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Equestrian Canada reminds the para-dressage community of two upcoming Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs in western Canada.

Date Changes for Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs in Western Canada

Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to remind the para-dressage community of two upcoming Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs in western Canada, and notify them of date and location changes for each Hub. British Columbia Para-Equestrian Classification Hub – DATE CHANGED When: March…

Classification is available to athletes who are actively competing at the EC Bronze level and are ready to progress to Silver and Gold.

2019 Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs in B.C. and Alberta

Equestrian Canada (EC) is pleased to announce two Para-Equestrian Classification Hubs to be held in British Columbia and Alberta in early 2019. British Columbia Para-Equestrian Classification Hub When: Feb. 2, 2019 Where: North Fraser Therapeutic Riding Association – 13345 Park…

On March 16-18, 2018, Equestrian Canada hosted a successful Para-Equestrian Classification Information Session and Classifiers Seminar in Ottawa, ON, providing information and education around the vital role of EC National Classifiers. L to R: Philippa Keegan, Mireille Bilodeau, Robyn Allen, Sue Foell, Katie Pauhl. Photo © EC

Successful Para-Equestrian Classification Information Session & Classifiers Seminar

Equestrian Canada (EC) hosted a successful  at the Equestrian Canada office in Ottawa, ON from March 16-18, 2018. The purpose of these events was to provide information and education around the vital role of EC National Classifiers. Both were led…

Craig Spence, the International Paralympic Committee’s Director of Media & Communications, tackled the future of Para-Equestrian Dressage within the Paralympic Movement at the FEI’s first Para-Equestrian Forum on 21-22 March in Essen, Germany. (Amanda Berens/FEI).

FEI’s Inaugural Para-Equestrian Forum Celebrates Para-sport Future

Paralympic athletes and experts from 22 countries were welcomed to the FEI’s first Para-Equestrian Forum last weekend in Essen, Germany. The exciting two-day event gave delegates the opportunity to engage in the future direction of Para-Equestrian Dressage, which will celebrate…

Lisa Coulter

Canada’s Lisa Coulter Breaks Ground as Reining Rider and Coach

Lisa Coulter of Vernon, BC recently made history in the sport of Reining as both a rider and a coach. As a rider, Coulter made her mark on the 2013 USA Reining Series, finishing as the inaugural Open Division Reserve…

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FEI Celebrates Clean London 2012 Paralympic Games

Para-Equestrian at the London 2012 Paralympic Games has continued the clean sport success of the London 2012 Olympic Games with the news that all human and equine samples taken during the Para-Equestrian competitions at Greenwich Park have tested negative for…

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Countdown to the London 2012 Paralympic Games

With just 24 hours to go to the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony, excitement and great expectations are building up in the Olympic venues dotted around the city whilst record ticket sales – over 2.2 million tickets sold –…

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Call for Nominations: Canadian Para-Equestrian Committee for 2012

Para-Equestrian Canada is now accepting nominations to fill three vacant positions on the Canadian Para-Equestrian Committee (CPEC).  The positions on the committee are not specific in task and each position is for a two-year term beginning in February 2012. The…

Stinna Kaastrup and Labbenhus Snovs

Freestyle Gold Medals Bring British Haul to Eight

With the Team and three Individual titles already under their belt, the British brought their gold medal haul to a magnificent eight when adding victory in Freestyle Grades Ia, II, III and IV to their tally on the final afternoon…

Great Britain’s All-female Quintet Exceed Expectations

Britain proved today that they still have the edge and remain the team to beat when it comes to Para-Equestrian Dressage. Indeed, as Britain’s first all-female quintet scooped team gold and 5 of the 15 available medals in the individual…

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