News: Horse Sport

FEI Announces Host Cities for Major Events

The FEI Bureau has allocated host cities for a number of major FEI events over the next three years, including the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final for 2015, the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage

Certification for Equestrian Tourism Professionals

Equine Canada’s first national evaluation to certify professional Trail Leaders, Trail Riding Instructors, Guides and Evaluators will be held at Broadleaf Guest Ranch in New Brunswick, from June 11-13. Twenty-two people from eight different provinces will be travelling east hoping

FEI Bureau Approves Endurance Rules Revisions

The FEI Bureau has approved the revised Endurance rules during the second day of its in-person meeting in the FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI). The revised rules, which are in line with the recommendations of the Endurance Strategic Planning Group

More on Canada’s Winning 2018 WEG Bid

Today, members of the Bromont Bid Committee, along with Equine Canada President, Al Patterson and CEO, Eva Havaris, are extremely pleased to announce that the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Bureau has unanimously awarded the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games™ to

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

WEG Coming to Canada in 2018

The FEI Bureau unanimously approved Bromont/Montreal as host city for the FEI’s flagship event, the FEI World Equestrian Games™, in 2018. The decision came after the FEI Evaluation Commission’s report was presented at the start of the Bureau’s two-day meeting

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Patrice Delaveau wins the Longines Grand Prix

France’s Patrice Delaveau won the Longines Grand Prix at the Athina Onassis Horse Show, held in Ramatuelle, France, on June 5-7. Thirty-five riders contested the course designed by Belgium’s Luc Musette. But Delaveau won easily on Carinjo*HDC. “I’m really very

The Kingridge King Triumphs at Angelstone

Hugh Graham and Airborne flew past the competition and claimed their first Grand Prix victory at Angelstone, in last night’s Town of Erin $40,000 FEI Grand Stakes Class presented by footing specialists, Equestrian Services International. The top ten riders were

Hugh Graham and Airborne won the $40,000 FEI Grand Stakes Class at Angelstone Farms.