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Highlights from the Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022

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

The mythical CSIO5* Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022 concluded on Sunday with a German win in one of the most prestigious Grand Prix competitions in the world – the $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex. Daniel Deusser and Killer Queen VDM – a pair that also topped the Rolex Grand Prix of Aachen in 2021 – were the only pair to jump clear through two demanding rounds and a jump-off of three, claiming the sought-after title which made Deusser the new Live Contender as the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping heads towards the final stop of the 2022-season; CHI Geneva in December. 

Through the magical lens of MacKenzie Clark and her photo team, we take a look back on some of the highlights from the Spruce Meadows 'Masters' 2022. 

All photos © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team. 

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team After their victory in the 2021 Rolex Grand Prix of Aachen, Germany's Daniel Deusser and Killer Queen VDM added another prestigious title to their resume by winning the CSIO5* $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team A happy Team Deusser.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team From the Dutch Masters to CHIO Aachen and Spruce Meadows 'Masters'... the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping has one more stop left in 2022; CHI Geneva in December.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Killer Queen VDM added another Major win to her impressive resume.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team As last to go in the jump-off of three, Daniel Deusser knew a clear round would secure him the sought-after title. The German delivered just that and could celebrate another Major victory.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Switzerland's Steve Guerdat and Venard de Cerisy were the defending champions, but had to settle for the runner-up position this time around.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Belgium's super-talent Gilles Thomas and Aretino took a phenomenal third place finish in Sunday's $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Killer Queen VDM and Daniel Deusser en route to another Major victory.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team Pure joy for Mexico's Eugenio Garza Perez and Contago, that placed fourth in Sunday's demanding Grand Prix.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team The Netherland's Harrie Smolders and Darry Lou placed 8th in Sunday's CSIO5* $3,000,000 CP 'International', presented by Rolex, the penultimate leg of the 2022 Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Team Sweden took the victory in Saturday's CSIO5* BMO Nations Cup. Here the Swedish Chef d'Equipe Henrik Ankarcrona lifts the prestigious trophy.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Jens Fredricson and Markan Cosmopolit jumped double clear for Sweden in the CSIO5* BMO Nations Cup.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team The magical backdrop at Spruce Meadows. Here, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Ermindo W that jumped double clear for the Swedish team.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Henrik von Eckermann and Nababette Z added excitement for the Swedes. After jumping clear in round one, the two ran into trouble at the open water in round two and ended up jumping the wrong fence which resulted in elimination and added pressure for their team mates.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team After his teammates had posted three clears in round one, Sweden's Peder Fredricson on Catch Me Not S only came into play in round two. And the pressure was on... Four faults or less was needed to secure a win. After an early pole, Fredricson kept his cool and as on so many other occasions, sealed the deal for the Swedes.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Another win in the books for the Swedes!

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Amy Millar and Truman carried the Canadian team, jumping double clear in the BMO Nations Cup.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Photo Team. Steve Guerdat and Albfuehren's Maddox literally flying the Swiss flag during BMO Nations Cup where the Swiss team took the runner-up position.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team A splash of colour.

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

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Kent Farrington and Creedance won the CSIO5* 1.50m ATCO Cup.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team Mclain Ward and the wonderful HH Azur won the CSIO5* 1.60m Tourmaline Oil Cup.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team A treat for Martin Fuchs' Leone Jei.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Photo Team All eyes are now on CHI Geneva, as the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping moves towards the season's last Major.



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