The controversial decision to amalgamate the 18-35 and 36+ Adult Amateur divisions was made due to dwindling entries over the years.
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The gold medal Olympian has hit the ground running and has some 'L'Amazing' plans to get the Canadian Show Jumping Team back on the podium.
A horse sale gone wrong has resulted in a dissatisfied buyer and Equestrian Canada’s president being investigated for misconduct.
They are not sexy and are complex to untangle, but bylaws are extremely important and any changes need to be scrutinized and evaluated.
A severe lack of communication and collaboration between the eventing committee and the discipline manager have left the sport adrift.
A rule preventing EC officials from working non-sanctioned events punishes those who achieved accreditation at great expense.
The stunning news that Caledon Equestrian Park assets had been sold to Angelstone has left many in the industry wondering what comes next.
Expect backlash from the disciplines as levy funds may end up being used by Equestrian Canada to make up its own financial shortfall.
Equestrian Canada’s CEO Yves Hamelin is tasked with delivering the goals set out in EC’s Strategic Initiative Plan that will require some serious changes.
Canada's show jumpers get the job done with a gold-medal performance.
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