The first international grand prix of the 2021 WEF circuit ended in a win for Madden, with two Canadians in the top ten.
The first-ever dressage competition took place at the newly opened, state-of-the-art World Equestrian Center Ocala facility January 8-10.
Molly Ashe Cawley (USA) and Berdien captured the win in the 1.50m class at WEF; Canada's Vanessa Mannix was 6th aboard Catinka 25.
The US rider soared to the top in the $37,000 Adequan CSI3* aboard Agana Van Het Gerendal Z; Canada's Eric Lamaze was 5th with Fine Lady 5.
Two Canadians placed in the top 10 of the FEI Grand Prix CDI3* as the 2021 Adequan Global Dressage Festival gets underway at PBIEC.
Investment will help keep animals safe and cover maintenance costs for equine establishments negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The horses are fresh ... They feel like they got a year younger with a year off," said the Olympic gold medalist following his win.
CAS judges upheld Pan American Sports request to disqualify Canada for the failed dope test; can now send just one jumping athlete to Tokyo.
Hippomundo releases its latest list of top young jumpers, this time the seven-year-olds, which include Canadian Kara Chad's ride Irinka Lady.
A $665 surcharge per horse catches the industry by surprise as Brexit takes effect and threatens to affect equestrian traffic both ways.
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