Thunderbird Show Park
It was a good day for the Irish, with team Ireland taking the win at the FEI European Championships and Conor Swail winning again
Second place was Canadian Chris Surbey, who rode Daylight VDL at the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping at Thunderbird Show Park.
American Kyle King riding Christian took the win in the inaugural Vancouver Grand Prix in downtown Vancouver, hosted by Thunderbird Show Park.
Ireland's Daniel Coyle and Cita won the $235,000 CSIO5* Longines Grand Prix, the first five-star grand prix in the 45-year history of Thunderbird Show Park.
Conor Swail (IRL) continued his winning ways at Langley by capturing the $75,000 CSI4*-W Maui Jim Welcome Stake with Rubens La Silla.
Eric Navet (FRA) and longtime partner Catypso won the $75,000 CSI4*-W Steel-Craft Doors Cup at the Thunderbird Showpark Summer Fort Festival in Langley, BC.
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