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Anne and William Scott’s Summer Sunday goes in search of her fourth straight added-money score in Sunday’s Grade 3 $125,000 Seaway Stakes, at Woodbine. A four-year-old Ontario-bred daughter of Silent Name, Summer Sunday rolls into the seven-furlong feature on the…

Dutch Paralympic riders thrilled the home crowd by taking both gold medals on offer today at the Longines FEI Para Dressage European Championships in Rotterdam. Leading the charge was Paralympic and triple world gold medallist Sanne Voets in grade IV’s…

In a mighty battle between two of the sport’s true greats, Isabell Werth, the lady recognised as the reigning Queen of international Dressage, won through once again in the Grand Prix Special at the Longines FEI Dressage European Championships 2019…

Effective immediately on July 30, 2019, Dominique Chagnon of Calixa Lavallée, QC tendered her resignation from the Equestrian Canada (EC) Board of Directors. An active volunteer within EC for over 16 years, Chagnon has generously contributed her time, energy and…

Karl Cook (USA) came away with the top spot in the $8,500 tbird Speed CSI4*-W, topping a field of 57 aboard E’Special P.S. on the second day of the 2019 Summer Fort Festival at Thunderbird Show Park. The duo, partnered…

Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to advise the community of the rules regarding equine use of cannabis, CBD, THC and hemp products. THC Please note that as of Sept. 1, 2019 the presence of THC in an equine medication control…

TORONTO, August 21, 2019 – Reconfigure made a late dash to take the $75,000 final of the inaugural Woodbine Turf Sprint Series by less than a length with Patrick Husbands aboard on Wednesday evening (August 21) at Woodbine Racetrack. The…

Stronach Stables’ homebred Silent Poet goes for his first graded crown in Saturday’s Grade 2 $175,000 Play the King Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Nicholas Gonzalez, Silent Poet, a four-year-old son of Silent Name, heads into the seven-furlong turf feature…

The Longines FEI European Para Dressage Championships got off to the most dramatic start possible today with a tie at the top of the Grade I individual competition, an exceptionally rare event in the sport. Norway’s Jens-Lasse Dokkan (Aladdin) and…

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