The final Sunday wrapped up the 12-week tournament in Wellington with a win for Ireland's David Blake and Dy Zento.
Saturday’s feature class during the final weekend of WEF saw an exciting victory for Adam Prudent (USA) and Baloutinue.
Tiffany Foster and Northern Light are top Canadians, placing 9th, as the final week of the Winter Equestrian Festival gets underway.
Stephen Moore (IRL) and Team De Coquerie top the class while the Canadian and Cat Ninja take second out of 45 starters.
After a lengthy suspension from competition, plus overcoming a knee injury, Walker is back on the podium, this time with Excellent B.
Both show jumpers ‒ H&M Chilli Willi and Lord Pizarro ‒ suffered irreparable injuries while competing at the Wellington, Florida venue.
Canada's Eric Krawitt places 7th in the competitive field of 43 in the three-round class riding Olivia Robertson's Astro de Ravel.
Daniel Deusser (GER) showed once again why he’s one of the best in the world, riding to the top of the CSI5* feature of the 11th week of WEF.
The Irishman took the $137,000 Grand Prix CSI3* with Great-Tikila J; top Canadian was Eric Lamaze with Chacco Kid in 4th spot.
The $310,000 purchase won just the second time out of the gate in the $10,000 Developing Jumper Series Five-Year-Old Classic at WEF 10.