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EC Recognizes 2016 Eventing NOBoundaries Athletes

The Equestrian Canada (EC) Eventing Committee is pleased to recognize the athletes scouted as part of the Eventing NOBoundaries (ENB) talent identification program during the 2016 competition season. ENB is a long-term EC program designed to identify competitive high performance read more

Park Stud Launch Investment Fund

For the first time in Park Stud’s storied 35-year history, the farm will begin offering investment partnerships through the Park Stud Broodmare Investment Fund, launched this month. Park Stud is Canada’s premier commercial thoroughbred stallion farm. The farm counts 10-time read more

2022 WEG Host Candidates Announced

Two cities have been announced as Official Candidates to host the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2022. Lexington, Kentucky (USA) and Samorin (SVK) have both been selected as potential hosts for the FEI flagship in six years’ time. “We are very read more

On November, 12, 2016 a team of talented young Canadians travelled to Ehrhardt, SC for the 2016 Young Riders Endurance Team challenge. The event was the brainchild of a committed group of Endurance officials, including Canada’s Deanna Spiker DVM, following read more

OSPCA Seeks Gently Used Blankets

With the cold weather upon us, the Ontario SPCA is appealing to the equestrian community for donations of gently used blankets to help keep horses warm this winter as they wait to be adopted. The Ontario SPCA is seeking all read more

Montreal Carriage Industry to Receive $500,000

Montreal’s horse-drawn carriage (calèche) industry is set to receive a half a million dollars in funding to help improve operations and regulate the safety of the horses and the public. The decision was made by the Ville-Marie borough council last read more

Scott Brash became the 15th British rider to come out on top in his home leg of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping series when galloping to victory with Hello M’Lady in the Longines qualifier at Olympia in London (GBR) this read more

Boyd Exell (AUS) has won the fifth leg of the FEI World Cup™ Driving at London Olympia after an exciting battle with Koos de Ronde (NED) and József Dobrovitz (HUN). Boyd took the top honours, but since he competed with read more

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