Britain's Ben Maher collected a bumper pay-day at one of showjumping's richest events - the Spruce Meadows Masters in Canada.
Elsenham-based Maher, on board his 2009 European Championships horse Robin Hood W, finished third in the CN International Grand Prix, winning around £55,000.
A solitary time fault over two rounds cost them a place in the jump-off, contested by just two riders from an original 45-strong field.
American McLain Ward (Sapphire) took the top prize, edging Canadian Eric Lamaze (Hickstead) into second spot.
Two other British riders featured in the minor placings, with Geoff Billington (Rosinus) finishing ninth, one position ahead of Peter Charles (Murkas Pom d'Ami).
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