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Highlights from the CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show 2022, part two

Friday, 18 November 2022
CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show 2022

Let’s take a look into the magic of the 100th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada! The Royal is the largest indoor agricultural and equestrian event in the world, and the CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show is part of all the action – which includes the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto, one of the legs in the North American League. This year's Royal was nothing but spectacular, with a full house and fantastic atmosphere. 

Over two photo specials we look back at some of all the magic, captured through the lens of Mackenzie Clark and here is the second part.

First out: Tiffany Foster and Northern Light receive advice from Kent Farrington before their jump-off for the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto, where they finished third. 

All photos © Mackenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Mclain Ward celebrates victory with Catoki in the $35,000 International K9/Equine Challenge.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The appropriately named Cinderella shows off the slipper on her bonnet, before claiming the Junior 1.20m Jumper Championship with Mackenzie Solomon.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride was a feature performance for nine days of the 100th Royal Winter Fair!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Nayel Nassar and Coronado enter the sold out Coca Cola Colosseum for the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Girl power: Carly Campbell-Cooper and Taylor Brooks, Lorna Jean Guthrie Canadian Hunter Derby Champion and Reserve Champion!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Daniel Coyle celebrates his first round clear with Legacy, later to be winners of the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Holly Jacks and Josephine won the Horseware Indoor Eventing Challenge Final.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Mclain Ward and Nayel Nassar celebrate a 1-2 finish in the $74,000 Centennial Cup.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Beatrice Sutcliffe takes a quiet moment to thank Glynhafan Arturo in between the many people of “pony day” at The Royal.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Ready to show. Meude Boulanger Bouchard shares a moment with Ep To You.

Photo © Mackenzie Clark Ben Maher and Ginger Blue compete in the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Rowan Willis and longtime partner Blue Movie compete in the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The absolutely electric atmosphere of The Royal Horse Show. Full crowds for the $25,000 Royal Six Horse Hitch Championship with 60 heavy horses lined up down the middle of The Coca Cola Colosseum!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Rodrigo Pessoa competes with Major Tom in the $138,000 Big Ben International Challenge.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Olympian Amy Millar cheers on her student Taylor Wood to the win in the Junior 1.20m Jumper Welcome.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Everything is a performance at The Royal! Even the course build!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The Princes' Gates, originally erected in 1927 by Edward, Prince of Wales, and Prince George, Duke of Kent, visited at the 100th anniversary of The Royal by newly-crowned Canadian Hunter Derby Final Winners Taylor Brooks and Spectre!

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