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46/ JULY 2019 THE RIDER


ONTARIO BARREL RACING


ASSOCIATION


GREY COUNTY RIDERS


Markdale, ON greycountyriders@gmail.co m Sunday July 14th Sunday Aug 11th Sunday Sept 8th


SILVER SPUR SADDLE CLUB


Tara, ON silverspursaddleclub.ca Sunday July 21st Sunday Aug 18th Sunday Sept 15th


ROCKTON SADDLE CLUB


July 13th Aug. 10th Sept 14th Rain Dates June 15th and August 17th. All shows start at 10:00 am. For more info call or text Lisa McPhee 289-439-4500


RUSTY GAITS SADDLE CLUB


Shows held he Aylmer Fair Grounds: Shows, July 16, August 20, September 17. For more information con- tact us at www.rustygaits.ca or find us on Facebook.


BIG CREEK SADDLE CLUB


2019 Show Dates: July 14, August 11, Septem- ber 8, Rain Dates June 23, August 18 For more information con- t


a c t


bigcreeksc@gmail.com. PORT COLBORNE -


BERTIE WILLOUGHBY SADDLE CLUB


This years show dates are July 14, July 28 and August 18. Raindate is August 25. Contact: Amber Gilbert @ ambergilbert80@gmail.com or call 905-321-8260.


KAWARTHA REGIONAL APPALOOSA HORSE CLUB


Upcoming Shows: July 13th - Indian River Classic. English Country Acres, Norwood. Judge: Chuck Schroeder September 14th - North American


Date/ Show/ Location July 19-21 - Summer Clas- sic,. Clinton, ON July 26-28* - Wild Runs of Summer, Barrie, ON August 17-18 - Terra Nova Barrel Blast, Bright, ON September 1-2 - Paris Fair, Paris, ON October 13 - Erin Fall Fair, Erin ON October 18-20 - Grand Slam Finals, Clinton ON For more information visit www.obra.ca


ROCKTON


AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY


2019 EVENTS Appaloosa


C h a m p i o n s h i p (NAAC).English Country Acres, Norwood. Judge: Rick Warne www.kawarthaappaloosa.co m


ESSA NATIONAL DRAFT HORSE SHOW


August 3-4 - Essa Agriplex- Home of the Barrie Fair. 9am- 5pm daily. The Essa Canadian National Draft Horse Exhibition was origi- nally conceived as a result of the cancellation of the Canadian National Exhibi- tion show. A dedicated group of Draft Horse enthu- siasts felt the need to fill the void in the industry, and with the support of the Essa & District Agricultural So- ciety, generous sponsors and devoted exhibitors,


the :


show has established itself as one of the largest annual Draft Horse Shows in the province at its new home; the Essa Agriplex. This year, the Essa National Draft Horse Show will fea- ture Classic 6 Horse Hitch classes each day, and a full slate of Belgian, Percheron, Clydesdale/Shire breeding line, hitch, and youth classes. All information and important updates regarding the show, classes, and regis- tration will be on our web- site www.essaagriplex.ca/ endhs. 705-726-1200, admin@es- saagriplex.ca


Oct. 11-14, 2019 - Rockton World’s Fair For more information visit www.rocktonworldsfair.co m


PRINCE EDWARD HORSE AND PONY CLUB


Show Dates 2019 July 14th August 11th https://www.facebook.com/ groups/8601927841/ ANCASTER SADDLE CLUB


July 21, 2019 (double point show) August 18, 2019 September 15, 2019 Raindate; September 29, 2019.


English Hunter and Western Performance


Classes.


Shows held at Ancaster Fairgrounds. For informa- tion contact: ancastersaddle- club@gmail.com


SCHOOL OF EQUINE MASSAGE &


REHABILITATION THERAPIES


October 05-11, 2019, Ot- tawa, ON 7 Day Massage Course October 14-November 22, 2019, 6 week Advanced Massage Course, Guelph, ON|. www.equinerehab.ca


CANADIAN HUNTER DERBY SERIES


2019 East Schedule Eastern Qualifiers $10,000 Ottawa National Hunter Derby, Wesley Clover Park, Ottawa - July


13 $5,000 Ottawa Interna- tional Hunter Derby, Wes- ley Clover Park, Ottawa - July 21 $5,000 Canadian Hunter Derby,


International


Bromont - July 27 $10,000 Canadian Hunter Derby, Ten Sixty Stables Classic - July 28 $3,000 Exclusively Equine Gifts & Decor Hunter Derby, Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park, Aug 7-11 $5,000 Canadian Hunter Derby, Concours Hippique du Parc, Blainville - Aug 11 $3,000 Canadian Hunter Derby, $500 Jr/Am Derby, Angelstone - Aug 23 $3,000 Canadian Hunter Derby, $500 Jr/Am Derby, Angelstone - Aug 30 $5,000 caisse Chaudiere Desjardins Hunter Derby, Concours Hippique de Lévis - Sept 8 $2,000 Fall Finale Hunter Derby, Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park - Sept 25- 30 $60,000 Canadian Hunter Derby, National Champi- onships Royal Winter Fair Nov 1-10


2019 NATIONAL GOLD COMPETITIONS


Competition Name/ Loca- tion/ Date/ Website Ottawa International # 2 CSI3*, Wesley Clover Parks Ottawa, July 16 - 21, wesleycloverparks.com Ten Sixty Stables Classic, Ten Sixty Stables Uxbridge, July 25 - 28, www.tensix- tystables.com Equestrian Festival, Cale- don Equestrian Park, Pal- grave, July 31 - Aug 4, www.caledonequestrianpark.co m Summer Festival, Caledon Equestrian Park, Palgrave, Aug 7 - 11, www.cale- donequestrianpark.com The International CSI2*, Angelstone Tournaments Erin


August 21 - 25,


www.angelstone.ca The National CSI2*, An- gelstone Tournaments, Erin, August 28 - Sept 1, www.angelstone.ca Autumn Classic, Caledon Equestrian Park, Palgrave, Sept 11 - 15, www.cale- donequestrianpark.com Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2*, Cale- don Equestrian Park Pal- grave, Sept 18 - 22, www.caledonequestrianpark.co m Fall Finale, Caledon Equestrian Park, Palgrave, Sept 25 - 29, www.cale- donequestrianpark.com The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Ricoh Coli- seum, Toronto, November 1 - 10, www.royalfair.org


EFFINGHAM STABLES DRESSAGE Days 2019


July 27th and Saturday, Au- gust 24th. Contact Jenny Jelen Eques- trian, 705.562.3187, Email jennyjelen55@gmail.com effinghamstables@gmail.com Call: 289.969.3476 www.effinghamstables.com


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Five athletes named to Canada’s Lima 2019 modern pentathlon team


Pan Am Games to feature two individual events (men and women) and the debut of three relay team events (men, women and mixed). PHOTO: Pentathlon Canada


TORONTO (June 27, 2019) – Pentathlon Canada and the Canadian Olympic Commit- tee are excited to name a team of five athletes to com- pete in the modern pen- tathlon individual and relay events at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. The individual compe-


titions at Lima 2019 will serve as a direct continental qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. In addi- tion, Lima 2019 will feature pentathlon relay events for the first time in Pan Ameri- can Games history. These two-member team events include a men’s team, a women’s team and a mixed team which take place fol- lowing the


individual


events. The addition of the relay events brings the total number of medals available in modern pentathlon to 15, a significant increase over the total of six that were available at TORONTO 2015.


Team Canada has a


long history of top results and Olympic qualifications in modern pentathlon at the Pan American Games. Most recently, at TORONTO 2015, Donna Vakalis quali- fied for Rio 2016 with her fifth-place finish. After a thrilling selec-


tion season consisting of multiple international com- petitions, three women and two men earned places on the team. The five pentath- letes on the Lima 2019 team, in alphabetical order, are:


Women Shauna Biddulph (Saska- toon, Sask.) Kelly Fitzsimmons (Cal- gary, Alta.) Claire Samulak (Fruitvale, B.C.)


Men Joel Riker-Fox (Delacour, Alta.) Garnett Stevens (Rockland, Ont.)


Saskatoon native


Shauna Biddulph is de- lighted to be heading to Lima just 10 months after returning to the sport from an extended break to have


her daughter Abigail. Shauna is a four-time Al- berta provincial champion and a two-time national championship runner-up, in- cluding at the 2019 Cana- dian


National


Championships. She has a B.Sc. in toxicology and works as a professional barn manager and rider in Cal- gary, Alberta. Kelly Fitzsimmons is a


three-time national cham- pion, collecting her most re- cent title in May 2019, and the most experienced inter- national competitor on the team. She has earned a bronze medal at the world championships in the pen- tathlon sub-sport of triathle, a team bronze at the Pan American Championships in 2017 and has competed at numerous World Cups and world championships. Orig- inally


from Calgary,


Fitzsimmons now calls Toronto home and puts her B. Comm. degree to work as a product strategist. Claire Samulak hails


from tiny Fruitvale, B.C. but moved to Calgary to train in pentathlon. She credits her father with sparking her in- terest in the sport. A profes- sional equestrian groom, Samulak has three horses of her own and enjoys playing the guitar. Joel Riker-Fox was in-


troduced to modern pen- tathlon


through his


childhood membership in the Pony Club in Delacour, Alta. While Joel first turned his competitive interests to triathlon, he watched his older brother, Joshua, repre- sent Canada internationally in pentathlon for many years, including at the Bei- jing 2008 Olympic Games. Riker-Fox operates his own business as a sound and stage designer for events throughout Alberta. Garnett Stevens also


came through the Pony Club pipeline, competing on fam- ily horses in the Pony Club sport of tetrathlon. His fol- lowed his older sister, Mathea, into pentathlon and began his international ca- reer in 2015, qualifying for TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games, where he finished


13th. When not training, Garnett is pursuing his de- gree at the University of Ot- tawa.


Lima 2019, which will


run from July 26 to August 11, will bring together ap- proximately 6,700 athletes from 41 nations of the Americas and feature 62 disciplines in 39 sports. It will be the largest sporting event ever held in Peru.


About Modern Pen- tathlon: Modern Pentathlon, a


Core Olympic sport, is the only sport created specifi- cally for the Olympics. It was developed by the founder of the modern Olympics, Baron Pierre von Coubertin, as the ultimate skill-and-strength test of a soldier. The sport debuted at the


1912 Stockholm


Olympics and has featured in every subsequent edition of the Games. The women’s competition was added in 2000. This is still the most varied and demanding mul- tisport test in the Olympic family.


What does a Modern Pen- tathlete do? Modern pentathletes


compete in five sports: one- touch épée fencing, 200- metre freestyle swimming, equestrian show-jumping and a final combined laser pistol shooting and running event (referred to as Laser Run). The final Laser Run event is incredibly exciting. Athletes are seeded in order of their total points accumu- lated from the three previ- ous sports with the number of seconds each athlete starts after the highest ranked competitor deter- mined by their points differ- ence. Following a short burst run to the laser targets, the athlete must complete five shots on the target’s bullseye within 50 seconds. Next comes an 800-metre run. After three more Laser Run legs, the first athlete crossing the finish line wins. The relay events (men, women and mixed) include all five sports but are ad- justed for teams of two.


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