International Bromont


Ramsay Wins Québec Original Open Welcome at International Bromont

The last week of the International Bromont continued with the victory of American rider Andrew Ramsay on Stranger, in the FEI Québec Original Open Welcome on Thursday, July 28, 2016 Spectators and riders at the International Bromont were treated to an exciting event designed with brio by Olympic course designer Guilherme Jorge. Although the course […]
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Lucy Deslauriers Unbeatable in Québec Original Grand Prix

Young Lucy Deslauriers, on her mount Hester, excelled in the Québec Original Grand Prix on Sunday, July 24 at the end of the first week of the 2016 International Bromont where three countries were represented. Expecting the best Designed by renowned course designer Venezuelan Leopoldo Palacios, the course was very challenging. With 13 obstacles for […]
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Americans Dominate World Cup Qualifier at International Bromont

The 2014 International Bromont’s final event, the World Cup Qualifier, ended with American riders dominating, as they took seven of the top ten places, including the top five. Designed for testing both the technical and athletic abilities of participating riders, the course created by Venezuela’s Leopoldo Palacios, featured 13 obstacles for 16 efforts in a […]

Jill Henselwood Shines in Bromont

Olympic rider Jill Henselwood won the first international show jumping event in Bromont on July 17 with her mount Bolero HX in an unbeaten time of 40.95 seconds. For this FEI (Fédération Équestre Internationale) event, FEI4* Brazilian course designer Guilherme Jorge prepared a course with 12 obstacles for 15 efforts, with six rider/horses duos acceding […]

Quebec Original World Cup

The International Bromont ended this Sunday July 28th with Irishman Andrew Bourns’ stunning victory in the Quebec Original World Cup qualifying event, at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park. The course, designed by world renowned Leopoldo Palacios (VEN), comprised thirteen obstacles for sixteen efforts, with a time allowed of 85 seconds. Only three of the twenty-eight […]