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Behind the scenes at the Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022

Wednesday, 14 September 2022
CSIO5* Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022

Last week, the CSIO5* Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022 welcomed some of the world's very best horses and riders to Calgary, Canada, to compete in what is considered to be two of the toughest tests in showjumping; the BMO Nations Cup and the $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex. While Team Sweden – the reigning World Champions – were unstoppable in the BMO Nations Cup, taking home the win ahead of the Swiss in second and the Dutch in third, Sunday's Grand Prix ended with a German victory, as Daniel Deusser and Killer Queen VDM were the only pair to jump three clear rounds. 

Through the magical lens of Mackenzie Clark and her photo team, World of Showjumping got a glimpse behind the scenes at the Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022. First out, double World Champions King Edward and Henrik von Eckermann. 

All photos © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. 

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Maclain Ward's HH Azur and Lee McKeever at the vet-check.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Team Sweden's Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Zuccero.

 Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Precious cargo arriving at Spruce Meadows.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Wearing a crown; reigning World Champion Henrik von Eckermann walking in the warm-up.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team It takes a village... and some waiting.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team These two will never miss out on a photo op: Sean Lynch and Sean Vard.

 Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Team Swail after Conor and Count Me In topped the CSIO5* 1.60m CANA Cup.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Team Sweden's Peder Fredricson and H&M All In.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Strike a pose: Daniel Bluman.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Canadian legend Ian Millar was at the 'Masters' to support his daughter Amy, who jumped double clear for Canada in the CSIO5* BMO Nations Cup.

 Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Santiago Nuñez Riva and Daniel Bluman.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Swiss team spirit during the BMO Nations Cup.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Max Kühner and an iconic Spruce Meadows backdrop.

 Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Rolex Testimonee Steve Guerdat meeting the press during a Rolex Round Table.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. A big smile from Guerdat.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. A family affair: Team Sweden's Peder Fredricson celebrates with his brother Jens, after the Swedes won the BMO Nations Cup.

 Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. Daniel Deusser was all smiles after Killer Queen VDM ended the week at the Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022 by winning the $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Showtime: Team Gilles Thomas on their way towards the International Ring during Sunday's $3,000,000 Grand Prix.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Darry Lou and Louise Persson.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. An iconic team: Mclain Ward, HH Azur and Lee McKeever.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. H&M All In and Alva Svensson.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Until next time, Spruce Meadows!



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