Scott Brash in Show Jumping action at Spruce Meadows in Calgary
Last Updated: 08/09/17 5:19pm
The next leg of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping takes place on Sunday at Spruce Meadows in Calgary, live on Sky Sports Action from 6.45pm
The Grand Prix in Canada is regarded as one of the biggest and most challenging on the circuit, with fences standing at a maximum height of 1.7m.
All eyes will be on Scott Brash as the British rider looks to make it three wins in a row at Spruce Meadows.
Former world No 1 Brash, who won gold at London 2012 as part of GB's team jumping quartet, made history in 2015 when he won in Calgary to become the first rider to win the Rolex Grand Slam - he backed that up with another magnificent win last year after a thrilling jump off.
The 31-year-old from Peebles, Scotland, is also chasing the Grand Slam, and he will ride Ursula, who at 16 will feature in her last Spruce Meadows before retiring.
The Grand Slam now consists of four Grand Prix events, with the Dutch Masters GP coming in 2018, while the other two events are Geneva in December and Aachen in July.
At Spruce Meadows, the world's leading riders from 19 nations will be competing all week to qualify for a place in Sunday's Grand Prix; including current world No 1 Kent Farrington, former Olympic champion Beezie Madden and World Cup Final winner McLain Ward.
Also with his eye on the trophy is Belgian Gregory Wathelet, who won in Aachen in July.