Sabrina Arnold of Germany and Easy El Boheira won a gallop to the finish; France captured team gold with four riders in the top 10.
The event takes place over 160 kms of beautiful countryside in Ermelo, The Netherlands, with 21 countries represented including 14 teams.
These World Championships will serve as the first qualifying events for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A look at the current standings, what the battle at the top looks like and where our top Canadians are standing on the world stage.
Show jumper Von Eckermann has held onto his #1 position for a year; Fry is challenging von Bredow-Werndl for top dressage honours.
A number of rule revisions have been put forward, and national federations and stakeholders have seven weeks to respond with feedback.
The FEI is considering sanctions for countries with a ‘prevalence’ of doping following the world’s richest endurance race in March.
The Dutch town of Ermelo is set to host the highly-anticipated event that will bring together elite combinations from across the continent.
The show remains one of the most prestigious in the world, attracting top-class jumping, driving and dressage athletes and over 2,800 horses.
France set to become the next world champions if Bahrain’s stanozolol offence is confirmed, after last month’s title race in the UAE.