Canada’s Eric Lamaze Claims Individual Bronze at 2016 Rio Olympics

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, claimed the individual bronze medal on the final day of show jumping competition held Friday, August 19, at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Riding Fine Lady 5, owned by Andy and Carlene Ziegler’s Artisan Farms and Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable, Lamaze jumped clear in both rounds of the Individual Final to join a six-horse jump-off for the individual medals. Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5, owned by Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable, claimed the individual bronze medal for Canada at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo by Arnd Bronkhorst Photography In the jump-off, Nick Skelton of Great Britain led

Canadian Show Jumping Team Takes Fourth Following Jump-Off for Bronze 2008 Olympic Champion Eric La

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – The Canadian Show Jumping Team finished fourth at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, following a jump-off for the bronze medal in the Team Final held Wednesday, August 17. Individually, 2008 Canadian Olympic Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, was the only rider to post a perfect score of zero in qualifying competition to top the leaderboard heading into the Individual Final on Friday, August 19. Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5, owned by Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable, jumped another clear round to put them at the top of the individual leaderboard and lead Canada to fourth in the Team Final at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo by Ar

2008 Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze Leads Canada into Team Final in Rio

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 2008 Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, anchored the Canadian Show Jumping Team with a clear round on Tuesday, August 16, to qualify Canada for Wednesday’s Team Final at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A total of 15 nations started the first round of team competition with the top eight advancing to Wednesday’s Team Final. Brazil, Germany, The Netherlands and the United States are all on a perfect score of zero, followed by France carrying one fault, Canada with four faults, and Sweden and Switzerland tied on eight faults heading into the second and final round of team competition. With only two rails separating the top eight countries, and

2008 Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze Anchors Canadian Team in Rio

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 2008 Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, anchored the Canadian Show Jumping Team with a clear round on the opening day of competition held Sunday, August 14, at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Lamaze jumped clear for Canada riding Fine Lady 5, a 13-year-old bay Hanoverian mare (Forsyth x Drosselklang II) owned by Andy and Carlene Ziegler of Artisan Farms in partnership with Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable. A total of 75 horse-rider combinations started the first round of competition with 24 producing clear efforts over the track set by Brazilian course designer Guilherme Jorge. “She gets scopey and careful off a good gallop, and that sets the to

Big wins by Millar, Fagerström, Pegg highlight two weeks of show jumping action at Caledon Equestria

PALGRAVE, Ontario — Caledon Equestrian Park wrapped up two weeks of thrilling competition and show jumping action during the Equestrian Festival and Summer Festival CSI2*. Nina Fagerström and her 11-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare, Flower, closed out the Summer Festival CSI2* last week (Aug. 2-7) by beating out a field of 30 in Saturday’s $50,000 FEI Jumper Classic. Nina Fagerström and her 11-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare, Flower competing for the victory in the $50,000 FEI Jumper Classic. Photo credit: Ben Radvanyi Photography Seven competitors would move onto the jump-off after a tough first round that saw many struggle with the 10 A-B-C triple combination. “It was a very good class I th

Nina Fagerström and Flower come out on top in $50,000 FEI Jumper Classic

PALGRAVE, Ontario — Nina Fagerström and her 11-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare, Flower, beat out a field of 30 in Saturday’s $50,000 FEI Jumper Classic at Caledon Equestrian Park to claim the week’s top prize during the Summer Festival CSI2*. Nina Fagerström accepting the red rosette in victory on her fourth placed horse Quel Cadans Z Photo credit Ben Radvanyi Photography Seven competitors would move onto the jump-off after a tough first round that saw many struggle with the 10 A-B-C triple combination. “It was a very good class I thought,” said Canadian course designer Michel Vaillancourt. “The results were quite perfect as far as the number of clears and everything else and also how the ho

Canada’s Eric Lamaze Ranked Top Ten in the World

Brussels, Belgium – Canadian show jumping athlete Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, is number ten in the world on the new rider rankings released Thursday, August 4, by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI). On the eve of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, the 2008 Olympic Champion has regained his place in the top ten with a total of 2,449 points. Having started the year in 39th position, Lamaze has steadily climbed up the world rankings following consistent performances across the globe. Germany’s Christian Ahlmann has moved into the top position with 3,204 points to push last month’s number one, Simon Delestre of France, into second with 3,140 points. Penelope Leprevost of France is numbe

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