Impeccably-bred foals and horses of riding age will be offered for sale on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3-4; you can review the collection today.
The World Equestrian Center in Ohio, site of the relocated Capital Challenge, saw ten professional hunter champions named on Tuesday.
The Annual General Meeting agenda included five items of business, as well reports and updates and a Q&A period with EC president Meg Krueger.
Canada's Sean Jobin is 7th with Darius and 6th in the Welcome Stake on Banco du Moulin, while Harold Chopping takes a pair of hunter division championships.
Sunday’s feature class challenged a total of 21 combinations, with seven returning for the jump-off including Canada's Kim Farlinger with Kreator.
The season at HITS Commonwealth Park came to a close with top hunter and jumper competition, and the crowning of the Grand Circuit Champions.
The award in Zara's memory will be presented annually to a young Ontario rider who exhibits a passion for eventing and commitment to their horse.
Show jumping, driving and indoor cross-country will be in this year’s program, including the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final and Rolex Grand Prix.
The first of two weeks of competition of the Columbus International series culminated successfully operating under COVID-19 protocols.
The Belgian edged countryman Verlooy to add another grand prix win to his resume on a horse that many consider to be “the best mare in the world currently.”