Additional highlights of the show included the high score awards: Second Level High Score, John Zopatti and Mitchell, an eight-year-old KWPN Dutch Warmblood by Uniform, 69.369%, sponsored by Weiss Family Chiropractic Center; Third Level High Score, Chris Hickey and Lantario, a seven-year-old Hanoverian owned by Gemma Gatti, 70.658% (Hickey won all three third level classes); Fourth Level High Score, Diane Hackley Anderson and Maikel, a a seven-year-old KWPN, 69.405%. The Young Riders high score went to Amber Walker and Wallensis, and eleven-year-old Hanoverian by Winterwald, who scored 66.410%.
In the FEI ring at the 2002 Wellington Dressage Show, January 31 through February 3, Michelle Gibson's on her stallion, World of Dreams by World Cup out of a Cardinale xx mare, continue to gain momentum. On Friday, the pair took the blue in the Prix St. Georges with a score of 71.750%. The following day, Gibson and World of Dreams won the Intermediare 1 class with a 71.125%.