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JULY 2018 THE RIDER /29 Section 2


Eric lamaze and Fine lady 5 Victorious in $385,000 CSI5* ‘Continental’ Grand Prix


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Eric Lamaze................................29 Jessica Phoenix...........................30 Cedar Valley CDI 3*...................31 Lynn Palm...................................32 Kelly Houtappels-Bruder............33 National Coaches Committee .....33 Horse Listening...........................34 Standardrama 2018.....................36 Wood Chewing ...........................37 Airways Disease .........................37 Caledon Equestrian Park.............37 Equine Wellness..........................38


Parkwood Stables........................38 Between The Ears .......................39 Lindsay Grice..............................40 Kidszone .....................................41 Saddle Fit ....................................42 Classifieds, Directory Ads.....43-47 Real Estate ..................................48 Headwaters Cup..........................49 OFA Commentary.......................49 Rider Fitness ...............................50 Coming Events............................51 AHAEC News............................51


Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5, owned by Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable, won the $385,000 CSI5* ‘Continental’ Grand Prix on Sunday, June 17, to conclude the Spruce Meadows ‘Continental’ tournament in Calgary, AB. Photo by Spruce Meadows Media


Calgary, Alberta – Canadian Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze stood in the winner’s circle for the third day in a row after claiming the $385,000 CSI5* ‘Continental’ Grand Prix riding Fine Lady 5 on Sunday, June 17, at the Spruce Meadows ‘Continental’ tournament in Calgary, AB.


mare (Forsyth x Drosselklang II) his Torrey Pines Stable owns in partnership with Andy and Carlene Ziegler’s Ar- tisan Farms, Lamaze was one of seven riders to jump clear and qualify for the jump-off over a testing track set by course designer Guilherme Jorge of Brazil. In the same scenario as Friday night’s Scotiabank Cup, Lamaze was chasing the jump-off time posted by young American Lucy Deslauriers and Hester when he entered the ring. And in a repeat of Friday night, Lamaze was again faster, stopping the clock in 43.22 seconds compared to the 43.66 posted by Deslauriers. Lamaze is using the Spruce Meadows Summer Se- ries consisting of four weeks of CSI5* competition, the


Cup in spectacular fashion aboard Chacco Kid, Lamaze again won on Saturday, taking the $70,200 Canadian Util- ities Cup with new mount, Saura de Fondcombe, owned by Katharina Peter. His third win on Sunday came aboard Fine Lady 5, his individual bronze medal partner at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Riding Fine Lady 5, the 15-year-old Hanoverian


Having won Friday night’s $131,600 Scotiabank


1.45m/1.50m ranking horse,” explained Lamaze who is based in Wellington, FL, and Brussels, Belgium. “Prior to the Rio Olympics, we stepped her up and put her in some big competitions here at Spruce Meadows in the Summer Series and she just blossomed. Then we moved her up at Aachen and she won. At the Olympics I couldn’t believe it; the final round was big and although I wouldn’t say she jumped it easily - none of the horses jumped it eas- ily - she jumped it. It was a very pleasant surprise. “Any horse that did well in recent major champi-


highest level of show jumping competition sanctioned by the Federation Equestre International (FEI), to prepare for September’s FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, NC. When Fine Lady 5 was originally purchased in the spring of 2014 from Germany’s Holger Wulschner, she was not intended to be used for 1.60m grand prix competition. “Fine Lady was purchased as a speed horse, as a


onships, the ones that ended up on the podium at an Olympics or World Championships, most of them came here in the summer time and trained for the four weeks,” continued Lamaze. “In a year when there is a world cham- pionship, there is no better place to prepare than the Spruce Meadows Summer Series. It makes you a better rider. This Summer Series serves us on many levels. It’s good for developing younger horses and younger riders and it


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