Darragh Kenny, the top-ranked Irishman in the world at #9, produced his winning round on a horse he had only been riding for two weeks.
Week seven at WEF kicked off with a Wednesday win for McLain Ward aboard a horse he says is never ridden between shows, just turned out.
WEF 4 started out with an incredible sweep by the American rider; top Canadian was Erynn Ballard and Nespresso Van’t Laekhof, 3rd in Sec. A.
WEF 3 kicked off with a field of 121 in Wednesday's split feature class; top Canadian is Erynn Ballard, who placed 6th in Sec A with Ronja.
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.