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FEI Nations’ Cup™ 2011 – Preview

The FEI Nations’ Cup™ Top League series this year reverts to the eight-leg, eight-team format that was originally established in 2003, and next Friday the 2011 season is set to kick off at La Baule in France. The most enduring

Elections and Allocation of FEI Championships and Finals

Carmen Barrera (ESA) and Roberto Luiz Giugni (BRA) were elected chairs of regional groups V and VI respectively by the FEI Extraordinary General Assembly which was held on May 6, 2011 in Lausanne (SUI). The following FEI Championships and Finals

FEI and IMG Media Sign Four-Year Deal

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) has signed a new four-year contract with IMG Media (IMG), a division of the global sports, fashion and media company IMG Worldwide, that will ensure global distribution of the FEI’s major equestrian events to television

Jump Canada Finalizes New Competitions Policy

Open Letter from the Chair of Jump Canada In March of 2010, Jump Canada established a Task Force to review its current competition policy, to update it for future years, and to address the continuing need to stay current with

Bear’s Chill Freezes Out Queenston Rivals

Bear’s Chill threw caution to his three-year-old Canadian-bred rivals heading towards the Queen’s Plate after dominating Saturday’s $150,000 Queenston Stakes at Woodbine. The seven-furlong Queenston is traditionally a key prep for the $1 million Plate, first gem in Canada’s Triple

Bear's Chill, Emile Ramsammy

Stunning Stag Rallies to Win Vigil

Janice Attard’s Stunning Stag, with Gerry Olguin aboard, collared pacesetter Essence Hit Man at the sixteenth pole and went on to a three-length score in the featured $174,900 Grade 3 Vigil Stakes, Sunday at Woodbine. Trained by Sid Attard, Stunning

Stunning Stag, Gerry Olguin

Eric Lamaze Claims Victory in Valencia

Eric Lamaze, ranked number 2 in the world, who won the Repsol Trophy during the Global Champions Tour, putting in a time of 47.76 seconds, riding mare Coriana Van Klapscheut. This is the same horse that obtained another victory in

Eric Lamaze, Coriana Van Klapscheut

Strong ‘Can-Con’ for Oaks

Canadian content for the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby might be short this year, save for a filly that has a big shot to win one for the home side. There, of course, have been many years when Canadians and