The Rolex One to Watch – February 2011

The Rolex One to Watch for February 2011 is the Azerbaijani rider, Jamal Rahimov. Based in Belgium, the 23-year-old jumped from number 469 to 198 during February – a move up the Rolex Rankings of 271 places. The Rolex One

Jamal Rahimov – February’s Rolex One to Watch

Countdown Begin For FEI World Cup™ Vaulting Premiere

The 40-day countdown to the FEI World Cup™ Final in Leipzig (GER) is inspiring a flurry of excitement amongst Vaulting fans, eager to see some of the world’s best talent compete in their first-ever FEI World Cup™ Vaulting Final in

Iris Kellett 1926-2011

Iris Kellett, one of the most influential figures in the history of Irish equestrian sport, died last Friday aged 85. She leaves behind a long legacy of excellence as a competitor, trainer, breeder and horse producer but will be best

Iris Kellett 1949

FEI Bureau Extends Consultation Period on New Statutes

Following requests from National Federations, the FEI Bureau has agreed to extend the period of consultation on new FEI Statutes that would allow for restructuring of the current FEI governance model. The vote on restructuring had originally been scheduled to

Canadian Para-Dressage Team to Compete at CPEDI3* Del Mar

Canadian Para-Dressage riders will compete for top team and individual honours at the Del-Mar, California, CPEDI3* from March 10–13, 2011. The team will be comprised of Lauren Barwick, Ashley Gowanlock, Eleonore Elstone and Stephanie Ross. The riders will also be

Canada Finishes Second in Nations’ Cup in Wellington

Canada finished second in the $75,000 FEI Nations’ Cup, Presented by G&C Farm, held Friday night, March 4, during the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL. The Canadian Team comprised of Yann Candele of Nobleton, ON, Eric Lamaze of

The Canadian Show Jumping Team placed second in the $75,000 FEI Nations’ Cup, Presented by G&C Farm, in Wellington, Florida. The Canadian Team members on the right-hand side, from left to right: Yann Candele, Eric Lamaze, chef d’equipe Terrance Millar, Ian Millar and Jonathan Millar. Photo b Sportfot

Jump Canada Announces Bursary Recipients for 2010

Jump Canada is pleased to announce the young athletes who have been named recipients of the Jump Canada Bursary for 2010. In recognition of the difficulty that young riders face as they strive to continue their education while also competing