Canadian High Performance riders participated in a two-day High on Monday and Tuesday with the one and only George Morris and six-time Canadian Olympic dressage rider Christilot Boylen....» Read More!
The Equestrian Canada Eventing Committee has released a statement in response to an open letter signed by more than 50 Canadian event riders, owners and supporters, expressing criticism and concern regarding the organization’s management....» Read More!
No alternates were listed in this morning’s Canadian Pan American Games Eventing Team announcement, but Stuart Black confirmed to EN that he has been named as the traveling alternate...» Read More!
The Canadian Olympic Committee and Equine Canada have publicly announced the Canadian Equestrian Team athletes who will represent Canada at the 2015 Pan American Games. The riders were informed of their team selection earlier this...» Read More!
Canadian eventing fans have been waiting on pins and needles to find out which horses and riders will comprise this year’s Pan American Games team, which was expected to be announced immediately after the conclusion of last weekend’s...» Read More!
Equine Canada has announced the updated training lists for the Canadian eventing team. Jessica Phoenix and Selena O’Hanlon are the only riders named to the elite Elite squad, and a number of exciting combinations have been...» Read More!
Pavarotti has been called up as a replacement to the Canadian World Equestrian Games squad after A Little Romance suffered an injury in her final gallop prior to shipping out to France, Equine Canada announced today....» Read More!
Canadian team coach Clayton Fredericks traveled to Ontario over 4th of July weekend to school World Equestrian Games team members Selena O’Hanlon, with Foxwood High, and Jessica Phoenix, with A Little Romance and alternate Pavarotti, in preparation for...» Read More!
The Ontario teams for the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships were announced June 24. Coach Curtis Barbour made all the calls to the riders that morning, and immediately all of the texts were...» Read More!
Graeme Thom resigned June 22 as chef d’equipe of the Canadian Eventing Team due to a difference in philosophy with the Canadian Eventing High Performance Committee members, he announced today. “The riders have been absolutely...» Read More!
Peter Barry and Kilrodan Abbott have been named to the Canadian World Equestrian Games squad after it was discovered that Kathryn Robinson was ineligible for selection, the Canadian Eventing Committee announced in a press release....» Read More!
It’s Canada Day! Today, all Canadians remember the July 1, 1867, signing of the British North America Act, which joined three colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire. We proudly fly...» Read More!
Hot on the heels of the U.S. WEG squad announcement last night, Equine Canada named its squad today. Hawley Bennett-Awad posted the team on her Facebook page, and we have confirmed that the Canadian squad is: Hawley...» Read More!
We’ve talked a lot about the U.S. WEG picture this spring if only because it’s much more muddled due to human and equine injuries, sudden retirements and multiple selection trials still to go. Canada has a smaller...» Read More!
Last month, Kendal Lehari made the difficult decision to retire her upper-level mount, Daily Edition. Together, she and the chestnut OTTB gelding were short listed for the Canadian Eventing Team and had their eyes firmly...» Read More!
Rebecca Howard has been named the Canadian Equestrian of the Year, with her horse Riddle Master earning Canadian Bred Horse of the Year. Rebecca has been based in Marlborough, England, for the past year...» Read More!
Kendal Lehari is an up and coming rider who first stormed onto the Rolex scene in 2013, placing in the top 20 in their CCI4* debut. Kendal and Daily Edition, a 15-year-old OTTB, went on...» Read More!
Equine Canada just announced the names on the 2014 Canadian National Eventing Team. The short list was released back on Dec. 9, and the Canadian Eventing High Performance Committee made several changes before releasing the...» Read More!
Canada’s 2014 short list, based on 2013 performances, has been released. Hawley Bennett-Awad announced the good news on Instagram, noting that her firecracker little bay mare Gin N Juice has appeared on this list...» Read More!
EN reader Melissa Boutin sent us a cool video of schooling her horse indoors– not your typical jump lesson. Clearly, Canadians are used to dealing with winter…and have some clever ideas to keep themselves sharp!...» Read More!
http://youtu.be/gvblVayO-Fk EN reader Laura Aird was lucky enough to be able to attend Round 1 of the Indoor Eventing held Friday night at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. Two British riders participated this year:...» Read More!
Canadian reader Denya Massey is in attendance at the 2013 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, in Toronto, Ontario. Each year the Royal hosts an Indoor Eventing competition that’s always a big hit, and this year is no...» Read More!
With 18 horses less than 10 points out of the lead and 38 horses within 10 points of 10th place, it seems like Rolex is anyone’s game. Awesome! As sports fans we love parity, we...» Read More!