
Five Canadians finish in the top 20 in the CCI 4*-L in Allentown, NJ, led by Karl Slezak and Fernhill Wishes, who placed 6th.
A very difficult course coupled with pouring rain made cross-country day in Kentucky especially challenging.
The "Best Weekend All Year" got off to a snow-covered start on FEI jog day April 21st while fans worldwide await the livestream coverage.
Canadian results from recent three-day events include a number of top-10 placings in California, Lexington, Virginia and Great Britain.
Oliver Townend put in a strong performance on the cross-country to maintain top spot with Cooley Master Class at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.
Young rider teams from Area II are contending for the gold at the North American Youth Championship at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana.