News: Horse Sport

Hanson-Boylen and Lane Team Up for the Future

Canada’s Dressage icon Christilot Hanson-Boylen (67) and Canadian Dressage hopeful Megan Lane (23) have agreed on a multi-year coaching and advisory contract. Hanson-Boylen is the most successful rider in the history of Canadian Dressage and has participated in seven Olympic

Canada Draws 12th in FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona

Italy will be first to go, and Germany will be last of the 14 teams into the arena, when the much-anticipated 2014 Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping  Final gets underway tomorrow at Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain. The event

International Jumping and Dressage Riders Clubs sign MOUs with FEI

The International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) and the International Dressage Riders Club (IDRC), which together represent the world’s top athletes, have signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with the FEI. The two organisations, formerly FEI Associate Members, will work closely with

Awareness Training for Large Animal Rescue

Always Expect the Unexpected Last month, Equine Guelph kicked off its series of emergency response rescue courses with a reception attended by over 50 key stakeholders, including a lecture by special guest, Dr. Rebecca Gimenez. In addition to the reception,

2014 FEI World Jumping Challenge Final

Zimbabwe’s Charley Crockart emerged to claim gold at the FEI World Jumping Challenge Final 2014 staged at Kyalami Equestrian Park in South Africa at the weekend. This event is always guaranteed to come to an exciting conclusion with its four-rider

On the podium at the FEI World Jumping Challenge Final 2014 in Kyalami (RSA) left to right: silver medallist Maria Gabriela Brugal (DOM), Alexa Stais (RSA) who finished fourth, Rainer Korber (RSA) who took bronze and gold medallist Charley Crockart (ZIM). Photo by FEI/Tamara Blake Images

In Memoriam: Cagney

Equine Canada and the Canadian Equestrian Team extend our heartfelt condolences to Eric Lamaze and everyone at Torrey Pines Stables on the passing of their beloved Irish Sport Horse gelding Cagney. Brought to Canada by Doug Henry, the statuesque Irish

Eric Lamaze and Cagney.
(Cealy Tetley photo)