As the World Eventing Championships dressage wrapped up in Pratoni, the German rider snagged the individual lead ahead of cross-country day.
The first three Canadian eventers complete their dressage tests, while Kelly Houtappels-Bruder prepares to begin the Singles Driving Worlds.
Great Britain moves into the overnight lead with strong performances on a blustery dressage day that some horses found a bit too exciting.
With Olympic gold medalists and the 2018 WEG individual champion among the 90 riders from 27 countries, it will be an epic competition.
After being the bridesmaid in 2017 and 2019, Piggy March (GBR) took the 2022 title with Vanir Kamira at Burghley.
The decision to replace Peter Barry's gelding was made after the horse sustained a minor injury competing at the Bromont CCI.
France’s Astier Nicolas takes the 4*-S with Babylon de Gamma and British Olympian Tom McEwen tops both the 4*-L and 3*-L divisions.
The World Championships Eventing Team member has launched a fundraiser in the form of an online auction with lots of goodies up for grabs.
This victory marked the second time in a row Belgium has claimed the prestigious Nations Cup prize in Arville, edging Germany and Italy.
Strong performances by Colleen Loach saw her 2nd and 3rd in the CCI4*-S; Team Australia had only one rider complete.