Canada’s new chef d’équipe jumps into his job with enthusiasm and has a Nations Cup win right out of the gate.
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Some North American organizers are required to offer 20% more prize money to host an event with the same star rating as one in Europe.
We go behind the scenes at the World Equestrian Center in Florida and meet the Canadian overseeing this amazing facility.
From WEF to Split Rock, this Canadian from Carleton Place has done it all at some of the top US show venues.
The dressage trainer will continue to undergo therapy at Greystone Park State Psychiatric Hospital so he can deal with “his demons”.
Things went wrong from the start of the USA’s Nations Cup Final quest, so they won’t go to Barcelona this fall.
The former U.S. Eventing Performance Director has returned as a private coach with elite clients including Boyd Martin and Tamie Smith.
"Not Guilty" verdict has Michael Barisone crying tears of joy as jury in his attempted murder trial found for insanity on two counts.
The jury has heard summations in Michael Barisone's attempted murder trial and will resume deliberations tomorrow.
The jury learns that Michael Barisone, the alternate on the 2008 Olympic U.S. dressage team, was at his breaking point.