Second place was Canadian Chris Surbey, who rode Daylight VDL at the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping at Thunderbird Show Park.
Beezie Madden Defeats Impressive Entry in Duncan Ross Cup; Top Canadian Vanessa Mannix in 9th at Spruce Meadows Pan American
Spruce Meadows’ resident professional Chris Surbey (CAN) was also able to bring home a win for the team in the RBC Capital Markets Cup
The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished second in the $100,000 FEI Nations’ Cup and qualified for the FEI Nations’ Cup Final in Barcelona, ESP.
The stage was set and the audience was counting on McLain Ward (USA) to win his second consecutive class at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017
In the first indoor competition of the 2016 Longines FEI World Cup in Sacramento, Canada’s Chris Surbey places third, without a single fault