Rowan Willis and Blue Movie have added another feather in their caps with a profound result in the biggest Grand Prix in the world.
A whopping 1.70 metre course greeted the world's best horse and riding combinations Canada's famous Spruce Meadows complex for the $2.5 million USD Rolex Grand Prix.
Willis and Blue Movie posted a clear opening round - only four combinations managed this - before the jump off.
In the jump off, Willis and 'Carrots' knocked two rails, earning them eight faults, but it still meant the combination landed fourth spot.
Naturally, Willis was ecstatic with his superstar mare.
"She is the only horse to have been placed in this prestigious leg of the Rolex Grand Slam for the last three consecutive events," he said on his Facebook page.
"And she is also the only horse to have been placed in the world's richest Grand Prix for the previous four years!
"Thanks Carrots, you mean the world to me."
Willis took a team of horses to Spruce Meadows for various classes and earlier had won a 1.40m class aboard Wellington Grey Goose.
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