Content tagged with "Eric Lamaze"

Canadian Jumping Team Named for World Equestrian Games

Jump Canada is pleased to announce the jumping athletes who will represent Canada at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™  in Normandy, FRA August 23 – September 7, 2014. Named to the Team in alphabetical order are: Rider /

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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Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 Top $50,000 LaFarge Cup

The Spruce Meadows ‘North American’ Tournament continued with wins for two of this summer’s top riders as well as an exciting first for a young up-and-comer in the International Ring on Friday. Eric Lamaze (CAN) and Fine Lady 5 topped

Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 won the $50,000 LaFarge Cup 1.50m. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media

Canadian Show Jumping Team Invited to Aachen

The Canadian Show Jumping Team has been invited to compete at CHIO Aachen, Germany, from July 11 to 20. Canada will be represented by Yann Candele, 43, of Caledon, ON, Tiffany Foster, 29, of Vancouver, BC, Eric Lamaze, 45, of

For the first time in 18 years, the Canadian Show Jumping Team will compete at CHIO Aachen, Germany, from July 11 to 20. Riding as an individual, Canada's Eric Lamaze won the Rolex Grand Prix of Aachen in 2010 riding Hickstead. Photo by Frank Papelard, R&B Presse

Another Win for Lamaze and Fine Lady 5

The $33,500 ATCO Energy Solutions Cup 1.50m was held on Wednesday at the Spruce Meadows ‘North American’ Tournament CSI 5* with a 16-horse jump-off out of 47 first round starters. Only four competitors were able to clear the short course without

Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 won the $33,500 ATCO Energy Solutions Cup at the Spruce Meadows North American. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media Services

Yann Candele Comes Second in $210,000 CP Grand Prix at Spruce

On the final day of the Spruce Meadows Continental Tournament CSIO 5* at the Spruce Meadows Summer Series, the $210,000 CP Grand Prix drew a large crowd to watch top sport. They were treated to an exciting jump-off with McLain

Yann Candele and Showgirl came second in the $210,000 CP Grand Prix. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media Services

Canada Qualifies for Furusiyya FEI Nations’ Cup Final

The Canadian Show Jumping Team comprised of Yann Candele, Tiffany Foster, Eric Lamaze, and Ian Millar placed fourth in the $125,000 Furusiyya FEI Nations’ Cup held Friday night, June 13, at the Spruce Meadows Continental tournament in Calgary, AB. The

Yann Candele and Showgirl jumped clear for Canada in the second round of the $125,000 Furusiyya FEI Nations' Cup held Friday night, June 13, at the Spruce Meadows 'Continental' tournament in Calgary, AB. Photo by Cansport

Artisan Farms Acquires Tripple X III

Artisan Farms LLC has acquired Tripple X III from 2008 Canadian Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze. Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable purchased Tripple X III from Ben Maher in April. With Maher, the 12-year-old Anglo European stallion (Namelus R x Cantango) was

Canadian Olympian Tiffany Foster guided Tripple X III to a second-place finish behind Eric Lamaze and Powerplay in the $85,000 1.55m Spectra Energy Cup on June 5 at the CSI5* Spruce Meadows ‘National’ tournament in Calgary, Canada. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media Services

Eric Lamaze Makes It Two in a Row at the National

The ‘National’ Tournament, presented by ROLEX, continued with three major competitions in the International Ring at the Spruce Meadows Summer Series. Topping the $85,000 Spectra Energy Cup 1.55m was Eric Lamaze on Powerplay, who were also yesterday’s big winners. Earlier

Tiffany Foster and Tripple X III were second in the $85,000 Spectra Energy Cup 1.55m. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media Services

Eric Lamaze Wins on Opening Day of the ‘National’

In a day packed full of show jumping, three top athletes posted victories in the International Ring on the opening day of the Spruce Meadows ‘National’ Tournament. In the $85,000 ATB Financial Cup 1.55m, Eric Lamaze (CAN) and Powerplay were

Eric Lamaze and Powerplay won the $85,000 ATB Financial Cup 1.55m at the Spruce Meadows National. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media Services