Karl Slezak and Hot Bobo are 4th at Tryon; Leonie Bramall returns to the ring in Czech Republic; Ali Ramsay wins Kentucky Spring Classic.
Tryon International Equestrian Center
The pair also place third in the $5,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake as the 2021 season wraps up at the North Carolina show facility.
Harold Chopping places first and third in the $25,000 Cleghorn Golf & Sports Club Grand Prix with Glenn Hartigan snagging second place.
The Saturday night feature saw 11 in the jumpoff with the Irishman and the mare, who competed in Europe over the summer, coming out on top.
The pair were competing in just their second show together and first trip to Tryon in the Developing Jumper Six-Year-Old series.
Highlights from the Summer Series include Sybil Moylan (daughter of Canadian rider Gavin) and Churchill being named Leadline champions.
The Canadian, who has lived in North Carolina since 2005, is a regular competitor at Tryon International Equestrian Center.
A pair of Canadians make the top 12 in Saturday's 2* Cleghorn Golf & Sports Club Grand Prix in North Carolina.
Canada's Erynn Ballard has two in the top 10 ‒ Gakhir and Classic Penny ‒ at Tryon International Equestrian Center’s Spring 6 Charity show.
Walker also placed 3rd in the $37,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake CSI 3* behind Arron Vale and Erynn Ballard to kick off Tryon Spring 6.