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36/ FEBRUARY 2020 THE RIDER


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2019 Endurance Year-End Award Recipients Announced


Ottawa, ON, Jan. 20, 2020 – The Equestrian Canada (EC) Endurance Commit- tee is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 Endurance


Year-End


Awards. These awards recognize individuals and equines that have put countless hours and tire- less effort towards the pur- suit of personal excellence in endurance, and the sport’s growth in Canada.


The 2019 recipients are as follows:


Hall of Fame Award Roxy Bell DVM – We- taskiwin, AB


Ron Janzen Memorial Award Brenda Miskimmin – Ver- non, BC


Best Condition Scores High Point Award Horse / Owner


Canadian Jaylene / Jaylene Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB


Junior Riders – Canadian Rides Paige Dombrosky – Redwater, AB Jayli Mayer – Kamloops, BC Charlotte Tremblay – Ottawa, ON


Junior Riders – Overall Rides Paige Dombrosky – Redwater, AB Jayli Mayer – Kamloops, BC Charlotte Trembley – Ottawa, ON


Senior Riders – Canadian Rides Angela Lavallee – Anola, MB Jaylene Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Christy Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Colleen DeVry – Bruderheim, AB Wendy Benns – Campbellcroft, ON Brenda Miskimmin – Vernon, BC Terrie Laporte – Delta, BC Catherine Nooyen – Osgoode, BC Debbie Powell – Princeton, BC Patrick St. Jean – Smiths Falls, ON


Senior Riders – Overall Rides


Yvette Vinton – Morriston, FL Angela Lavallee – Anola, MB Jaylene Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Christy Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Colleen DeVry – Bruderheim, AB Wendy Benns – Campbellcroft, ON Dessia Miller – Berwick, ON Emma Knapper – Cobourg, ON Brenda Miskimmin – Vernon, BC Terrie Laporte – Delta, BC


Top 10 Horses – Canadian Rides Horse / Owner


Canadian Jaylene / Jaylene Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Nightwinds Bey Infiniti / Colleen DeVry – Bruderheim, AB Paladin BF / Brenda Miskimmin – Vernon, BC HJ Magnum El Shah / Terri Laporte – Delta, BC FV Aur Dreamscape / Debbie Powell – Princeton, BC Cansas / Angela Lavallee – Anola, MB Out of the Flames CS / Catherine Nooyen – Osgoode, BC B Impulsive Spice It Up / Emma Knapper – Cobourg, ON Flirt with Fyre / Wendy Benns – Campbellcroft, ON Nightwinds Classic Whiskee / Colleen DeVry – Bruder- heim, AB


Top 10 Horses – Overall Rides Horse / Owner Canadian Jaylene / Jaylene Janzen – Spruce Grove, AB Ebonys Easter Lilly / Yvette Vinton – Morriston, FL Nightwinds Bey Infiniti / Colleen DeVry – Bruderheim, AB Amber Kiera / Dessia Miller – Berwick, ON HE Cometa / Dessia Miller – Berwick, ON B Impulsive Spice It Up / Emma Knapper – Cobourg, ON Paladin BF / Brenda Miskimmin – Vernon, BC HJ Magnum El Shah / Terrie LaPorte – Delta, BC FV Aur Dreamscape / Debbie Powell – Princeton, BC Cansas / Angela Lavallee – Anola, MB


TENACITY Awards Horse / Owner Cognac Amberfyre / Dessia Miller – Berwick, ON


About the Endurance Awards The EC Endurance Committee provides a variety of


awards programs for the endurance community in order to recognize outstanding athletes, owners, horses, volunteers and more. To learn more about available endurance award programs and view lists of past winners, visit www.eques- trian.ca/sport/endurance/awards.


Charles E. Fipke to be honored with the E.P. Taylor Award of Merit


Harvey Warner to be honored with the Special Sovereign Award at the 2019 Sovereign Awards Ceremony


The Jockey Club of Canada is


pleased to announce that Charles E. Fipke will be presented with the E. P. Taylor Award of Merit and Harvey Warner will be presented with the Spe- cial Sovereign Award in recognition of their outstanding commitment to the Thoroughbred Industry in Canada. Selected by the Jockey Club of


Canada’s Stewards, the E.P. Taylor Award of Merit honours those who


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have accomplished outstanding indi- vidual achievements and have made a significant contribution to the thor- oughbred industry in Canada. Charles E. Fipke has been involved in the Canadian Thoroughbred Industry for close to forty years. Among his ac- complishments he has bred and owned three Sovereign Award-winners in- cluding 2008 Champion Three-Year- Old Male and winner of the 2008 Queen’s Plate, Not Bourbon; 2010 Champion Older Female, Impossible Time; and 2003 Champion Male Turf Horse, Perfect Soul who went on to become a successful sire. Also, Mr. Fipke bred and owned a number of other successful racehorses including the winner of the 2011 Breeder’s Cup Filly and Mare Turf GI, Perfect Shirl. Selected by the Jockey Club of


Canada’s Stewards, the Special Sov- ereign Award recognizes significant contribution to the Canadian Thor- oughbred Industry. Harvey Warner has been actively involved in the thor- oughbred industry in Canada since 1971. Throughout this time he has served as the President of the Win- nipeg Horseman’s Club, spent time as a member of the Manitoba Horse Council Board and sat on the Board of the HBPA of Manitoba. In 1994 Mr. Warner was a driving force behind the formation of the Manitoba Jockey Club which assumed ownership and operations of Assiniboia Downs. Cur- rently, Mr. Warner is the President of the Manitoba Jockey Club and a Stew- ard for The Jockey Club of Canada. The Jockey Club of Canada is


proud to present the E.P. Taylor Award


of Merit and the Special Sovereign Award to these most deserving indi- viduals. The 45th Annual Sovereign Awards Ceremony,


honouring


Canada’s Champions, will take place at Universal Eventspace, in Vaughan Ontario, on Thursday, April 16, 2020. Tickets to the 45th Annual Sov-


ereign Awards Ceremony are $250 each, with tables of ten discounted to $2000. Early-Bird tickets are also available for a discounted price of $225 until March 15, 2020. Tickets can be purchased online at http://jock- eyclubcanada.com/product/sovereign- award-tickets-2/ or by contacting the Jockey Club of Canada office at 416- 675-7756


or


jockeyclubcanada@gmail.com. The Jockey Club of Canada was


founded in 1973 by E.P. Taylor to serve as the international representa- tive of the Canadian Thoroughbred in- dustry. The mission of The Jockey Club of Canada is to promote and maintain a high standard for Thor- oughbred racing and breeding in Canada at a level which is recognized internationally for the benefit of all those interested in the sport including the general public by operations and services such as, but not limited to: evaluating all Graded, Listed and Black-type races in Canada annually; conducting the annual Sovereign Awards for outstanding achievement in Thoroughbred racing and breeding in Canada; maintaining a field office in Canada for the Jockey Club of the United States and the Jockey Club Registry Service; and by representing Canada as a Member of the IFHA.


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