The US rider wins the CCI4* with Tsetserleg and also places 3rd and 5th; Canadian Colleen Loach and FE Golden Eye place 2nd.
Yasmin Ingham gives the British the first-day edge over Team Germany as this important championship gets underway in Haras du Pin, France.
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.
The Olympian and team chef d’ equipe will continue to bring passion and expertise to Canada's eventing high performance program.
Despite international interest, the minimum requirement of three teams could not be met in this only North American leg of the series.
The equine nutrition company is the new presenting partner of the Mad Barn Indoor Eventing Challenge and the Big Ben Challenge.
The sixth leg of this important Olympic-qualifying series took place at Avenches, Switzerland; next stop is Bromont, QC.
Colleen Loach, Selena O’Hanlon, Jessica Phoenix, and Lindsay Traisnel will represent the maple leaf in the CCIO4*-NC in Quebec, Aug. 11-12.
Just four more competitions remain in this eventing series, concluding at Boekelo where the final Paris Olympics team place will be awarded.
Show jumper Von Eckermann has held onto his #1 position for a year; Fry is challenging von Bredow-Werndl for top dressage honours.