The Queen was on hand to watch her home-bred Highland mare win the championship; Von Eckerman and Deusser take feature jumping events.
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The show on the grounds of Windsor Castle features top-class national show jumping and hunter competitions and international displays.
The holiday spectacular came to an end on Monday, Dec. 20th with the €125,000 London Grand Prix and the Shetland Pony Grand National.
Top ponies were in the spotlight in a pair of Mini Stakes, while Scott Brash and Hello Mr President ruled the Christmas Tree Stakes.
Boyd Exell strikes again, Jack leads the pack, Bradstock and Kühner share the Six Bar spoils and Fuchs snags the Snowflake Stakes.
Driving, Dressage and Jumping took centre stage in front of keen fans; special medal parade honours Olympic, Paralympic heroes.
Charlotte Dujardin, reunited with her Tokyo Olympic mount Gio, set a new personal best score of 82.553%, while Fuchs takes the Santa Stakes.
The Rolex Grand Prix will also highlight the 60th edition of CHI Geneva with its holiday atmosphere featuring jumping, driving, and indoor eventing.
The Swiss rider was the only one able to pull off a double clear in the CP International at the Spruce Meadows Masters to claim victory.
Spruce Meadows will once again welcome the world’s top horse-and-rider combinations, including Eric Lamaze, for the CP International.