The first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.
An encounter with HRH Prince Philip at the 1978 World 3-Day Event Championships was a memorable time for Teddie Laframboise.
Together with PAEC, efforts are being made to help horses and horsepeople in the wake of the volcanic eruption on the island of St. Vincent.
Victory comes aboard Ballaghmor Class as his two-time winner Cooley Master Class is sidelined; Lisa Marie Fergusson only Canadian to finish.
Alyssa Phillips (USA) wins with Oskar, while the Canadians all place top-12 after the jumping phase of this very challenging three-day event.
Tamra Smith (USA) and EnVogue hold onto the lead going into the final phase, while Jessica Phoenix has two in the top 10.
A very difficult course coupled with pouring rain made cross-country day in Kentucky especially challenging.
No change to the top spot in the 5*; top Canadian is Colleen Loach with Qorry Blue d'Argouges at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.
Canadians are off and running with Karl Slezak and Fernhill Wishes 19th in the 5* and Colleen Loach with FE Golden Eye 9th in the 4*.
The winner fetched 515,000 euros from a Swiss buyer while overall the auction amassed total sales of 2,395,000 euros.