Monthly Archives: July 2013

Learn to Take the Business of Horses to a New Level

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All businesses need to evolve to remain successful, and thinking outside the box can make all the difference. Learn what makes a properly planned business stand out with Equine Guelph’s 12-week online course, Equine Business Management. Offered through the University of Guelph, Equine Business Management has been designed for those interested in establishing a business in the equine industry or for those already operating a business and looking for a way to boost that bottom line in today’s struggling economy. Topics covered in this course…
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Junior and Young Riders advance to Individual Finals at NAJYRC

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Canada’s Junior Rider, Kaitlyn Blum of Gormley, ON, and Carnell, her 11-year-old Holsteiner gelding by Carnute, qualified to move onto the Individual Final Saturday morning at the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships after completing three rounds with 34 faults today in the Rolex Stadium. Team-mates Mikala Chesler of Orangeville, ON and her mount Ilian de Taute, Ruth Armstrong’s 19-year-old Selle Francaise stallion by Narcos II, and Adrien Vilcini of Peterborough, ON and John Jamieson’s, I AM, a 16-year-old Thoroughbred gelding, gave their best…
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Canadian Eventers off to strong start at NAJYRC

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Canadian Eventers are off to a great start at the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships, which runs from July 17 – 21 in Lexington, KY. and welcomes 222 young athletes from across Canada, the United States and Mexico. Ontario Eventer Lauren Clark and her partner Yoscha Bosche sitting in first place at the end of the dressage phase in the Junior Championship CH-J* division. “I am really excited to be at a team event with the rest of the members of our team. It’s a different atmosphere…
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Canadians Take Gold and Silver in the NAJYRC Reining Team Championships

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With two trips to the podium, it was a stellar day for Canada’s up-and-coming reining athletes at the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships, which runs from July 17 – 21 in Lexington, KY. and welcomes 222 young athletes from across Canada, the United States and Mexico. In the Junior Rider division, Canada earned team silver for the second year in a row with a total score of 400.5 points. The Junior Team consists of 2012 NAJYRC Team silver medallist Emily Wilson of Uxbridge, ON riding Miss Cielo…
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Jordan McDonald and Glencento Win CIC2* at Will O’ Wind Eventing Competition

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Jordan McDonald of Oakville, ON, took first place in the CIC 2* Will O’ Wind Farm Horse Trials , Orangeville, ON, July 14, riding Amanda and Jorge Bernhard’s Glencento, a seven-year-old Irish Sport Horse mare sired by Inocent. Will O’ Wind Farm is the site of the cross country competition at the 2015 Pan American Games. McDonald sat in second place following dressage and show jumping on a 45.3 behind Callie Evans of Reaboro, ON, and Glendening Avis, her eight-year-old Canadian Sport Horse mare sired…
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Canadian Show Jumping Riders Named for 2013 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships

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Jump Canada has announced the show jumping athletes that will represent Canada at the 2013 Adequan FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, these Championships will be held July 17-21 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. Team and individual honours will be awarded in two divisions for show jumping, Junior (open to riders aged 14 to 18) and Young Riders’ (for riders aged 16-21). The NAJYRC is the premier equestrian competition in North America for junior and young…
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Equine Canada Seeks Dressage Technical Advisor/Chef d’Equipe

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Equine Canada is now accepting applications from qualified candidates interested in fulfilling the role of Dressage Technical Advisor/Chef d’Equipe. Overview: The successful candidate will provide leadership in working with Equine Canada and the Dressage Canada Committees to design and develop a sustainable high performance program resulting in the achievement of specific performance targets in World Equestrian, Pan American, Olympic Games and other major international events. A proven ability to work in a team environment, in a leadership role with strong technical knowledge of the discipline…
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Canadian Dressage Talent Set to Represent Canada at the 2013 North American Junior and Young Rider Championships

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The Dressage Youth Selection Committee is pleased to announce the selected athletes who will represent Canada at the 2013 Adequan FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, the Championships will be held July 16-21, 2013 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. Three complete teams, for a total of 12 competitors, have been named to represent Canada at the Junior Rider level. Junior Team Quebec will include the following athletes: Rider / Horse / Owner Naima Moreira-Laliberte, Outremont, QC…
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Canadian Eventing Announces 2013 North American Junior and Young Rider Championships Nominees

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The Canadian Eventing Committee is pleased to announce the following riders/horse combinations have been nominated to represent Canada at 2013 Adequan FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, the Championships will be held July 16-21, 2013 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. Nominated Entries by division: (Rider/Horse/Owner) CH 1* Junior Championship division Team – Ontario Lauren Clark/ Yoscha Bosche and Coolumn XV/ Lauren Clark Moira de Ste Croix Laframboise/ Blue Ben / Moira de Ste Croix Laframboise Mia…
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Canada to remain in mix as bidding process for FEI 2018 World Equestrian Games re-opened

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The FEI has re-opened the bidding process for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 following today’s Bureau meeting at FEI Headquarters in Lausanne (SUI), but has specifically asked the Canadian bid from Bromont/Montreal to remain a part of that process. There had been an expectation that the FEI Bureau would allocate the 2018 Games to Bromont/Montreal today following the Bid Committee’s strong presentation to the Bureau, but the Canadian delegation was unable to provide the full public sector financial support that was required before an…
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