In the context of the exceptional current public health situation, Hermès is obliged to cancel the Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais 2020.
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Canadian Rider Katharine Morel and her horse Kerry On, pass away after accident at Rocking Horse Winter III Horse Trials
“Today, the equestrian industry lost not just an exceptional athlete, but an exceptional person, as well as the horse she loved,” said EC High Performance Director, James Hood.
The Nations Cup will take place in the International Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC), under the lights at 7 p.m. ET.
Canada was sitting last among the eight teams contesting the $290,000 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of the United States of America following the opening round of the two-round competition. Demonstrating why show jumping is anything but predictable, the Canadian Show Jumping Team clawed its way back to fourth place in the final standings with an improved second round performance.
This year Equine Career night will also feature several speakers highlighting different areas of the equine industry. We are happy to welcome Jennifer Anstey from Horse Publications Group, Sidonia McIntyre a certified equine massage therapist and massage instructor and Scott Cieslar from Mad Barn Equine Nutrition.
To be held in conjunction with the CQHA Annual General Meeting Friday, February 14, 2020 at 5:30 pm & the Saskatchewan Horse Expo February 13-16, 2020 The CQHA and the AQHA are excited to formally invite you to attend the inaugural Canadian Summit, in conjunction with the CQHA's Annual General Meeting and the Saskatchewan Equine Expo!
The prestigious 12-week competition draws Canadians to make the annual pilgrimage for the chance to test their mettle against some of the best dressage combinations in the world.
The Evening Extravaganza show is always a highlight to end a full day of shopping, presentations, lectures and clinics at Can-Am! This year’s featured entertainer is North America’s most well-known wild Mustang whisperer, trainer, and entertainer, Bobby Kerr.
If we want to become masters of change we must create incentives. We must lead by example, show those in the horse industry and those at a large what change we want to see and how we want that change to happen. Reward those who follow and create consequences for those who choose not to follow.