Valkenswaard United extended their lead in the overall Global Champions League standings ©Global Champions League

Scott Brash triumphed in a jump off at the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix event at the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm.

The British rider featured in a four-way jump-off in the Swedish capital.

Brash, riding on Hello Jefferson, triumphed in 39.81 seconds after producing a clean round.

Edwina Tops-Alexander of Australia placed second in 40.87, with the United States' Spencer Smith third in 39.58 with four faults.

Colombia's Carlos Enrique Lopez finished in 40.29, but received eight faults.

Sweden's Peder Fredricson remains top of the series standings with a 41-point lead over Brash.

Fredricson leads on 149.00 with Brash and Tops-Alexander following on 108.00 and 98.00, respectively.

"I’m delighted with the win, I thought Jefferson was amazing today," Brash said.

"He has so much quality and I finally feel our partnership coming through and I feel there is no Grand Prix this horse can’t win. 

"We just missed out in Madrid and I was thinking it was going to be another unlucky year again, but it's great to be part of the exciting Super Grand Prix."

"It was an amazing crowd, especially when the Swedish guys ride they really get behind them and it’s great to feel that bit of atmosphere again at the shows, it brings the best out in the competitors."

The Global Champions League event saw Tops-Alexander and Fredricson earn victory for Valkenswaard United.

The pairing triumphed on a score of 144.23.

Monaco Aces’ Billy Twomey and Jérôme Guery were second on 144.09, followed by the Berlin Eagles' Philipp Weishaupt and Ludger Beerbaum on 139.92.

Valkenswaard United lead the overall series standings on 132 points.

The Shanghai Swans are second on 103 points, with the Monaco Aces third on 97.

Paris will host next week’s sixth leg of the season.