Statement on Air Quality at Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park

Hannah Sue Hollberg and Capitol H I M. Photo by Sally Spickard.

Officials at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park and the MARS Bromont CCI are closely monitoring the air quality index to ensure all horses and riders are not at risk due to smoke from wildfires in the province.

Dr. Yves Rossier DVM, Veterinary Delegate, Bromont CCI provided the following statement: “Regarding the air quality here at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park, we are very lucky — our air quality index is below 10 [as of 9am EST]. The air currents are all blowing the smoke past us to the southern areas. The rain we had in the last 24 hours and are continuing to have, has greatly settled the dust, contributing to very good air quality.”

For the MARS Bromont CCI 2023, the opening phase, dressage, will be held over Thursday/Friday. The exciting and spectator-friendly cross-country will take place Saturday and the event will conclude Sunday with the show jumping phase, to determine the overall winners. Daily general admission is free with parking $15/car.

MARS Bromont CCI (Lac Brome, Quebec, Canada) [Website] [Schedule] [Entries] [Volunteer] [Live Scoring] [EN’s Coverage]

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