Brazil, Germany, The Netherlands and USA all tied for the lead on a zero score after the first round of Team Jumping at Deodoro Olympic Park today, with France trailing by just a single time fault going into tomorrow’s second-round read more

Great Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin (31) and the fabulous 14-year-old gelding, Valegro, were in a class of their own when posting an Olympic Dressage record score of 93.857 in the Grand Prix Freestyle to claim their second successive individual title today. read more

Dutch Jumper Disqualified for Blood

Rio de Janeiro (BRA) – Stephan Ellenbruch, President of the Rio 2016 Equestrian Olympic Ground Jury, said: “We can confirm that Jur Vrieling has been disqualified from today’s individual Jumping competition. The FEI’s rules are very specific -if any blood read more

The Canadian Show Jumping Team athletes were off to a flying start on Aug. 14 at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, with Amy Millar of Perth, ON and Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON both posting clear rounds. Teammates Yann Candele read more

Canadian Jumpers off to a Flying Start in Rio

Several unexpected eliminations marked the first round of show jumping in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian course designer Guilherme Jorge built a large track, bigger than the first round in London, but it was the final line that caused the most read more

Channel Maker battled through a contested pace to graduate in style in Sunday’s $150,800 Vandal Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Dan Vella for owner Joey Gee Thoroughbreds, the English Channel chestnut arrived at the Vandal from a determined third-place run, read more

Canadian Show Jumping Team athletes,Yann Candele of Caledon, ON, Tiffany Foster of North Vancouver, BC, Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, and Amy Millar of Perth, ON are set to compete in the jumping portion of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games read more

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