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Marsh Side easily Captures Sky Classic

Seven-year-old Marsh Side sprinted away from his rivals through the stretch to take Sunday’s $254,900, Grade 2 Sky Classic Stakes at Woodbine. Last year’s Grade 1 Northern Dancer Stakes winner and the 2008 Pattison Canadian International champion showed his affinity

Angela Covert-Lawrence Captures $32,000 Open Welcome in Ottawa

A last minute decision landed Angela Covert-Lawrence of St. Lazare, QC, in the winner’s circle for the $32,000 Brookstreet/CompetitiveJumpers.com Open Welcome held Thursday, August 19, at the CSI2* National Capital Show Jumping Tournament in Ottawa, ON. A mid-afternoon thunderstorm before

Angela Covert-Lawrence of St. Lazare, QC, won the $32,000 Brookstreet/CompetitiveJumpers.com Open Welcome held at the CSI2* National Capital Show Jumping Tournament in Ottawa, ON. Photo by: Yavuz.

Gold for Team Europe at Youth Olympics

Team Europe has won the coveted team gold at the Youth Olympic Games after a nail biting jump-off between three teams in a day of unsurpassed excitement in the jumping arena. Three teams – Europe, Australasia and Africa – were

Team Europe celebrates winning gold in the Youth Olympic Games Team Jumping – back row (L-R): Nicola Philippaerts (BEL), Martin Fuchs (SUI) and Wojciech Dahlke (POL) and front row (L-R): Carian Scudamore (GBR) and Valentina Isoardi (ITA). Photo by: IOC

Drive Canada Announces Drive Canada Team for WEG

The 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Combined Driving Event is for four-in-hand drivers and Canada will be represented by two drivers—Darryl Billing of Elmira, ON and Debbie Laderoute of Calgary, AB. Billing qualified his own Dutch Warmblood geldings,

The 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Combined Driving Event is for by four-in-hand drivers and Canada will be represented by two drivers – Debbie Laderoute of Calgary, AB (top) and Darryl Billing of Elmira, ON(bottom). Photos by Darryl Billing and Cealy Tetley

Youth Olympic Games Team Jumping Starts

The Youth Olympic Games equestrian events got off to a flying start at the beautiful Singapore Equestrian venue today, with Australasia, Africa and Europe sharing the lead after the first round of the Teams Jumping competition. Clear rounds came from

Abdurahman Al Marri (QAT) and Emmaville Persuasion, jumping for Team Asia, competing in the first round of the team competition at the Youth Olympic Games. Photo by IOC

Youth Olympians Counting Down to Landmark Event

The Asian team will be pathfinders for the first equestrian event of the Singapore Youth Olympic Games, Round One of the team Jumping event, following this morning’s draw. This historic competition gets underway tomorrow at 9.30am Singapore time in front

FEI Congress on NSAIDs Concludes

The FEI Congress on Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAID) Usage and Medication in the Equine Athlete has been hailed as an invaluable contribution to the debate on the in-competition use of NSAIDs. In a ground-breaking approach by the FEI, the Congress

Dr Martial Saugy, Professor Tim Greet, Frank Kemperman, Brough Scott, and Chris Hodson discussed the public perception of equestrian sports, sponsors and the media perspective on the use of NSAIDs in competition. Photo by: Patrick Luscher/FEI

Video release of FEI Congress on NSAIDs

A free-to-view video release about the FEI Congress on NSAID Usage and Medication in the Equine Athlete, which was held at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland on 16/17 August 2010, is now available on the FEI You Tube channel