World #2-ranked New Zealand eventer Jonelle Price says that the pair, who gave her 'plenty of grief on a daily basis,' will be missed.
Toronto's Royal Horse Show was rocking on Saturday night, with a first CSJC win for Ramsay and an Indoor Eventing victory for Holly Jacks.
Jonelle Price confirmed that the New Zealanders are at their peak with a win at Les 5 Etoiles de Pau CCI5*-L in France.
A very small pool of candidates means that four riders will enjoy a “shoo-in” to the FEI sports committees.
Cities will be allocated in June 2023; the FEI will also consider bids for a full World Equestrian Games comprising all disciplines.
The iconic British CCI5* will begin a day later than normal to accommodate the Coronation of King Charles III.
Price guides debutant Coup De Coeur Dudevin to the win; Canadians Jessica Phoenix and Kyle Carter finish top 10 in the CCI3*-L.
Americans Woods Baughman and Will Coleman lead the way after the first day of dressage; a number of Canadians are contesting both divisions.
In this final leg of the series, an all-female British team led the way, ahead of New Zealand, France and Germany.
Power couple Tim and Jonelle Price of New Zealand have clinched the top two spots on the FEI Eventing World Athlete Rankings.