USA’s Benjamin Ebeling wins the Grand Prix Special CDI3*; Alexandra Reid takes Intermediaire I Freestyle with Flynn.
USA’s Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo win; earlier in the day Canada’s Pia Fortmuller topped the FEI Intermediaire A CDI3* with Frieda.
Three Canadians place in the top 10 of the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3* that kicked off the evening at PBIEC in Wellington.
The German rider guided Dominator 2000 Z to win the 410,000 euro finale in Doha, edging Olivier Robert (FRA) and Niels Bruynseels (BEL).
Limits on foreign stays for non-EU citizens has prompted riders to consult immigration lawyers and consider moving to continental Europe.
The Canadians couldn't catch the US riders; Lindsay Kellock and Sebastien came the closest with a 4th-place finish in the GP for Special.
Normally taking place in May, organizers will increase the number of hours of livestreaming so that everyone can enjoy Royal Windsor online.
The dressage rider's selection for a third year underlines her ability to make Canada proud at the Olympics aboard her partner, All In.
At the National show in Wellington, FL, Naima and I Do Kiss scored an impressive 74.347% after a year away from competition.
Both Youth Championships will be hosted in Germany, with the Youth Jumping in Aachen and the U25 Dressage in Hagen.