Canada's Eric Lamaze victorious at The PwC Cup
Lamaze aboard his Olympic mount Fine Lady 5 jumped a quick clear
Canada's Eric Lamaze aboard his Olympic mount Fine Lady 5 jumped a quick clear that no one could catch on Thursday to win The PwC Cup at the Spruce Meadows National in Calgary.
Day 2 of the Spruce Meadows National came to a close with the ATB Financial Cup — the only qualifier for Saturday's RBC Grand Prix of Canada.
In his first time back competing at <a href="https://twitter.com/Spruce_Meadows?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@Spruce_Meadows</a> after announcing his brain tumour diagnoses, the great Eric Lamaze was victorious and won The PwC Cup. He spoke to us after the win on Thursday.<br><br>Full story: <a href="https://t.co/ok0X3HAdVK">https://t.co/ok0X3HAdVK</a> <a href="https://t.co/NeLUzqZ8Zz">pic.twitter.com/NeLUzqZ8Zz</a>—@cbcsports
American Beezie Madden won with a time of 46.11. Switzerland's Steve Guerdat was second in 46.31 and Australia's Rowan Willis finished with a time of 46.95 for third as all three riders qualified for Saturday.
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