The Organizing Committee of the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event just announced the grant recipients for the inaugural Bromont Rising program. The following horse and rider combinations will receive a CA$3,000 grant to offset the cost of competing...» Read More!
Attention eventers under the age of 25 who have their eye on the 2019 MARS Equestrian Bromont CCI Three Day Event! A new program called Bromont Rising is aimed at supporting up to 10 U25 riders...» Read More!
The 2019 MARS Equestrian Bromont Three-Day Event is launching the Bromont Rising Program to provide up to 10 grants of CA$3,000 to under-25 U.S. and Canadian riders competing at the June 6-9 event in Quebec, Canada. Grant recipients can compete...» Read More!
There are a slew of reasons that make Bromont such a special event: the charm of a bustling ski town where everyone speaks French, the breathtaking backdrop of towering mountain peaks, and fabulous hospitality from our Canadian friends....» Read More!
Cross country proved to be the deciding factor in the CIC2* and both CIC* divisions today at the Bromont CIC Three-Day Event, with time penalties shuffling the standings to give us new faces across all three...» Read More!
No one caught the optimum time today on Derek di Grazia’s CIC3* course at the Bromont CIC Three-Day Event, but Selena O’Hanlon and John and Judy Rumble’s Foxwood High delivered one of the fastest rounds of the...» Read More!
Good morning from Bromont! It’s a gorgeous day here in Quebec, with the sun shining on what is set to be a thrilling day of cross country. The U.S. World Equestrian Games team horses are...» Read More!
Canada is dominating three of the four FEI divisions here at the Bromont CIC Three-Day Event at the conclusion of today’s show jumping action in Quebec. Jessica Phoenix led the CIC2* after dressage with Pavarotti, but...» Read More!
Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous could afford one rail and 1 time penalty following their near record-setting dressage score of 19.9 in the Bromont CIC3* Three-Day Event yesterday. A knocked pole at fence 2, a...» Read More!
Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous very nearly smashed a North American record today at the Bromont CIC Three-Day Event in Quebec. EquiRatings confirmed to EN that their score of 19.9 (29.9 in former scoring) is the second...» Read More!
Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous soared into the CIC3* lead by more than 5 marks on a career personal best score of 19.9 this morning at the Bromont CIC Horse Trials in Quebec. This is the...» Read More!
All eyes are on Bromont this weekend with the U.S. World Equestrian Games team and alternates making their final prep run for Tryon, and many of the Canadian hopefuls aiming for a quality run to make...» Read More!
Bonjour from Bromont! We are delighted to be bringing you wall-to-wall coverage from Bromont’s inaugural August CIC, which has attracted substantial entries across the CIC3*, CIC2*, CIC* and Training levels. Most notably, the CIC3* is...» Read More!
Lynn Symansky said during the post-cross country press conference that Derek di Grazia’s courses at the MARS Incorporated Bromont Three Day Event gave competitors lots of practice with open oxers, and that was true for...» Read More!
In nearly 70 career USEA and FEI competitions, Jenny Caras’s 14-year-old Irish Sport Horse Fernhill Fortitude (Courage II X Misty Matilda, by Clover) has never won an event. They made their first win count today with...» Read More!
We knew the MARS Incorporated Bromont Three Day Event wouldn’t be a dressage show. The undulating terrain requires an incredibly fit horse with enough experience to negotiate the questions presented by designer Derek di Grazia....» Read More!
Only seven of the 19 CCI3* combinations to start cross country at the MARS Incorporated Bromont Three Day Event came home without jumping penalties, and time was the ultimate factor in determining the leaders....» Read More!
CCI3* leader Felix Vogg, of Switzerland, said the MARS Incorporated Bromont Three Day Event cross country course “is one of the most beautiful places in the world” and “perfect for eventing.” We couldn’t agree more....» Read More!
Switzerland’s Felix Vogg initially came to the U.S. to spend the winter and early spring season preparing to compete at the WEG Test Event at The Fork in April. After the Carolina International in March,...» Read More!
I sometimes wonder how horses would explain the sport of eventing if they could talk. “First, we do our little turn on the catwalk. Next, we show off our moves on the dance floor ….”...» Read More!
Bromont is underway! The CCI1* and CCI2* divisions completed their dressage yesterday — you can read Leslie Threlkeld’s full report here. And thanks to the fine video skills of The Horse Pesterer, we’re now able to...» Read More!
With Bromont as the remaining CCI3* of the North American spring season, the competitors are a mixture of newcomers to the level and experienced horses taking a crack at a WEG qualifier. A strong crop...» Read More!
As the penultimate pair to head down centerline in the MARS Incorporated Bromont Three Day Event, Will Coleman and TKS Cooley (Vivaldo Van Het Costersveld X Badgerhill Cruise, Cruising) threw down a 31.7 to take...» Read More!