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In Memoriam: Nick Motmans

In Memoriam: Nick Motmans

Twenty-seven-year old Belgian show jumper, Nick Motmans, has died after sustaining a head injury when he fell from his horse during a training exercise in Lanklaar, Belgium, on December 5th. After the accident, in which he fell off and was read more

British Show Jumper Ben Maher is Being Sued

British show jumper Ben Maher is being sued by long-time backers Mike and Emma Phillips, who allege the rider siphoned funds off transactions he made on their behalf. The couple is suing Maher for approximately £700,000, and are further demanding read more

In Memoriam: Margaret Murdoch (1923-2013)

Margaret “Maggie” Murdoch, respected Equine Canada Judge and FEI level 3 Steward, passed away on December 3, 2013 in her hometown of Orangeville, ON in her 90th year. Ms. Murdoch first became a member of Equine Canada in 1952. By read more

Dressage Updating/Promotion Clinics for Officials

Equine Canada and Dressage Canada are pleased to announce that the following sanctioned updating/promotion clinics have been confirmed for 2014. Dressage Stewards February 9th, 2014 – Equine Canada National Convention, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Clinician: Linda Miller FEI read more

Canadian Fortnight is Coming

Dressage Canada is pleased to invite dressage athletes, officials, sponsors, owners, and enthusiasts to participate in the inaugural Canadian Fortnight event, scheduled to take place from Jan. 19 to Feb. 2, 2014 in Wellington, FL, USA. This event, which coincides read more

Scott Brash Leads Longines Rankings

Scott Brash (GBR), currently second in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2013/2014 Western European League standings and the youngest member of the London 2012 Olympic Games gold medal winning British team, has jumped into the world number one spot read more

Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos Doha

Part the Seas Splits Rivals to Win Bessarabian

Part the Seas won her second stakes score off the claim with a thrilling stretch run in Sunday’s Grade 2 $150,000 Bessarabian Stakes, at Woodbine. Part the Seas, a four-year-old daughter of Stormy Atlantic, was claimed for $62,500 by trainer read more

Piloted by Jim McAleney, Part the Seas

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