The $1,000 bursaries for 14-17-year-olds are to be used for riding lessons, show fees, continuing education and other learning opportunities.
The beloved force of nature was a fierce supporter of dressage and was responsible for developing the sport in Canada.
Personal best scores continued for Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In, while Pia Fortmuller and Freida won the Lövsta Future Challenge.
The Canadian scores 73.319% in the Special; Jill Irving and Arthur place 4th and Diane Creech is 7th riding Chrevi’s Christo.
Fraser-Beaulieu and the big gelding earned their highest Grand Prix CDI-W score ever and now set their sights on the FEI World Cup Finals.
Pan Am Games team gold medalist scored 72.326% as runner-up to Nick Wagman and Don John as competition for a Tokyo Olympic berth heats up.
Second place in the FEI Grand Prix CDI 3* for Special went to Canada’s Lindsay Kellock piloting Sebastien, who earned 72.326%.
The sport horse breeding and performance stat website has launched its first yearbook, with information, results, rankings and interviews.
Guenter Seidel and Equirelle win their first Grand Prix Freestyle while Canada's Lindsay Kellock and Sebastien grab 2nd place.
Germany’s Christoph Koschel tops the FEI Grand Prix CDI4* ahead of Kellock while Lauren Barwick is 3rd in CPEDI3* competition.