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David Arcand Named CAVALOR ‘Athlete of the Month’ for March


Ottawa, Ontario — David Arcand was named the CAVAL- OR ‘Athlete of the Month’ for March by Jump Canada.


Arcand, 21, of Mont Royal, QC, rode his horse Santos Utopia, a 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, to third place overall in the Artisan Farms Young Rider Series, which consisted of three $15,000 Artisan Farms Young Rider Grand Prix classes and the Arti- san Farms $20,000 Young Rider Team competition held during the 12-week FTI Winter Eques- trian Festival in Wellington, FL. As a result of his third place finish overall in the series, Arcand will represent Canada at the European Youngster (EY) Cup, which will be held in Leipzig, GER, concurrently with the World Cup Final from April 27 to May 1, 2011. As Arcand’s horse, Santos Utopia, was recently sold, and he will be rid- ing Catwalk 19, an eight-year- old Holstiener stallion owned by Stall Tjeert Rijkens.


“I am really excited to attend the European Youngster Cup,” said Arcand. “It is very nice to work hard all winter and be rewarded with a trip to com- pete in Europe against top young riders.”


Arcand added, “I would like to thank Cavalor for spon- soring this award. The recogni- tion is much appreciated.” As the CAVALOR ‘Athlete


“David Arcand was named the CAVALOR ‘Athlete of the Month’ for March.” Photo Cred- it — Dominique Chaloult


of the Month’ for March, Arcand receives a gift certificate from title sponsor CAVALOR Inc. In Canada, Cavalor prod- ucts are available through Equus Integral (Francis Berger 514 924-4035 and Michel Lavictoire 514 467-8075). Equus Integral is Cavalor Inc.’s exclusive Cana- dian distributor and can be reached at info@equusintegral.com. CAVALOR Inc. is the exclusive North American licensee of the CAVALOR brand and the CAVALOR prod- ucts from Nutriquine NV. CAV- ALOR Inc.’s mission is to orga- nize and manage the distribution of CAVALOR products, pro-


mote the brand, and establish partnerships to locally manufac- ture the CAVALOR products, all in North America. For over 20 years, Nutriquine NV (a Belgian company) has been a pioneer in equine nutrition. In close coop- eration with veterinarians, scien- tists and specialists of the eques- trian sports, Nutriquine has developed, under the brand name CAVALOR, a complete line of supplements, care and feed prod- ucts to address the diverse needs and requirements of top sport horses and breeding stables. CAVALOR products are dis- tributed and used by many champions in 45 countries around the world. CAVALOR, when the result counts!


About Jump Canada


Jump Canada is the com- mittee of Equine Canada respon- sible for all hunter, equitation and jumper activities in Canada from the grass roots to the inter- national level. Jump Canada is governed by a board, the majori- ty of whose members are elected by the stakeholders in the sport. For more information regarding Jump Canada programs and activities, visit http://www.equinecanada.ca/jum pcanada.


About Equine Canada


For more information about Equine Canada, please visit www.equinecanada.ca.


Come Celebrate With Us At The 29th Annual CTHS Awards


The CTHS is gearing up for its 29th Annu- al CTHS Awards set for Saturday, June 4th, 2011, which will provide members and friends with the opportunity to come together to honour its Ontario-Bred champions of 2010. The cere- mony will be held at Copper Creek Golf Club in Kleinburg with a cocktail reception beginning at 6:00 p.m., and the dinner and awards presenta- tions to start at 6:30 p.m. A silent auction featuring exceptional items donated by mem- bers and friends of the Thoroughbred commu- nity will also be includ- ed in the night’s festivi- ties. In addition, a live auction of several pieces will also take place. All proceeds from the auc- tion will benefit the LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society. Several exciting auction items have already been generously donated, including (but not limited to):


• Box suite for 12 per- sons to a Raptors game at the Air Canada Cen- tre in 2012; • Dinner package for four at Woodbine Race- track; • Blue Jay tickets for two for the July 31 and Sept. 6 games;


• Box seats (black tie event) for four at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair; and • Several art pieces donated by talented artists.


Tickets for the awards dinner are $75.00 (plus $9.75 HST) per person. Tickets and spon- sorships may be obtained by contacting the CTHS office at 416-675-3602. Please visit www.cthsont.com for more information.


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