The only CCI5*-L competition this year closed out with another perfect performance from Laura Collett (GBR) and London 52.
Team Italy posted a runaway win in the last leg of the FEI Eventing Nations Cup 2020 but the overall title goes to The Netherlands.
Laura Collett and London 52 remain in the pole position in the CCI5*-L following cross-country with fellow Brit Piggy March a close second.
Laura Collett and London 52 snag the lead in the 5 Étoiles De Pau, closely followed by Christopher Burton (AUS) and Piggy March (GBR).
Ingrid Klimke steered Cascamara to claim the 6yo title and Sophie Leube topped the 7yo category with Sweetwaters Ziethen T in Le Lion d’Angers.
Normally available in mid-October, organizers "continue to navigate these unchartered waters" surrounding the pandemic and next year's ticket sales.
The pandemic and cross-border travel restrictions resulted in lower entries but great weather, great competition and autumn colours prevailed.
Two FEI levels will be added to next July's Horse Trials in Ashton, Ontario, providing an opportunity for eventers to gain experience at the higher levels.
The award in Zara's memory will be presented annually to a young Ontario rider who exhibits a passion for eventing and commitment to their horse.
Show jumping, driving and indoor cross-country will be in this year’s program, including the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final and Rolex Grand Prix.