Ifko wins gold with Un Diamant Des Forets; Rachel Cornacchia and Valkyrie De Talma grab silver; Shaelynn Enders and Voilastar take bronze.
The inaugural Rocky Mountain North American Championship, featuring a World Equestrian Games format, was an enormous success – so much so that the Alberta Equestrian Federation and Rocky Mountain Show Jumping are preparing to host the Championship again in 2020 and are increasing the purse to $200,000. This year’s event was hosted over five days […]
Rocky Mountain Show Jumping has announced the cancellation of this year’s Royal West show jumping tournament, which was scheduled for October.
Richard Spooner, the Master of Faster, was victorious in the $60,000 Bryan Anderson Memorial Grand Prix at Thunderbird Showpark, in Langley, B.C.
Rocky Mountain Show Jumping is pleased to announce the $150,000 Rocky Mountain North American Championships will be held during the June Classic CSI2*.
Conor Swail secured the win in the $100,000 Truman Homes Cup CSI3* aboard Koss Van Heiste, concluding the final Saturday of Royal West.
The North American Riders Group (NARG) has released their Top 24 in 2014 list, and once again, Spruce Meadows holds the top spot. Four more Canadian shows made the list, including Thunderbird in second place; the Royal in fifth (as the top indoor show); the brand new Royal West in 11th and Rocky Mountain Show […]
The Inaugural Royal West Tournament kicked off last night with a vast turnout of thirty-seven FEI riders competing in the $40,000 Norton Rose Fulbright CSI** Cup. Tamie Phillips took the lead early on in the class and held it throughout with a blazing fast time of 64 seconds and change aboard her nine-year-old mare Cat […]
The Inaugural Royal West Horse Show kicks off a brand new tradition this week bringing International Show Jumping back to the heart of downtown Calgary. The world-famous Calgary Stampede Park will host over 400 horses from around the world to compete in the brand new state-of-the-art indoor facility at the Agrium Western Event Centre. Hosted […]
Jump Canada is pleased to announce the distribution of $5,000 in Venue Development Funds. The Venue Development Fund, financed by the Jump Canada Levy, directly impacts hunter, jumper and equitation riders and owners across the country through subsidizing improvements at competition facilities. The fund is rewarded to show organizers, or geographic groups of competitions that […]