Misdee Wrigley-Miller’s cart grabbed a buried TV cable as she entered obstacle 6.
The current and four time World Champion Four-in-Hand Driver, Boyd Exell (AUT) leads after the marathon phase.
Chester Weber, the United States most celebrated combined driver, is second after the marathon phase.
Koos De Ronde of The Netherlands won the marathon phase and is sitting fourth overall.
Edouard Simonet of Belgium was fourth in the marathon phase and is sitting third overall individually. The Belgian team is in second heading into the final cones test.
The Canadian vaulting team finished in 10th place performing on 11-year-old Friesian-cross gelding, Charles.
The Canadian vaulters had a creative and emotional routine that embodied the spirit of WEG by depicting the ups and downs of teamwork.
The squad’s flyer, Fluet, was the youngest Canadian athlete to compete at WEG 2018.
The squad’s flyer, Fluet, and her gravity-defying poses and stunning leg extensions wowed the crowd.
Italy’s Sara Morganti took the freestyle gold in the Grade I competition – her second of the Games.
Denmark’s Stinna Tange Kaastrup riding Horsebo Smarties posted 78.947%% to take the gold ahead of Austria’s Pepo Puch on Sailor’s Blue with 75.500. The Netherlands’ Nicole den Dulk took bronze on Wallace N.O.P. with 74.573
The Netherlands’ Rixt van der Horst joined team-mate Voets as a triple gold winner, scoring 77.437% on Findsley. Continuing the USA’s incredible run, Rebecca Hart added silver to her bronze from the individual on El Corona Texel with an impressive 73.240%. Germany’s Angelika Trabert continued her return to the sport by taking the bronze on Diamond’s Shine, with a score of 71.840%.
Sanne Voets is the first ever non-British triple gold medal winner in the Grade IV competition. Riding her beloved Demantur N.O.P. she scored 79.645% to finish ahead of Brazil’s Rodolpho Riskalla on Don Henrico who posted 77.780%.