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Béatrice Boucher Victorious in Second Dressage Test

Béatrice Boucher Victorious in Second Dressage Test

In the second phase of the Canadian Equestrian Championships’ Dressage competition, proof was made that no two days are alike. Winner of yesterday’s test,Vanessa Scanlan had to make do with a 9th place finish. Quebec native Béatrice Boucher was victorious,…

Brooklyn Braun and Saskatchewan Shine at the Reining Test

Fourteen reiners stepped into the arena in the hunt for points at the Canadian Equestrian Championships. After the first run, which took place at the Académie équestre de Waterloo, 12 km from the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park, Team Saskatchewan is…

Team Quebec Well on its Way to the Gold Medal

The second day of the Canadian Equestrian Championships kicked off bright and early with the show jumping test, and Quebec riders sweaping the coveted first three places. Emmanuelle Bolduc was the fastest in 55.83 seconds. Olivia D’Errico took 2n  place…

Emmanuelle Bolduc

Double Gold Would Make Perect Birthday Gift for Nagel

Carsten-Otto Nagel is the man of the moment in Madrid. The 48-year-old already has a team gold medal in his back pocket after yesterday’s German victory at the FEI European Jumping Championships and, as leader of the individual rankings, he’s…

A Victory for Nova Scotia and Vanessa Scanlan in Dressage

The Dressage competition of the Canadian Equestrian Championships got underway on Friday at the Bromont Equestrian Horse Park. Twelve riders stepped into the arena to compete in the Individual segment, but also to earn precious points toward the Team results. Nova…

Germany Makes it a Magnificent Seven

Germany scooped team gold for the seventh time in the history of the FEI European Jumping Championships with a superb final-day performance at the Club de Campo in Madrid, Spain today. As the overnight leaders from The Netherlands faltered, eventually…

winning German team

Quadruple Victory for Quebec Jumpers

The very first edition of the Canadian Equestrian Championships got underway at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park with the show jumping test. 15 competitors showed up to the starting line. Quebec riders made a great showing, sweaping the first 4…

Coltaire Z Withdrawn From FEI European Jumping Championships

The Portuguese have withdrawn Coltaire Z (Frutuoso de Melo) from today’s team final at the FEI European Jumping Championships in Madrid (ESP) for veterinary reasons. The 14-year-old stallion, which was in 36th place in the individual standings, has a leg…

Fierce Battle at the FEI European Jumping Championships

The Dutch have stormed to the front going into tomorrow’s second and deciding round of the Team Championship while Germany’s Carsten-Otto Nagel leads the individual rankings after another thrilling day at the FEI European Jumping Championships 2011 in Madrid, Spain…

Germany's Carsten-Otto Nagel and Corradina jumped to the top of the individual rankings at the FEI European Jumping Championships 2011 in Madrid, Spain today.  The Dutch are leading the team rankings going into the team decider. Photo by FEI/Kit Houghton.

Canadian Equestrian Championships at the Bromont

The first edition of the Canadian Equestrian Championships gets underway at the Bromont Equestrian Olympic Park, from September 16 to 18, 2011. Delegates from British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador and Quebec will compete in the three equestrian…



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