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HIldegard Frostbite's Hunter/Jumper - February 2005 Issue

The Jockey Club at the Winter Equestrian Festival was in for a treat during their first WEF Grand Prix.  Sheila Johnson was passing samplings of her finger food from her Market Salamandar.  Sheila is getting ready to open a second market in Palm Beach. 

Hildegard Frostbite's Hunter/Jumper - January 2005 Issue

News about the fabulous Salamandar Farm in Wellington, Florida, rumours of a new Breyer horse in the works, Beezie Madden's latest accolades and Alison Firestone's new horse.

Canadian Named 2004 USEF Hunter Breeder of the Year

Canadian breeder Augustin Walch of W. Charlot Farms was named the 2004 United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Hunter Breeder of the Year.

Frankie Chesler returns to North America

To have an adventure is to embark on a remarkable and exciting experience. Frankie Chesler of Orangeville, Ontario has had just that, riding, training and showing her horses throughout Europe these past few months.

FEI Task Force on Doping and Medication Policy

The FEI Task force on Doping and Medication Control held its first meeting in Lausanne December 15, 2004. Chaired by Mr Sven Holmberg (SWE) the Task Force heard submissions from the FEI Legal Department, the FEI Communications department, the Chairman of the FEI Medication Sub Committee Mr Andrew Higgins (GBR), and the Chairman of the FEI Judicial Committee Mr Ken Lalo (ISR).

Coaching the Coaches - George Morris & Leslie Law Share Their Expertise

Two of the world’s most respected horsemen spent three days sharing their knowledge and expertise with coaches and spectators from across Canada, at the Royal Canadian Riding Academy (Cedar Mills, Ontario) from November 19 – 21st. Organized by past-Olympian and level four coach Peter Gray, the weekend ran under the Eventing Canada flag with the support of the OHJA and Jump Canada. The symposium provided a chance to watch some of Canada’s top riders get instruction from two great men, and to draw from their unique coaching styles, taking home ideas to help revamp their own lesson plans for the future.   

Kim Farlinger Awarded ProChaps Athlete of the Month Title for November

Kim Farlinger of Annan, ON, has been named the ProChaps ‘Athlete of the Month’ for November.

Ainsley Vince and Catch 22 Score Triple Victory in 2004 Jump Canada Series

For the third consecutive year, Ainsley Vince of Milton, ON, and Catch 22 have won the 2004 Jump Canada Series.

Eric Lamaze and Jill Henselwood to Represent Canada at 2005 World Cup Final

As the top two riders in the Canadian League World Cup standings, Eric Lamaze and Jill Henselwood have earned invitations to compete in the 2005 World Cup Final held April 20-25 in Las Vegas, NV.

FEI Renders Decision on Ludger Beerbaum's Olympic Doping Case - Germany May Lose Team Gold

Following a hearing held in Zurich (SUI) on 2 December 2004, the FEI Judicial Committee determined that there had been a breach of FEI General Regulations Art. 146.2 at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens relating to the presence of the prohibited substance Betamethasone in the horse Goldfever 3.  Beerbaum may appeal the decision through the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) however if the appeal is lost then the Team Showjumping Gold Medal will be taken from Germany and given to the USA. Sweden would move up to receive Silver and Germany will have to settle for Bronze.

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