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Bromont International Driving to Celebrate 10 Year Anniversary

The Bromont International Driving is planning its 10th anniversary at the Bromont Equestrian Olympic Park. On the program: the best Canadian and American drivers performing on an outstanding site. Last year, the Bromont International Driving set a record by hosting

Check Your Soul Takes Wando in Style

His connections certainly know what it takes to win the Queen’s Plate, Canada’s most famous horse race, which will be contested on June 26 at Woodbine. Now, Check Your Soul just has to get to the classic for his owner-breeder

‘Roxy’ Roller: Casse Charge Takes Fury in Fine Fashion

Eugene Melnyk’s Roxy Gap got back to her winning ways, taking Saturday’s $150,000 Fury Stakes at Woodbine by three-quarters of a length. The three-year-old daughter of Indian Charlie now has four wins from five starts and stamped herself as a

Patrick Husbands, Roxy Gap

Mary King Claims the Top Spot at Rolex

Mary King (GBR), a regular visit to the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event for many years, at last goes home with a coveted Rolex watch, plus the lion’s share of the prize-money. In a superb display of cool horsemanship, she

Mary King, Rolex

Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze Second in World Cup Final

Olympic Show Jumping Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, riding Hickstead finished second in the 2011 Rolex FEI World Cup Final held April 27 to May 1 in Leipzig, Germany. Over three days of intense competition, Lamaze and Hickstead climbed

Eric Lamaze, Hickstead, World Cup Jumping

Ahlmann Claims Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final

Germany’s Christian Ahlmann claimed the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2010/2011 title in a thrilling finale on his home ground in Leipzig today with superb jumping from his stallion, Taloubet Z.  Sharing the lead with fellow-countryman Marco Kutscher, the 36-year-old

Eric Lamaze, Christian Ahlmann, Jeroen Dubbeldam, World Cup Jumping

Exell Claims Hat-Trick in FEI World Cup™ Driving Final

Boyd Exell from Australia has successfully defended his FEI World Cup™ Driving title in a thrilling finish in Leipzig (GER) to become only the second driver to score a hat-trick of World Cup victories. The popular Australian sped to victory

Boyd Exell, World Cup driving

Mary King is the One to Beat in the Last Leg at Rolex

Great Britain’s Mary King is the one to beat in tomorrow’s final jumping phase at the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, second leg of the HSBC FEI Classics™. The Devon-based rider holds the lead aboard Kings Temptress while the Portuguese-bred

Mary King, Rolex