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FEBRUARY 2012 THE RIDER /39 Ontario University Equestrian Association Year End Awards


Congratulations to all 2010/11 Ontario University Eques- trian Association Year award recipients!


The Ontario University Equestrian Association (OUEA) was officially founded in 2007 by a group of dedicated and hardworking university students. The original goal of the organization was to offer students a way to continue riding and competing without the same financial and time commit- ments traditionally associated with the sport. The OUEA was originally structured based on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Associate (IHSA) in the USA, but over time has evolved into something truly its own. Like the IHSA, the OUEA offers hunter equitation classes to riders ranging in ability, and riders compete on donated horses that they have not previously rid- den.


The OUEA started out with only seven member universi- ties from south-central Ontario (Brock, McMaster, Guelph, Waterloo, Western, Laurier and Trent) and over just a few short years has grown to include schools from across Ontario and Quebec. There are currently have 16 schools involved with the OUEA, and as such have divided the organization into East and West Zones. By dividing into zones, travel times will be reduced, but more importantly, this will allow for each school to send more riders to every show. Despite the organization’s rapid growth, it is still entirely run by students and relies on the kind donations from those involved in the equestrian industry. Several students from many different member universities make up the OUEA Exec- utive Team, and they are respon- sible for the overall manage- ment of the organization. Individual shows are run by member teams, and the majority of teams


each host at least one show per season.


For more information visit www.ouea.ca


Fall of the Year - Christina Moniz


High Point Rider (Season) Joelle Charbonneau (left) Phone: (519) 268-2050 email: grantontrailers@execulink.com www.grantontrailers.com


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Team Spirit Award - York University


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Most Valuable Horse - Mark from Old Orchard Farm


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