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Canadian Eventers Lead after Cross-Country at NAJYRC

Leading CH-Y** Division after cross-country is David Ziegler (who was also competing in the dressage division) riding his second horse of the competition, Critical Decision (Consul x Two a Day), his 18-year-old Oldenburg gelding, on his dressage a score of

Riding Blue Ben, Moira de Ste Croix-Laframboise of Kars, ON is in first place after cross-country with a score of 49.2 in the CH-J* Division.
(Cealy Tetley photo)

More Medals for Canadian Dressage Riders at NAJYRC

Attending the Championships for the first time, 14-year-old Camille Carier Bergeron of Mascouche, QC once again earned the highest Junior score for her Freestyle test. With Lowelas (Hockey 41 x Inster Graditz), a 14-year-old Trakehner gelding owned by Gilles Bergeron,

Camille Carier Bergeron of Mascouche, QC once again earned the highest Junior score of 71.275% for her Freestyle test with Lowelas. (Cealy Tetley photo)

Canadian Jumpers Move Forward to Finals at NAJYRC

Today’s two-round Nations’ Cup acted as the second and third individual qualifiers, and all the members of the Canadian Junior Team enjoyed success in the big Rolex Stadium ring. Jumping American Steve Stephens’ course, Katelyn Cooper of Calgary, AB and

Adrien Vilcini of Selwyn, ON and his horse Gervantus had great rounds, posting two double clear efforts in the Junior Riders Nations' Cup.
(Cealy Tetley photo)

Canadian Endurance Rider Finishes in Fourth at NAJYRC

Riding Tracy Reynolds’ TEF Sunflash (CRF Jalal x Lewisfield Sunraf), a 14-year-old Arabian gelding, Katya Levermann of One Hundred Mile House, BC finished in fourth place in the NAJYRC-CH 4* FEI Championship race. The race, 120 km in length, consisted

Riding Tracy Reynolds' TEF Sunflash, Katya Levermann of One Hundred Mile House, BC finished in fourth place in the NAJYRC-CH 4* FEI Championship race.
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Canadian Show Jumping Team Places Fourth at CHIO Aachen

The Canadian Show Jumping Team rode to a fourth place finish in the €350,000 Mercedes-Benz Nations’ Cup, held July 17 at the world-renowned CHIO Aachen World Equestrian Festival in Germany. Yann Candele and Chris Sorensen of Caledon, ON, and Tiffany

Yann Candele and Showgirl.
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Canadian Dressage Riders Win Individual Medals at NAJYRC

Canadian dressage riders continued their winning ways on day two at the 2014 North American Junior Young Rider Championships held at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY. In her first year attending the Championships, 14-year-old Camille Carier Bergeron of Mascouche,

In her first year attending the Championships, 14-year-old Camille Carier Bergeron of Mascouche, QC earned the highest score overall for the Junior Individual test with 70.342% riding Lowelas.
(Cealy Tetley photo)

Germany wins FEI Nations Cup™ Dressage at Aachen

Germany threw down a definitive performance to win the fifth leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Dressage 2014 pilot series on home ground at Aachen today. The powerful side included Kristina Sprehe (Desperados FRH), Isabell Werth (Bella Rose 2) and

The great Totilas is back at the top, leading the German team to victory  with Matthias Rath in the irons.
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NAJYRC Daily Wrap-Up

Canadian Dressage Teams Medal at 2014 North American Junior and Young Rider Championships The Ontario Junior and Quebec Young Rider dressage teams both earned silver medals in the team portion of the competition at 2014 Adequan FEI North American Junior

Junior Team Ontario celebrate their silver medal victory at the 2014 NAJYRC. (Cealy Tetley photo)

Contenders for the Prince of Wales Stakes

Fort Erie, ON – The nominations for the second jewel in Canada’s Triple Crown of horse racing closed Tuesday, July 15th with 11 possible entrants for the $500,000 Prince of Wales Stakes. The connections of Lexie Lou, the filly who

World Cup Finals Tickets Now Available

Tickets for the 2015 FEI World Cup™ Finals in Las Vegas are now on sale to the general public. The FEI World Cup™ Finals return to Las Vegas, April 15-19, 2015, marking the Finals’ first time in the U.S. since