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DIGITAL EDITION Vol. 50, Issue No. 9 ISSN: 1209-3955


The New Normal


By Karen Dallimore. When the 2020 Can Am


Equine Expo announced that it was cancelling their event scheduled for early April, we knew that COVID- 19 must be serious. Since then our horse industry has been turned up- side-down. Broodmares have kept on foaling and many horses, as ath- letes, have kept on training, but lit- tle else is left of the normal we used to know. What does our industry look


like as we head into our third month of shut-down, as we start to emerge to a new normal?


Rodeo By Video For Ross Millar, the man at


the helm of the Millar Entertain- ment Group, this wasn’t the first time to be faced with a challenge. He’s slogged through mud and bliz- zards to keep the Can Am running


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(Photo: Anthony MacDonald jogs two-year old Blue Monk during a morning training session at the Tomiko Training Center in Camp- bellville, ON.)


Eric Lamaze and Hickstead to be Inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame


Calgary, Alberta – 2008 Beijing Olympic show jumping champions Eric Lamaze and Hickstead will be inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2020/21. The announcement was made in Calgary, AB, on May 27, 2020. Together, Lamaze and Hickstead wrote


show jumping history. Their crowning achievement was claiming the individual gold and team silver medals at the 2008 Bei- jing Olympics. Lamaze and Hickstead also earned an


individual bronze medal at the 2010 World Championships where Hickstead was awarded the title of “Best Horse.” They won team silver and individual bronze medals at the 2007 Pan American Games as well as several major grand prix show jumping titles including Calgary (2007 and 2011); Geneva (2008); Aachen (2010); La Baule (2011); and Rome (2011). “It is an honour for myself and Hick-


stead to be recognized for our achievements by Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame,” said Lamaze, 52. “I’m especially happy for Hick- stead. In our sport, it takes two athletes, one human and one equine, working together and in Hickstead I found a true partner. It’s won- derful that his accomplishments are being recognized for the great athletic feats that they were.


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2008 Beijing Olympic show jumping cham- pions Eric Lamaze and Hickstead will be in- ducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. Photo by ClixPhoto.com


Where Are They Now? See Page 14


See our


International News Section Starting on page 45


Equestrian Canada Return To Competition Guidelines for Sport Horses - See Page 25


INSIDE


Kicking Cowgirl Designs.........................................3 Ilderton Fair..........................................................3 Ontario to Improve Rural Broadband ..................4 Remembering.......................................................4 Way of Horses......................................................6 Sovereign Awards.................................................7 Susan Dahl Column .............................................8 Ram Rodeo News ...................................................9 Calgary Stampede ..............................................10 Hoofbeats Radio.................................................11 CRHRA News....................................................12 OCHA News......................................................13 OXC News.........................................................14 Where Are They Now?.......................................14 ORHA News ......................................................16 ORCHA News....................................................18 AQHA News ......................................................20 CQHA News......................................................20 OQHA News......................................................21 EOQHA News....................................................22 QROOI News.....................................................23 Return To Competition.......................................25 Horse Welfare.....................................................26 Sierra Acres........................................................26 Between The Ears ..............................................27 Lynn Palm ..........................................................28 OCTRA News....................................................28 Fiction: Lyra and Grayson..................................29 Horse Listening..................................................30 Lindsay Grice.....................................................32 Lauren Bode.......................................................32 Millar Brooke Farm South .................................33 Classifieds, Directory Ads ............................34-39 Real Estate..........................................................40 Rider Fitness ......................................................43


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