The show jumping legend will begin his retirement as a breeder by dispersing select stock representing top jumping bloodlines.
“When someone comes to look at horses, it’s important for us to have a little bit of everything in our sales program,” says Eric Lamaze.
2008 Olympic champion welcomes the 11-year-old Belgian Sport Horse stallion Dieu Merci van T&L to his Torrey Pines Stable.
Alexander and Holly Grayton join Millar Brooke North as the team announce the opening of its U.S.-based satellite operation, Millar Brooke South.
Committee determines that it would not be practical to continue with preparations given the uncertainty surrounding safety and social gatherings.
Having partnered with Lamaze in March to purchase a trio of show jumping prospects, the couple has further invested in three more exciting horses.
Highlighted by a strong performance by Eric Lamaze, the Canadian Show Jumping Team tied for 4th place in the $150,000 CSIO4* Nations’ Cup in Wellington, FL.
The Canadian Team of Erynn Ballard, Tiffany Foster, Eric Lamaze and Sam Walker placed fourth in the $290,000 Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup.
American businesswoman, rider, and owner Alice Lawaetz has purchased international show jumping prospect Higuain through Eric Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable.
Hayley Barnhill and Chris Surbey have joined Canadian Olympic show jumping champion Eric Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable with bases in Florida and Belgium.