The CCI3*-L division attracted 10 Canadians who competed over Jay Hambly's course; Kendal Lehari and Audacious placed fifth.
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Winnipeg’s Ariana Chia and Fiderflame cracked the 70% mark with a personal best score in the Grand Prix Special at the Ocala venue.
The Canadian placed 3rd in the Grand Prix Freestyle with All In as winners Adrienne Lyle and Silvano break a scoring record with 85.580%.
Canadians logged in some good scores during AGDF Week 10, led by Bergeron and Sound of Silence 4 in the U25 Freestyle.
The squad of Tiffany Foster, Jacqueline Steffens, and Beth Underhill took on Mexico and the United States in Coapexpan.
Germany successfully defended their title, edging the US; Beatrice Boucher, Pia Fortmuller, Megan Lane and Evi Strasser rode for Canada.
This marks the second year in a row that Camille Carier Bergeron and Vanessa Creech-Terauds have partnered to win.
The Canadian Paralympian, who resides in England, won two Grade III classes with 'Wonky' in their first outing since the Tokyo Olympics.
Aboard Lieutenant Lobin, Schloss attained some personal best scores, attributing them in part to a new saddle and recent vision therapy.
Dana Cooke placed third in the CCI3*-S riding Quatro; Holly Jacks-Smither and Candy King were 9th in the CCI4*-S division.
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