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The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fourth in the $400,000 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada held on Sunday, June 5, at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC.
Ottawa’s Rayne Dubois scored a hometown win in the $15,000 Grand Prix held Saturday, May 28, 2022, at Wesley Clover Parks in Ottawa, ON, during the Ottawa Welcome show jumping tournament.
Rome, Italy – The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fifth among 10 countries competing for the €220,000 Nations’ Cup held Friday, May 27, during the CSIO5* Rome, Italy.
La Baule, France – Canadian Olympian Beth Underhill of Mulmer, ON, won the €500,000 Rolex Grand Prix of La Baule on Sunday, May 8, to close out the CSIO5* International Jumping La Baule in France.
Canada’s Dana Cooke won the CCI4*-S division at the Chattahoochee Hills International Horse Trials held from April 6 to 9, 2022, at the 8,000-acre Bouckaert Farm in Fairburn, GA.
Wellington, Florida – Canadian Olympic champion Eric Lamaze has announced, with regret and sadness, that he has officially retired from show jumping competition.
All four of the three-year-old Prospect Series classes will headline the Saturday, May 21 race card, and Confederation Cup Sunday (May 22) features the opening leg of the Grassroots Series for three-year-old pacing colts.
Canadian dressage athletes showed their competitive strength with Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu of Saint-Bruno, QC, leading the way during week five of the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) held from Feb. 10 - 13, 2022, in Wellington, FL. During Thursday’s opening day of competition, Fraser-Beaulieu finished runner-up in the CDI-W Grand Prix with a score of 71.895% riding All In, a 16-year-old liver chestnut Dutch Warmblood gelding (Tango x Damiro) that she owns in partnership with her fat...
After a year and a half of lockdowns and isolation, the Therapeutic Riding Association of Ottawa-Carleton (TROtt) has rolled out a new equine program to boost well-being. The new program, called “Horse Connections,” invites its clients to interact with horses in sessions tailored to build trust and provide a sense of inner strength and presence, without the pressure of riding the horses.