The track dried out for Sunday’s racing and we knew that all was well when the wiener dogs were able to return to the main track after Saturday’s stint on the asphalt. The two Wiener Dog Days drew huge crowds, read more

Clark Montgomery (USA) flew back from Britain to his home country to lead a strong American quartet to victory in the fifth leg of the 2016 FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing, held for the first time outside Europe, at the Land read more

On Sunday at Spruce Meadows, Calgary’s own Chris Surbey (CAN) made history by becoming the 20th rider ever to jump a clear round in the long-running Enbridge Classic Derby. Surbey and Linda Southern-Heathcott’s Quetchup de la Roque joined an impressive read more

Robert Marzilli’s Caren went gate to wire to capture Sunday’s $250,000 Bison City Stakes, second leg of the filly Triple Tiara, at Woodbine. Trained by Mike DePaulo, Caren arrived at the 1 1/16-mile Tapeta test from a gritty third-place run read more

The coveted $500,000 ATCO Queen Elizabeth II Cup was featured on Saturday afternoon during the ‘North American’ Tournament CSI5*, presented by Rolex, at Spruce Meadows. Jumping clear through three rounds of competition, USA’s Kent Farrington and Gazelle emerged victorious over read more

Mexico’s Antonio Maurer emerged victorious in Friday’s LaFarge Cup 1.50m during an exciting evening of competition at the Spruce Meadows ‘North American’ Tournament CSI5*, presented by Rolex. Galileo de Laubry, a ten-year-old Belgian Warmblood gelding (Cardento I x Askan de read more

Andy Kistler’s Swiss side produced a superb performance to win the sixth leg of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2016 Europe Division 1 League at Falsterbo (SWE) today. Tied for the lead with the host nation and Brazil at read more

Canadian Jumpers Named for Developing Rider Tour

Up and coming Canadian riders will get a chance to shine on the international stage as part of the Developing Rider Tour, featuring two upcoming stops in July at the CSI 3*-W Bratislava and CSIO 3* Samorin in Slovakia. Aimed read more

More Changes at OEF

After just three months as Executive Director, the Ontario Equestrian Federation has announced that Dominique Bosshart is no longer with the organization. The previous ED, Dianne Graham, left last year under undisclosed circumstances at which time the OEF undertook a read more

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