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AUGUST 2020 THE RIDER /3


Equitana USA’s 2020 Exhibition Canceled Due to COVID-19 Concerns


Christilot Boylen Continued from Page 1.


Rockylane, up the ranks to the CDI grand prix level. A breast cancer survivor, she even con-


tinued to compete throughout her treatment, winning the grand prix at Devon shortly after her second chemother- apy treatment. Boylen’s career has been equally impactful outside


her role of athlete. She is an EC certified High Perform- ance 1 Dressage Coach, author, founder of the Canadian Amateur Dressage Owners Association (CADORA) and more. In recognition of her numerous contributions to Canadian dressage, Boylen was recently awarded the 2019 EC Lifetime Achievement Award. Peters concluded, “Christilot has approached each


role in her dressage career with passion, commitment and unwavering determination. While we will miss her pres- ence in team competition, we wish her the best with future endeavours and look forward to the next group of talented athletes she develops for Canada’s future.”


Equestrian Canada News Release


Inaugural equestrian professional & enthusiast exhibition turns focus to 2021 Kentucky Horse Park debut


Norwalk, CT (August 4, 2020) — Due to increased concern over public safety resulting from the COVID-19 pan- demic, EQUITANA USA’s live three- day celebration of the horse is canceled for 2020. The world’s largest equestrian trade fair and expo was originally scheduled for Sept. 25-27, at the Ken- tucky Horse Park. The event and its ex- hibitors, fans and performers will look forward to the 2021 event, slated for Oct. 1-3, at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. “EQUITANA USA is a shared


place and time for all disciplines, breeds, ages and levels of the equine in- dustry,” said Meghan Margewicz, the event’s director. “But the safety of everyone associated with the event is al- ways our first priority. After many dis- cussions with the Kentucky Horse Park, exhibitors, presenters and attendees, we made a difficult, but necessary decision to cancel this year’s celebration and work to create an amazing reunion for everyone in 2021.” All EQUITANA USA 2020 ticket


holders will be refunded electronically. No further action by ticket holders is re- quired. EQUITANA USA invites eques-


trian professionals, enthusiasts, and everyone interested in learning more to follow its social channels and e-newslet- ters for updates on the live 2021 event, a virtual celebration kicking off this September, and a year-round celebration of our community through digital edu- cation, entertainment and conversation. Exhibitors interested in the 2021


event, virtual celebration, or year-round promotional opportunities can learn more at equitanausa.com or by contacting Kaitlyn Fritz at kfritz@reed- expo.com . About EQUITANA USA & Reed


Exhibitions: EQUITANA USA is a three-day celebration of the horse that invites equestrian professionals and en- thusiasts of all riding levels and ages, disciplines and breeds to gather for ed- ucation, entertainment, instruction and shopping. Reed Exhibitions, producer of EQUITANA USA is a leading global events business. It combines face-to- face with data and digital tools to help customers learn about markets, source products and complete transactions at over 500 events in almost 30 countries across 43 industry sectors, attracting more than 7 million participants. Reed Exhibitions is part of RELX, a global provider of information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries. www.reedexpo.com


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