The Dutch driver and his team of greys took the fourth leg of the 2023-24 FEI Driving World Cup at the Sweden International Horse Show.
Jumping, dressage, para-dressage, eventing, driving and vaulting will take place at the German venue; Al Ula in KSA will host endurance.
The leaders hold fast to their spots at the top of the leaderboards, while others have made significant leaps up the world rankings.
A look at how the battle goes at the top of the leaderboards, and where the Canadians stand as they head to Chile for the Pan Am Games.
Reigning World Champion Martin Hölle left no doubt that the title was going to be his for the 4th consecutive time.
Hungarian driver Martin Hölle holds the lead and catapulted his team into provisional first place after dressage at Haras du Pin, France.
The championship, which is running Sept. 27-Oct. 1 in Haras du Pin, France, features 92 competitors and 270 horses representing 25 nations.
The Canadian driver reclaimed top place in the FEI Driving Singles World Ranking, bounding ahead of her nearest rival after a super season.
Bram Chardon wins his third consecutive European title, Netherlands takes team gold and para drivers compete for Grade 1 and 2 honours.
These World Championships will serve as the first qualifying events for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.