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Karen Pavicic led a Canadian sweep of the top two places in the FEI Dressage CDI4* Grand Prix at the fifth annual International Omaha. This is the first time that International Omaha is hosting an International Equestrian Federation (FEI) approved read more

Emergency Support for Fort McMurray Equestrian Community

In light of the wildfires in Fort McMurray, AB, Equine Canada (EC) would like to share the following update from the Alberta Equestrian Federation (AEF) with the Canadian equestrian community: The Alberta Equestrian Federation (AEF) greatly appreciates the outpour of read more

No German rider has won the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials (GBR), fourth leg of the FEI Classics™ 2015/2016, in its 67-year history, but two of them are currently heading the leaderboard after the first day of Dressage and few read more

Equine Canada (EC) is pleased to inform the Canadian equestrian community that Horse Day 2016 is taking place June 4, 2016. This year will mark the eighth anniversary of Horse Day, which was created to raise public awareness and promote read more

Black Hornet, whose last start was a 3/4-length score in the 2015 edition of the Grade III Vigil Stakes, returns off a lengthy layoff to defend his title in Saturday’s $150,000 renewal of the seven furlong sprint, at Woodbine. Trained read more

Nyquist, owned by Windsor, Ontario-native J. Paul Reddam, was today installed the 3-1 favourite for Saturday’s 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby, at Churchill Downs. Nyquist, a bay son of Uncle Mo, is trained by Doug O’Neill and will be read more

Kentucky Horse Park Under Fire

The management of the Kentucky Horse Park is being questioned, with an audit underway to investigate the financial activities and operations of the famed equestrian facility between 2014 and 2016. Kentucky state auditor Mark Harmon has been contracted to determine read more

In the midst of the upbeat atmosphere at the 2016 Equine Canada Annual Convention, there was some bad news when EC CEO Eva Havaris announced that Jumping had lost its Own The Podium funding (previously $1,175,000 for the Rio quadrennial). read more

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