The Toronto Fair concluded with the 1.60m world cup class. In total seven combinations qualified for the jump-off in which Kentin Farrington and the 9-year-old Creedance (Lord Z x Notaris) set a record time. The combination crossed the finish in 31.86 seconds. Almost two seconds faster as the Olympic combination Nick Skelton and Big Star (by Quick Star), who stopped the time in 33.55 seconds.
Canada’s number one show jumping rider, Ian Miller followed in a third place aboard the 13-year-old Belgian Warmblood sire Dixon (by Vigo d’Arsouille). The top five was completed by Mac Cone (Gasper van den Doorn, by Calvaro Z) and Laura Kraut (Congu, by Contact Me) in fourth and fifth.
Just before the main class kicked-off a 1.40m speed and handiness was on the program. Dutch show jumping rider, Harrie Smolders speeded to victory with Appolonia 23 (by Bøgegårdens Apollo). Man in form, David Will followed in a second place aboard Cento du Rouet (by Chinta).