Canada's Pia Fortmuller places 2nd riding Frieda as 10 weeks of international and national dressage heads towards its April 4 finale.
Week 10 of the 2021 AGDF saw a podium finish for All In after a short layoff and victory (and a personal best score) for Acoeur.
The victory marked the first win for a Canadian U25 Team in the five-year history of the Under 25 Nations Cup at AGDF.
Roxanne Trunnell earns a world record-breaking score of 83.334% in the Grade 1 Individual test as Olympic team hopefuls look ahead to Tryon.
AGDF 8 closed out with some great Canadian performances; Freestyle winner Olivia LaGoy-Weltz (USA) punches ticket to World Cup Final.
The US rider scores another personal best of 77.319%; Canada's Diane Creech and Chrevi’s Christo snag 3rd place with 71.277%.
The USA’s Olivia LaGoy-Weltz and Rassing’s Lonoir won the class at AGDF week 8 on a day which also featured the Palm Beach Dressage Derby.
The pair notched their second personal best score of the season with a 74.478%, almost four points higher than the second-place finisher.
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.