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Madden and Lamaze Duel for the Win at Toronto’s Royal Horse Show

In cross-border duel, American Beezie Madden and Canada’s Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, battled it out for the win in Friday’s $50,000 President’s Cup for international show jumping riders at Toronto’s Royal Horse Show.

Ainsley Vince Tops Jump Canada Series

Ainsley Vince of Milton, ON, aboard Catch 22, an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Trinity Farms, remain the leaders in the Jump Canada Standings following the final stop on the tour at the Royal Winter Fair. In the $60,000 World Cup Grand Prix, presented by Jaguar, Vince added another 17 points to her total and finished with 274.35 over the season in the national series.

Shannon Dueck & Korona Win Grand Prix at Royal Winter Fair

Shannon Dueck aboard her horse Korona, a 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood, won the first leg of the Swarovski Canadian League World Cup Final. The pair were awarded a 65.36% from the judges to place them first going into the final competition, the Freestyle, being held the evening of November 14th.

USA Equestrian Releases Governance Document

USA Equestrian today released a comprehensive report on the sport's governance in preparation for a meeting with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Membership and Credentials Committee in Miami, Florida.

Derby House Launch New Sponsorship with British Eventing

Derby House, one of Britain’s leading equestrian retailers and mail order businesses, has increased its commitment to the sport of eventing with a host of new sponsorships planned for 2003.

U.S. in Second Halfway Through Team Dressage at World Equestrian Games 2002

At the conclusion of the first day of the Grand Prix Dressage Team competition on Wednesday, the United States Equestrian Team (USET) stands in second place at the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.

Dressage Team Grand Prix First Competition at Games

The first teams medal competition at the World Equestrian Games starts Wednesday at 10.00 when the first horse steps into the Chapin 1 stadium for the Grand Prix dressage.

Opening Ceremonies in Jerez

The 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez opened Tuesday evening, 10.September , with a colourful equestrian extravaganza which captured the imagination of the capacity crowd of 22,000 spectators in the Chapin Stadium.

2002 World Equestrian Games Start in Jerez

With glitz and glamour, the Opening Ceremonies of the 2002 World Equestrian Games were held today, Sept. 10th, in Chapin I, the main stadium of the Games, in Jerez, Spain. The Canadian Equestrian Team is eager to challenge the international competition for World Champion titles.

The Fourth World Equestrian Games Officially Begin In Jerez De Frontera

The 2002 World Equestrian Games, the fourth ever held, officially began on Tuesday with a spectacular opening ceremony that included a special message from HRH La Infanta Dona Pilar, the President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) and HRH King Juan Carlos I of Spain, who declared the Games open. Over fifty nations are expected to compete in the WEG, which hosts World Championships in seven disciplines of equestrian sport.

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