British pair Emily Moffitt and Ben Maher of London Knights were the victors at the Longines Global Champions League event in Stockholm.
Performing at an Olympic Stadium packed full of Swedish fans, Moffitt and Maher rode faultlessly, finishing on the one fault they had picked up yesterday.
“I was saying before I got on my horse just how amazing the crowd is," Moffitt said of the atmosphere.
"It makes it more fun when you go clear."
In second place with eight faults were Berlin Eagles, comprising home favourite Malin Baryard-Johnsson and her German team mate Ludger Beerbaum.
Ireland's Mark McAuley and Spain's Eduardo Álvarez Aznar, making up Madrid in Motion, were third with eight faults and a slower time than the silver medallists.
In the overall GCL rankings, the Knights have jumped up to fourth overall, level with the St Tropez Pirates on 142 points.
The Shanghai Swans have extended their lead and are 12 points ahead of Miami Celtics who sit on 148 points.
Madrid in Motion sit in third, just three points behind with 145.