Derly Chin de Muze

Eric Lamaze Welcomes Guests on Spruce Meadows Masters Opening Day

Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, offered an insider’s look at the sport of show jumping on the opening day of the CSIO5* Spruce Meadows Masters tournament. The five-day international show jumping tournament runs September 5-10 in Calgary, Canada. Rolex Testimonee Eric Lamaze welcomed approximately 30 guests to his stables on the morning of September 5, […]

Three-member Canadian Olympic Team for Show Jumping Finishes Fifth

With all three scores counting, the Canadian Olympic Team for Show Jumping persevered to finish fifth in the team competition on Monday, August 6, at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Despite the disqualification of Tiffany Foster of Schomberg, ON, just prior to the start of the first round of team competition on Sunday, her teammates […]

Olympic Show Jumping: Team Final

There were ecstatic scenes in Greenwich Park this afternoon when Great Britain ended a 60-year drought to claim Jumping team gold for only the second time in the history of the Olympic Games. They had to battle all the way, and it came down to a two-way jump-off against The Netherlands, but Nick Skelton, Peter […]

Canadian Olympic Team for Show Jumping in Sixth Position

Despite the disqualification of Tiffany Foster, the Canadian Olympic Team for Show Jumping is currently ranked in sixth position following competition on Sunday, August 5, at the London Olympic Games. Canada will compete in the team final at the Olympic equestrian venue of Greenwich Park on Monday, August 6. With Foster’s disqualification on Sunday under […]

Eric Lamaze Leads Canadian Olympic Team for Jumping

Defending Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, is currently tied for first place in the individual rankings following the opening day of show jumping competition at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Lamaze, 44, was one of 32 riders to jump clear in the first individual and team qualifying event held Saturday, August 4.  Lamaze, […]

Eric Lamaze’s Rolex Diary: Pre London

Eric Lamaze talks about the weeks leading up to the 2012 London Olympics and his plans for the Games in his second Rolex Diary. What have your recent activities been? We just got back from Calgary and I spent last weekend in San Patrignano. Calgary was an opportunity for me to make a decision on […]

Equestrian Nominees Riding off to London

Today, 19 riders and their equine partners were welcomed into the elite ranks of the Canadian Olympic Team as Equine Canada nominated the athletes who would represent Canada in the sports of Dressage, Eventing and Jumping in London this summer. “I am extremely excited to have been chosen to represent Canada at my 10th Olympic […]

Eric Lamaze’s Rolex Diary: Pre CHIO Aachen

Overall, I’ve had a great year and the highlight was without doubt at the FEI Nations’ Cup™ in Florida in February, where I rode nine-year-old mare, Derly Chin de Muze. She jumped a double clear, and is definitely a candidate for the London Olympics. I wasn’t expecting such a great result, so I’m extremely fortunate […]

Eric Lamaze Competes at CSIO 5* La Baule

Reigning Olympic champion Eric Lamaze finished in sixth place in the 200,000 € La Baule Grand Prix Longines at the CSIO 5* La Baule, FRA, riding Derly Chin De Muze. Lamaze also finished in second place in the 23,000 € Prix EADS and seventh in the 23,000 € Prix Generali with Coriana van Klapscheut. The […]

Canada Finishes Third in Wellington Nations’ Cup

Canada finished third in the $75,000 FEI Nations’ Cup, Presented by G&C Farm, held Friday night, March 2, during the CSIO4* FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL. The Canadian Team comprised of Yann Candele of Caledon, ON, Tiffany Foster of Schomberg, ON, Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, and Ian Millar of Perth, ON, […]