The winners of the Rolex Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows - Pieter Devos and Candy - showed their strength to be the first pair to go clear in the Grand Prix in Geneva. Unfortunately two rails fell in the jump-off to keep them away from another Rolex Grand Prix-win. Photos by World of Showjumping.
Doda rode a fantastic first clear Rolex Grand Prix round on AD Rahmannshof's Bogeno, and had the fastest time of the class in the jump-off - but unfortunately at the expense of a pole.
Gilbert de Roock and Eric Lamaze watching the Grand Prix.
Athina Onassis de Miranda keeps on impressing with her good riding, and had only one unfortunate time penalty on AD Camille Z in the Rolex Grand Prix.
He had two wins during the show, but in the Rolex Grand Prix Kent Farrington had to settle as the first rider outside the prize money with one fence down on Willow.
Kevin Staut rode the youngest horse in the Rolex Grand Prix jump-off; the eight year old For Joy van't Zorgvliet HDC who impressed in Geneva.
Unfortunately it was not Richard Spooner and Cristallo's day, and they had two down in the Rolex Grand Prix.
Luciana Diniz did another good show on Lennox, ending 8th in the Rolex Grand Prix with one down in the jump-off.
Last year they won - this year three poles fell for the super pair Edwina Tops-Alexander and Cevo Itot du Chateau.
In addition to For Joy van't Zorgvliet HDC, Haras des Coudrettes had another one in the jump-off; Lacrimoso HDC ridden by Patrice Delaveau.
The most beautiful horse on the planet? Carlo 273.
The margins were not on Daniel Deusser's side as one pole fell for him and Cornet D'Amour.