A list of countries who can field teams, plus remaining opportunities to qualify as of September 15, 2023.
Para-Dressage will feature alongside 21 other sports at the Paralympic Games in Los Angeles; Para Climbing or Para Surfing still under consideration.
The Japan Racing Association, which owns and runs the Tokyo Equestrian Park, has far-reaching plans to ensure barrier-free access.
Kyra Barrett, a blind 10-year-old girl, is an accomplished rider living in Pritchard, BC who navigates by using a guide horse.
Equestrian Canada reminds the para-dressage community of two upcoming Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs in western Canada, both of which have new dates.
Equestrian Canada has announced registration deadlines for two Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs to be held in British Columbia and Alberta in early 2019.
Equestrian Canada hosted a successful Para-Equestrian Classification Information Session and Classifiers Seminar on March 16-18, 2018.
Paralympic athletes and experts from 22 countries were welcomed to the FEI’s first Para-Equestrian Forum last weekend in Essen, Germany. The exciting two-day event gave delegates the opportunity to engage in the future direction of Para-Equestrian Dressage, which will celebrate its twentieth Paralympic Games anniversary at Rio 2016, and discuss the wider backdrop of Para-Equestrian […]
Lisa Coulter of Vernon, BC recently made history in the sport of Reining as both a rider and a coach. Coulter made her mark on the 2013 USA Reining Series
Para-Equestrian at the London 2012 Paralympic Games has continued the clean sport success of the London 2012 Olympic Games with the news that all human and equine samples taken during the Para-Equestrian competitions at Greenwich Park have tested negative for prohibited substances. Para-Equestrian Dressage, the only equestrian discipline included in the Paralympic Games, has been […]
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