Equestrian Canada has announced that nominations are officially open to fill three vacancies on the board; deadline is May 1, 2023.
Frederic Wandres and the phenomenal Bluetooth OLD won with 82.31%, while Morgan Barbançon and Habana Libre snagged the Special.
The win came on home soil at Live Oak International in Ocala, Florida with his team of horses Amadeus, First Edition, Julius V and Kadora.
The last NAL qualifier before the Final in Omaha took place at the Live Oak International over a course designed by Olaf Petersen Jr.
The US rider took the $226,000 Horseware Ireland CSI4* at Wellington International over "definitely the biggest track she’s jumped.”
Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu’s All In and Charlotte Jorst's Kastel’s Nintendo take a final bow in Wellington International ceremonies.
The French rider and her 17-year-old KWPN gelding were the only pair to touch 70% in the class, and the final combination up centreline.
The German rider added another victory to a rivalry that’s been brewing all season with McLain Ward as just over two weeks remain in the series.
An exciting lineup of international clinicians, entertainment and great shopping await visitors at the new Ancaster Fairgrounds location.
With the dressage qualifiers wrapped up, the definite entries list released and Glamourdale out of the picture, it could be anyone's to win.