Scott Brash and Bon Ami II headed the $100,000 FEI World Cup grand prix in Toronto, Canada on Wednesday night.
The Peebles-based rider and the 10-year-old gelding set the target from first draw in a seven-rider jump-off but it was only Irishmen Conor Swail (Landsdowne) and Dermott Lennon (Hallmark Elite) who came close with their challenge for second and third places respectively.
“My horse was a little bit sharp yesterday but tonight he was much more relaxed,” said Scott, who, with Nick Skelton has been based Stateside for the past few weeks.
“After the jump-off, I came out of the ring slightly disappointed in myself. I didn’t think I was going to be fast enough, but luckily I was.”
Don’t miss the full report in next week’s issue of H&H (out 24 November)