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26/ FEBRUARY 2020 THE RIDER Para-Dressage Video Competition Series Official Results For Final Leg Of 2019


Ottawa, ON, Dec. 17, 2019 – Results for the final leg of the 2019 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, which began in February and ended in November, are now officially available. The sixth and final leg of the series featured fun and excitement,


focusing on para-dressage tests at the national level. Here are the of- ficial results, including a link to view each athlete’s submitted video for the final leg, which closed Nov. 15, 2019:


Judge – Catherine Farrell, EC Dressage and Para-Dressage Judge


National Level Para-Dressage Classes


Class #1 – Para-Equestrian Level 1 - Introduction to Dressage – Walk Only Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Eddo Hoekstra / Incognito / Hoekstra Dressage / ON / *67.692% 2nd / Mia Franschman / Buddy / WindReach Farm / ON / *67.692% 3rd / Kianna Parker / Timber / PARDS / AB / 60.000% 4th / Aviva Suboch / Sprinkles / WindReach Farm / ON / 58.462%


* When a tie occurs, the placing is determined by the cumulative re- sult from the start of the season.


Class #2 – Para-Equestrian Level 2 - Introduction to Dressage – Walk Only Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Michaela Stiegler / Bella de la Noche / T.H.R.I.L. / ON / 66.667% Class #3 – Para-Equestrian Level 3 - Introduction to Dressage –


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• In our opinion, setting up an in- dependent body whose role is to manage, protect (confidentiality) and share information at critical moments would be taken more seriously by government author- ities. Equestrian Canada’s Equine Identification Program currently has more benefits for horse own- ers participating in certain com- petitions, which, though of great interest to them, dilutes the mes- sage regarding the protection of the greater equine population’s health. - Cheval Quebec. • We believe in this program to the extent that it is being put in place first and foremost to protect the health of the national equine herd. We believe that the efforts and money of Canadian horse owners should not be used to im- plement a program that is not rec-


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Walk Only Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Beatrix Switzer / Mozart / WindReach / ON / 70.500%


Class #4 – Para-Equestrian Level 1 - Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Anna Graham / Abbey / WindReach / ON / 67.500% 2nd / Leila Corntassel / Oveta / Oak Meadows / BC / 63.438% 3rd / Hannah Ouellette / Chevy / Equilibrium Therapeutic Riding / SK / 60.313%


Class #5 – Para-Equestrian Level 2 - Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Stefanie Lee Milczarek / Brutus / Dressage des Roses / QC / 75.000% 2nd / Mitchell Daniels / Vinnie / WindReach / ON / 73.750% 3rd / Luanne Armstrong / Tahala / CDSCL / BC / 73.438% 4th / Evan Doleweerd / Ruby / WindReach / ON / 70.000% 5th / Gillian Phillips / Nikki / Willaway Farm / ON / 67.188% 6th / Geraldine Lewis / Alex / WindReach Farm / ON / 66.563% 7th / Kelsey Highsted / Oveta / Manestream Equestrian / BC / *65.938% 8th / Joel Taylor / Major / T.E.A.D. / ON / *65.938% 9th / Jessica Pitman / Duplicity / Seven Summits Equestrian Center / ON / 57.813%


* When a tie occurs, the placing is determined by the cumulative result from the start of the season.


Class #6 – Para-Equestrian Level 3 - Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Isabelle Simmonds / Island Queen / Manestream / BC / 73.750% 2nd / Hana Dachuk / Ace / PARDS / AB / 62.250% 3rd / Shannon Duross / Major / T.E.A.D. / ON / 60.250%


Class #9 – Para-Equestrian Level 1 - Introduction to Dressage - Walk/Trot/Canter Tests Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Justeen C Schneider / Cowboy / PARDS / AB / 65.000%


Class #10 – Para-Equestrian Level 2 - Introduction to Dressage - Walk/Trot/Canter Tests Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Jamie Copeland / Adhemar / Manestream / BC / 63.409%


