Due to an extension of the current pandemic restrictions, the venue is unable to host the Canadian Premier and Odlum Brown BC Open.
It was a popular hometown grand prix win for Brian Morton on Sunday afternoon at Thunderbird Show Park during the Harvest Welcome.
"I didn’t know she could go that fast" - young rider finds a new gear to defeat a competitive jump-off field of five to claim top honours.
Aussie edges Jim Ifko and Un Diamant des Forets to claim her second international victory in three days at Thunderbird Show Park's Harvest Welcome.
The large Canadian contingent could not hold off the attack by international invaders in the opening feature classes at Thunderbird Show Park.
The first FEI event held in Canada this year features four days of international competition and over $180,000 in prize money.
The American edged Canada's Brian Morton for the win at Thunderbird Show Park's Fort Festival, while Emily Ward (GBR) dominated the $5,000 U25.
The 2015 Pan American team gold medalist and local favourite rode five horses in the class at Tbird and qualified three for the jump-off.
Show jumping competition returns to Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC, with the Fort Classic and a win for perennial fan favourite Foster.
Management at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC, have announced the cancellation of the Canadian Premier and Odlum Brown BC Open CSIO5*.