Canada's Vanessa Mannix places 5th with Catinka in a starting field of 78 entries over a track set by course designer Oscar Soberon.
Ben Maher and Tic Tac set a blistering pace to claim victory in the $137,000 Restylane Grand Prix CSI3* to wrap up the second week of WEF.
Mario Deslauriers is top Canadian, riding Uris De La Roque to 6th place in the Saturday afternoon class on the Derby Field at WEF.
A split field of 105 entries took on the two $6,000 classes; Canadian David Arcand and Malle Babbe Van’t Kieveld place 6th in Sec. B.
The 2020 Finals of this talent development program were originally set to take place in March 2020 but had to be postponed.
Sunday's feature event at WEF 1 was clinched by Hilary McNerney and Singuletto with Foster and Vienna hot on their heels.
This time the victory came in the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI3; Krystalann Shingler (CAN) and Fidelio were 8th in the class.
The first international grand prix of the 2021 WEF circuit ended in a win for Madden, with two Canadians in the top ten.
Molly Ashe Cawley (USA) and Berdien captured the win in the 1.50m class at WEF; Canada's Vanessa Mannix was 6th aboard Catinka 25.
The US rider soared to the top in the $37,000 Adequan CSI3* aboard Agana Van Het Gerendal Z; Canada's Eric Lamaze was 5th with Fine Lady 5.