Class #11 – Para-Equestrian Level 3 - Introduction to Dressage - Walk/Trot/Canter Tests Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Angela Oakley / Eurua / N/A / BC / 74.737% 2nd / Ann-Sophie Prevost / Flo / Écurie Jackman / QC / 66.842% 3rd / Olivia Brown / Willy / T.E.A.D. / ON / 66.842% 4th / Brooke Mehlenbacher / Cooper / T.E.A.D. / ON / 64.737%


Class #12 – FEI Team Test of Choice Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score 1st / Aly Keay / Zolman MV / Centre Line Equestrian / AB / 72.857%


Congratulations to all athletes who competed in the final leg of the 2019 Para- Dressage Video Competition Series!


ended in November. The series provides riders of all levels and abilities with the opportunity to compete in a progressive and structured environment. Participants are judged by EC certified para-dressage judges against similar riders across Canada, and are eligible to place and win great prizes. For more information on the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, visit www.equestrian.ca/sport/para-dres- sage/programs .


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About the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series The 2019 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series kicked off in February and


New Jump Cup Initiative


Introduced For 2020


cost of compliance, the EC Jumping Committee has earmarked $100,000 in Jump Canada levy funds towards the purchase of FEI-approved jump cups and breakaway track systems. Compe- tition organizers simply need to submit their re- ceipt(s) showing proof of purchase by October 1, 2020, to be reimbursed up to $3,000 CAD per competition venue. For more information or to submit receipts,


please email jumping@equestrian.ca. For a full list of FEI-approved safety cup and breakaway track


http://bit.ly/38CwW9p Courtesy of Equestrian Canada


system manufacturers,


tion Equestre Internationale (FEI) approved safety cups with breakaway track systems (metal or plastic) will be required on the back rails of oxers; middle and back rails of triple bars; and rails over water. This requirement is mandatory in all jumper competition rings and all jumper and hunter warm-up rings as of January 1, 2020. As of January 1, 2021, FEIapproved safety cups and breakaway track systems will also be required in all hunter competition rings at EC-sanctioned competitions. To assist competition organizers with the


are pleased to introduce a new initiative to sup- port EC-sanctioned hunter/jumper competitions at the bronze, silver, gold, and platinum levels in complying with the new rule requiring safety cups with breakaway track systems in all compe- tition and warm-up rings. At all EC-sanctioned competitions, Fédéra-


The members of the EC Jumping Committee


visit:


Demise Of The


World Equestrian Games


in 2018, the World Equestrian Games will not re- turn in 2022. While having all eight Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) disciplines show- cased in a single venue appealed to horse sport fans, the enormous cost and logistics involved in producing such a spectacle has proven to be too much to bear in recent editions. At its recent Gen- eral Assembly in Moscow, Russia, the FEI Board elected to divide the 2022 World Championships for its various disciplines between multiple ven- ues.


Championships for four disciplines – show jump- ing, dressage, para dressage, and vaulting – in Au- gust of 2022. Herning previously hosted the 2013 FEI European Championships for show jumping, dressage, and para dressage, and stages a qualify- ing leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ annu- ally. The FEI World Championships for eventing and driving will be hosted by Pratoni del Vivaro, Italy, in September of 2022. “When we opened the process for the FEI


Herning, Denmark, will host the FEI World Following an ill-fated edition in Tryon, NC,


World Cup™ Final for show jumping was awarded to Leipzig, Germany, while Omaha, NE, will host the Final for the second time in 2023. In 2024, the FEI World Cup™ Final will make its debut in the Middle East, hosted by Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


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World Championships 2022 to single and multi- discipline bids, our intention was to have events that were more manageable and sustainable at proven venues,” said FEI Secretary General Sab- rina Ibáñez. “By allocating these multi-discipline Championships to Herning and Pratoni del Vi- varo, we’re working with hosts that already have the necessary experience and required infrastruc- ture in place to organize world-class equestrian championships.” During the same meeting, the 2022 FEI


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