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The verdict is in: Rahy’s Attorney takes Bunty Lawless Again

Rahy’s Attorney, the 2008 Woodbine Mile champion, defended his Bunty Lawless Stakes crown in style, taking Saturday’s $125,000 added-money feature for the third time. The Ontario-bred, who is trained by Ian Black and was ridden by Slade Callaghan, entered the

Annual Fall Classic Breeders’ Sale Concludes Successfully

The 16th annual Fall Classic Breeders’ Sale, offered by the Alberta Chapter of the Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association, wrapped up another great year on October 17th. The barns were buzzing and the seats full with additional viewers looking on

All Human Athletes at WEG Negative for Prohibited Substances

The FEI has today announced that all urine samples taken from athletes competing at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ have tested negative for prohibited substances. The announcement comes just one week after the FEI revealed that all equine

Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games By the Numbers

In addition to an incredible host city and state, the world’s best athletes, and the friendliest volunteer workforce in the world, it took a lot to stage the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. Here’s a look at the 16 days

Eric Lamaze Named Owner of the Year

For the second year running, Eric Lamaze and John Fleischhacker, joint-owners of the 14 year-old bay stallion Hickstead, have been awarded the prestigious title of “Owner of the Year” by the Jumping Owners Club. Hickstead and Lamaze continued their superb

Christian Baillet, Chairman of the JOC and Sven Holmberg, First Vice-President of the FEI, presenting Owner of the Year Award to Eric Lamaze.

Joshua Tree Wins Pattison Canadian International

Joshua Tree, ridden by Colm O’Donoghue, collared pacesetter Fifty Proof in mid-stretch, then held off a closing Mores Wells and favoured Redwood to win the Grade 1, $2 million Pattison Canadian International, Canada’s richest horse race, Saturday at Woodbine. Trained by

Ahlmann Wins Opening Rolex Leg at Oslo

Christian Ahlmann won the opening leg of the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Western European League series at Oslo in Norway this afternoon where German riders scooped the top three places.  And Ahlmann’s victory was all-the-more creditable for the

Germany’s Christian Ahlmann, who steered Taloubet Z to victory in the opening leg of the 2010/2011 Roled FEI World Cup™ Jumping series at Oslo, Norway today, is presented with his Rolex watch by Anthony Schaub from Rolex. Photo: FEI/Roger Svalsrod