Tracy Fenney (USA) captured her fourth grand prix in the $200,000 feature class during the penultimate week of competition.
The Canadian rider packed a one-two punch in the $25,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby with Chorus and Givenchy at HITS Ocala.
Other Canadians factor in HITS Ocala action as Harold Chopping, Francois Lamontagne and Sam Walker all grab top-3 placings.
Normally taking place in May, organizers will increase the number of hours of livestreaming so that everyone can enjoy Royal Windsor online.
The mid-point of the HITS Ocala Winter Circuit came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday afternoon with a big win for Aaron Vale (USA).
The $1,000 bursaries for 14-17-year-olds are to be used for riding lessons, show fees, continuing education and other learning opportunities.
Vale started and finished the week on a high note, completely dominating featured competition at HITS Post Time Farm.
“I wanted to create something that was inviting, allowed for rideability ... and wasn’t as traditional as their typical hunter course.”
Brown takes the Adult Amateur Hunter Older Section B; reserve goes to Kristen Baran of Toronto on her own Caramia.
With no spectators allowed at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, fans can expect free, fun and interesting livestreams.