News: Horse Sport

Revised WEG Canadian Eventing Team

The Canadian Eventing Committee announces a corrected list of named Team riders and alternates for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) to be held in Normandy, FRA, August 28-31, 2014. Named to the Team (in alphabetical order) are: Rider

One-Year Countdown to the Pan Am/ParaPan Am Games

Come to the Caledon Equestrian Park, on Saturday, July 12, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to celebrate the TO2015 Pan Am/ParaPan Am Games coming to Caledon in 2015! The free festivities offer something for everyone – bring a

Check out Horse Publications Group’s exciting new website – – to keep up to date on the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™. Launched on July 1st, and brought to you by six industry leaders – Alltech, Bayer, Boehringer Ingelheim,

New Blog: A Real Western Challenge is pleased to welcome Pam Asheton, and her new blog, “A Real Western Challenge.” Asheton, of Cochrane, Alberta, was chosen to compete in the North American Horsewoman’s Challenge – one of three Canadian trainers accepted into the formerly all

It's All Good, shortly after arriving at his new home with Pam Asheton.

FEI World Para Equestrian Driving Championships 2014

Sandringham Estate (GBR), the much-loved country retreat of HM The Queen, provided the gorgeous backdrop for the ninth FEI World Para Equestrian Driving Championships which took place last weekend. Germany was the strongest nation taking home the team title as

Alexandra Röder (GER) and the exceptional 11-year old mare Evi 29 took individual gold in Grade II. Photo by Marie de Ronde-Oudemans/FEI

FEI Dressage Committee Promotes Judges to 5* List

The FEI Dressage Committee has promoted two Dressage judges from Denmark and the Netherlands to 5* status, the highest ranking in the FEI system. With their new 5* status, which comes into effect on July 1st, Hans-Christian Matthiesen (DEN) and

Canadian Driver Eugen Hug Wins at Bromont International CAI-2*

Canadian drivers, Christina Sully, Eugen Hug and Darryl Billing, all represented Canada at the 2014 Bromont International CAI-2*, held June 20–22, in Bromont, QC. Combined Driving is comprised of three phases— driven dressage, marathon and obstacle-cones—which are scored in penalty

Eugen Hug at the 2014 Bromont International CAI-2*, in Bromont, QC. Photo by Cealy Tetley

Longines Global Champions Tour Partners with McCourt Global

Longines Global Champions Tour has announced a new partnership with McCourt Global as the world’s premier show jumping series continues its expansion. Jan Tops, president of the Tour, and Frank McCourt, chairman and CEO of McCourt Global and former owner