The British recorded their first victory in 24 years at St Gallen, Switzerland where the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ was disrupted by appalling weather conditions. However good sport won through, and despite the fact that the second round was bypassed read more

OHRIA Concerned by OLG’s Continued Expansion

The Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association (OHRIA) is concerned that the integration of horse racing into the OLG’s Gaming Strategy will be impossible if the existing OLG Modernization Plan continues to go forward. The OLG’s announcement of the RFPQs (Request read more

Spruce Meadows Summer Tournaments

Spruce Meadows, home to some of the most prestigious and popular show jumping events in the world, is excited to welcome the best riders to their summer tournaments, which begin on June 5 and continue with five tournaments through July read more

Future of Dressage in Wellington Looks Bright

Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) and Wellington Classic Dressage are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement on the structure of the Dressage calendar for 2014 and beyond and will submit this to the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). read more

EHV-1 in Ontario: ORC Update

As of May 28, 2013, there have been no further confirmed cases of EHV-1 in Ontario since the restrictions on racing were imposed. At the request of the Ontario Racing Commission (ORC), Dr Scott Weese, an expert in infectious disease read more

New Mounts for Eric Lamaze and Tiffany Foster

Artisan Farms has purchased three grand prix mounts for its riders Eric Lamaze and Tiffany Foster. Powerplay and Quelmec du Gery will be ridden by 2008 Olympic Champion Lamaze while Verdi III is for Foster, a member of Canada’s fifth-placed read more

Mickey Walls Wins 2013 Avelino Gomez Memorial Award

Mickey Walls, one of Canada’s greatest riding exports, was today named the 2013 recipient of the Avelino Gomez Memorial Award. The coveted Gomez Award is given to the person, Canadian-born, Canadian-raised or regular rider in the country for more than read more

Thunderbird Show Park started their 40th season with a breathtaking grand prix, thanks to a field of 38 riders and an inspired course designed by Germany’s, Stefan Wirth. Sunday afternoon’s $25,000 Canadian Premiere Grand Prix offered a thrilling jump off, read more

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