News: Horse Sport

Francois Lamontagne Dominates Young Horse Divisions

Ste-Justine-de-Newton, PQ – The second event the eastern division of the Jump Canada Young Horse Series took place June 26 and 27 during the Beaulieu’s Summer Classic II in Ste-Justine-de-Newton, QC. Francois Lamontagne of Saint-Eustache, QC, won the Seven and

Brazilians Best On Last Day in Monaco

With World Cup football looming over all other sport at the present time and Brazil firm favourites to win that contest, it was perhaps an omen that riders from the South American country dominated today’s proceedings in Monaco. To start

Radio Commentary at the 2010 Games

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a personalized play-by-play as you watch athletes compete at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games? Well, you’re in luck. World Equestrian Radio will be providing a personal radio service at the 2010 Games

Canadian Olympians Shine at CDIO Rotterdam

Ottawa, ON - Following their bronze medal finish in the Nations’ Cup Team competition earlier in the week, Canadian Olympians Ashley Holzer, Belinda Trussell and Bonny Bonnello once again earned top scores on their European Tour stop at CDIO 5* Rotterdam,

Swiss Timing Superior in Monaco

In Cannes it was the smallest horse who won the main prize but when the Global Champions tour of Monaco began today it was the horse who prefers the smallest arenas who carried away the ribbons to start proceedings. Ireland’s

Jung and Townend go head to head at Strzegom

Germany’s Michael Jung and Britain’s Oliver Townend, both winners of HSBC World Cup™ Eventing competitions this season, go head to head at Strzegom (POL) this weekend (June 24-27) as they both bid to take over the lead in the 2010