As spring competition at Wellington begins to wind down, the US rider prevails over Australian Rowan Willis; two Canadians in top 10.
In that nation's first outing of the 2023 FEI Dressage Nations Cup season, they edged the Netherlands and Germany with strong scores.
The Swede has held the lead since August 2022, thanks to the great King Edward and Olympic, World Championship and World Cup Final victories.
Equestrian Canada is joining with PTSOs with funds to help support education, participation, and emergency response efforts.
The German rider ousted Great Britain's Charlotte Fry from the #1 spot; top Canadian on the list is Chris von Martels in 91st position.
The American rider and her remarkable gelding ended a 15-year drought by becoming the first US combination to win at Kentucky since 2008.
The pair made Canada proud with a sizzling victory in the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event; the last time a Canadian won there was in 1992.
Over 10,000 boisterous spectators watched the show jumpers have their turn in the Rolex Stadium over Guilherme Jorge's challenging track.
The USA’s Tamie Smith and Mai Baum are poised to win the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event 5* going into Sunday's show jumping phase.
Three barn buddies joined forces to win the Hunter Teams, a 'fun and new and different' competition held at three heights.