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Canadian Jumpers Named for 2012 NAJYRC

Jump Canada has announced the show jumping athletes that will represent Canada at the 2012 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, these Championships will be held July 17–22 at the Kentucky Horse Park in read more

With just 10 days to go to the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games, the hopes and dreams of equestrian athletes and their support crews are all focused on Greenwich Park, in the heart of England’s capital city. read more

Karen Cudmore Shines at Blainville CSI 2*

At CSI 2* Blainville, held July 13-15, in Blainville, Quebec, an exciting, eight horse jump-off in Sunday’s Grand Prix capped off three great weeks of competition at the Blainville Equestrian Park. 40,000 Grand Prix 1. Karen Cudmore / Ceonto 2. read more

Canadians at Rebecca Farm

James Atkinson and The Alchemyst were Canada’s top entry in the CIC 3* division at Event at Rebecca Farm, held July 11-15 in Kalispell, MT. The pair finished in fourth place with a final score of 74. In the CIC read more

Canadian Reiners Named for 2012 NAJYRC

The Canadian Reining Committee (CRC) is pleased to announce the team and individual riders to represent Canada and their provinces at the 2012 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, these Championships will be read more

CEC Farms’ Cryptic Message made every pole a winning one in Sunday’s $150,800 Shady Well Stakes, at Woodbine. The bay daughter of Cryptograph-Abby O, trained by Ralph Biamonte and ridden Emma-Jayne Wilson, remained unbeaten while notching her first added-money score read more

Patrioticandproud rallied in the final furlong to take Saturday’s $150,000 Toronto Cup Stakes, at Woodbine. It was the first added-money score for the dark bay son of Proud Citizen-Luvina, trained by Mark Casse and ridden by Eurico Rosa da Silva, read more

Bluegrass Equine Bloodstock LLC’s Joha got up in the final jump to take Saturday’s $152,100 Colin Stakes, at Woodbine. The dark bay son of Johar-Mujado, bred in Kentucky by BEC Bloodstock, tipped off the rail in mid-stretch and chased down read more

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