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Dressage Canada National Coaches & Trainers Symposiums

Dressage Canada is excited to offer the following educational opportunities. The symposiums, featuring international stars Ellen Bontje and Norbert van Laak, are open to the general public and will showcase Canada’s current and upcoming international talents.

Dressage Freestyle Performed to Live Classical Music a Royal ‘First’

Spectators will witness a unique undertaking when two-time Canadian Olympian Ashley Holzer performs a dressage freestyle to live classical music on Opening Weekend of this year’s Royal Horse Show, held November 5-14 as part of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair at the National Trade Centre in Toronto, ON.

Canada Wins Gold at Can-Am Challenge!

The “Canada Eh” team of Tom Dvorak & Sue Holden's Beaumarchais, Ashley Holzer & Diane Fellows' Gambol, and Tom Dvorak & Sue Platz's West Side Lady won the Can-Am Challenge at this year's Dressage at Devon CDI*** with a final total score of 409.499.

Lancet Sold to Great Britain's Emma Hindle

Lancet, the Hanoverian stallion ridden by Dutch rider Imke Schellekens-Bartels at the 2004 Olympic Games, has been sold to British Olympic dressage rider Emma Hindle.

Leslie Reid Wins Grand Prix Freestyle at Dressage at Devon CDI*** - CDI-Y

It was another stellar day for Canada 's Leslie Reid at Dressage at Devon CDI ***/CDI-Y being held September 28 to October 3, 2004 in Pennsylvania , USA .

Canadians Take Dressage at Devon By Storm – Reid Wins Grand Prix, Brooks Wins FEI 5 Year Old

Canadian dressage riders have once again descended upon Dressage at Devon to show their talents in the ring September 28 to October 3, 2004 in Pennsylvania , USA .

Canadian Karen Brain Wins Second Paralympic Equestrian Bronze

Canadian Paralympian Karen Brain of London, ON, accomplished a significant victory for Canada by winning her second bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games in the Grade IV Freestyle dressage test on September 24, 2004.

Canadian Karen Brain Wins Paralympic Equestrian Bronze

Canadian Paralympian Karen Brain of London, ON, scored a major victory for Canada by winning the bronze medal in the Grade IV Championship dressage test at the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games on September 22, 2004. 

Update on Royal Kaliber

 "Following radiography and ultrasound examination, an acute strain of the superficial digital flexor tendon was diagnosed. The horse is being treated with analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs, the tendon iced and the limb supported." explained Leo Jeffcott, President of the Veterinary Commission.  The horse just returned to his box at the time this release is being sent out.

Diary from Athens - Grand Prix Freestyle

There was showmanship, there was brilliant horsemanship, there were glitches – and they all made Freestyle day at the Markopoulo Equestrian Centre today an incredible event.  The spectator stands were full with huge patches of  orange, or red, or blue  – depending upon the partisanship of the group in each area.

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