USA’s Benjamin Ebeling wins the Grand Prix Special CDI3*; Alexandra Reid takes Intermediaire I Freestyle with Flynn.
USA’s Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo win; earlier in the day Canada’s Pia Fortmuller topped the FEI Intermediaire A CDI3* with Frieda.
Three Canadians place in the top 10 of the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI3* that kicked off the evening at PBIEC in Wellington.
The Canadians couldn't catch the US riders; Lindsay Kellock and Sebastien came the closest with a 4th-place finish in the GP for Special.
At the National show in Wellington, FL, Naima and I Do Kiss scored an impressive 74.347% after a year away from competition.
Personal best scores continued for Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In, while Pia Fortmuller and Freida won the Lövsta Future Challenge.
The Canadian scores 73.319% in the Special; Jill Irving and Arthur place 4th and Diane Creech is 7th riding Chrevi’s Christo.
Fraser-Beaulieu and the big gelding earned their highest Grand Prix CDI-W score ever and now set their sights on the FEI World Cup Finals.
Second place in the FEI Grand Prix CDI 3* for Special went to Canada’s Lindsay Kellock piloting Sebastien, who earned 72.326%.
Guenter Seidel and Equirelle win their first Grand Prix Freestyle while Canada's Lindsay Kellock and Sebastien grab 2nd place.