Ulster showjumpers Jordan Coyle, Jonathan Smyth and teenager Shannon Treanor are celebrating Championship success.
Coyle dominated the US scene with no fewer than three Grand Prix wins inside a week, while Smyth won the Ulster Region Grand Prix in Lurgan and 17-year-old Treanor was the Leading Young Rider at the Mullingar Youngster finals.
Derry's Coyle partnered the Elan Farms-owned bay gelding Picador to win two Grand Prix events at the North Salem Fall Show and earlier won the Hits Saugerties $75k (£58k) event, both in New York state.
Annaghmore rider Jonathan McCrea was runner-up on Jaskijn at the Saugerties event.
Armagh's Treanor shared first place in the Mullingar four-year-old finals and was then crowned Red Mills Leading Young Rider of the Show.
The Meadows, Lurgan hosted a leg of the Ulster Region Grand Prix where Smyth, from Victoria Bridge, was unstoppable with Cafre Olympic Dream to win the five-horse jump-off in 39.02.
Simon Scott was second and third with Ploverfield Lilyana and Jasmine Tide.
The Mullingar SJI/HSI Autumn 1.35m Grand Prix was shared by Brendan Murphy and Richie Kerins, both stopping the clock in 30.74 in an 11-horse jump-off from 48 starters.
Murphy was aboard Fivemiletown man Alan Robertson's home-bred Ocean O'Gara, while Kerins partnered Frank Kelly's Achonry Carie.
Ger O'Neill was outstanding on Keatingstown Z Wellie Two, owned by Sharon Fitzpatrick, to win the 1.40m €6k (£5.5k) HSI Grand Prix at Mullingar in a 10-horse jump-off from 48 starters.
Newry rider Lorcan Gallagher and VDL Cartello were runners-up in a class at the Traverse Show, Michigan.