Three of the para athletes earned scores in the 70s at the CPEDI3* at Tryon Fall Dressage 3 in North Carolina.
A tribute to the athletes, owners, officials, organizations, volunteers, and supporters within the Canadian equestrian industry.
Sheffield and Wonky earned their best freestyle score to date; next stop for the pair is the Ottawa CPEDI3* for the team event.
The Canadian, riding Wonky, scored a hat trick of Grade III wins at Keysoe Para International in the UK with some personal best scores.
Going into the final weekend of the World Championships, only Roberta Sheffield and Wonky make it into Sunday's Freestyle.
This marked Sheffield's highest-ever placing in this test at championship level; Canada now has two top-eight qualified athletes.
Competition got underway with two of the three Canadian athletes performing their Grade I tests on Wednesday.
The vaulting individual competitions wrapped up as the para-riders and horses tested out the competition arena prior to their first test.
Jody Schloss, Winona Hartvikson and Roberta Sheffield will rock the maple leaf at the FEI World Championships in Herning.
The Canadian paralympian's European tour concludes with two podium finishes and a personal best score aboard Fairuza ‒ and dreams of Denmark.