A Bromont rider going to the Pan American Games in Lima

Bromont, June 21, 2019 – Bromont

rider Mario

Deslauriers will represent Canada in the Jumper disci- pline at the Pan American Games which will be held in Lima, Peru, starting on July 26.

Three Quebeckers for Canada The Canadian teams

in show jumping, eventing and dressage will all include Quebec riders in their ranks at the Pan American Games. Mario Deslauriers will be on the jumping team, Colleen Loach on the event- ing team; and Naima Mor- eira-Laliberté will be the fourth member on the dres- sage team.

Horses, a family affair Mario Deslauriers,

will not be the only Deslau- riers in Lima in a little over a month, as his daughter Lucy, who as cumulated rid- ing successes, will be the re- serve member on the National American,


time around. “I

am extremely

happy for my family and the passion for horses which unites us,” indicated Roger Deslauriers, the Interna- tional Bromont General Manager. In fact, other than the talented riders in the family, both Deslauriers fa- ther and sons, are all in-

volved with horses, Patrice and Samuel Deslauriers will be present for the 44th edi- tion of the International Bromont starting as soon as July 24, enough to make the family patriarch, who has spent his life to the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park and the events of all levels that take place there, very proud. “Mario and Lucy will

be with us for the first week, because the jumping events of the Pan American Games will only begin during the second week of the Interna- tional Bromont. We will definitely be following the outcome from here”, admit- ted Roger Deslauriers, they will have all our support. ”

About International

Bromont International Bromont

presents its 44th edition in the picturesque setting of the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park, in the heart of the beautiful region of the Eastern Townships. For more information and de- tails about the program, visit the web site at: au International Bromont

would like to thank the Min- istère de l’Éducation, de l’Enseignement supérieur, the Ministère du Tourisme du Québec and the town of Bromont for their support.

Important Notice:

Amendments To 2019 Dressage Competition

Handbook And Freestyle Test Sheets

In both the 2019 Competition Handbook and the

2019 Freestyle Test sheets, it states that, “Trot work may be done sitting or rising”. This is correct for Training and First but not for Second, Third and Fourth, where all trot work is to be ridden sitting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have

caused and will correct the affected Freestyle tests online as soon as possible. The correction in the Competition Handbook cannot be corrected until 2020, so we ask that you make a note of this correction in the 2019 Competition Handbook. Additionally for Freestyles, the Equestrian Canada

Dressage Committee has authorized extraordinary rule amendments to make the following adjustments to Section E: Dressage and Para-Dressage Rules. Please make a note of them:

E. 7.29 Added to the Reference Chart for Freestyles Offered at Silver Championships:

Freestyle Training Level

Training Tests Training 2 & 3

E.9.3.16 Correction to the amount of time for an athlete to enter the arena E.9.5

after the start of their music is adjusted from

20 to 30 seconds. E 10.4

Freestyle scoring has been adjusted to: “Half

and full points are used for Technical Execution. Half, full and one-tenth marks may be used for Artistic Impression.”

About Association équestre Centaure Association équestre Centaure is a not-for-profit or-

ganization with the mission of promoting equestrian sports, particularly the classic equitation disciplines, through sports events at the regional, national and inter- national levels. Association équestre Centaure is the only Quebec organization presenting events sanctioned by the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) in show jump- ing, dressage and driving.

Source Association équestre Centaure T. 450-534-0787

Lucy Deslauriers & Hester lors de l’International Bromont. US Rider Lucy Deslauriers & Hester at the International Bromont.

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