Rachel Schnurr has big week at Equestrian Festival in Palgrave!

Rachel Schnurr won two in a row last week during the Equestrian Festival at Caledon Equestrian Park, claiming top prize in both the $10,000 Modified Grand Prix Presented by Sprucewood Tack Shop and the $25,000 Grand Prix presented by Leon’s. Schnurr beat out a starting field of 10 on Sunday (July 30) in the $25,000 Grand Prix — Presented by Leon’s riding PRINCE GARBO. The pair won in exciting fashion with all five entries making the jump-off going double clear. Hilary Donaldson of Leon’s making the presentation of awards to Rachel Schnurr and Prince Garbo for their victory of the $25,000 Grand Prix Presented by Leon’s. Photo Credit: Ben Radvanyi Photography. Kim Farlinger and Stanley Stone l

Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 Defend Title in Aachen

Canada’s Eric Lamaze won the €100,000 Turkish Airlines Prize of Europe riding his 2016 Rio Olympic bronze medal mount, Fine Lady 5, owned by Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable, on July 19 in Aachen, Germany. Photo by Arnd Bronkhorst Photography Aachen, Germany – Canadian Olympic gold, silver and bronze medalist Eric Lamaze successfully defended his title with Fine Lady 5 to win the €100,000 Turkish Airlines Prize of Europe for the second year in a row on Wednesday, July 19, at CHIO Aachen, Germany. Lamaze and his 2016 Rio Olympic bronze medal partner, Fine Lady 5, were one of 20 combinations from the original 60-horse starting field to qualify for the jump-off. It was a star-studded jump

Hugh Graham and Knock Out 3E impress in $20,000 Grand Prix to close out first phase of Caledon Premi

The first phase of the Caledon Premier wrapped up Sunday in thrilling fashion with Hugh Graham and Knock Out 3E winning the $20,000 Grand Prix. Hugh Graham and Knock Out 3E negotiating the $20,000 Grand Prix. Photo credit: Mackenzie Clark for Ben Radvanyi Photography A starting field of 22 was whittled down to six in a thrilling jump-off that saw Graham and Knock Out 3E beat out Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger and Stanley Stone by less than a tenth of a second. Stanley Stone is owned by Sher-Al Farm. Farlinger would also place fifth in the class riding Sher-Al-owned Concello. “I saw what Kim did and thought to myself what I had to do to beat her. I figured out what I could do and it turned out w

Farlinger wins twice at Summer Classic while Caledon Equestrian Park celebrates Canada 150 in style

Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger and Sher-Al Farm’s Stanley Stone claimed both the Open Welcome and the Grand Prix during the Summer Classic at Caledon Equestrian Park between June 28 to July 2. Farlinger advanced to the jump-off with six others on Sunday (July 2) out of a starting field of 24 in the $25,000 Grand Prix – Presented by Vestrum Canada. Farlinger and Stanley Stone — a 12-year-old Warmblood Gelding — were slotted third in the second and the pair posted a time of 40.61 seconds. No one would come close before or after. Jacob Bell of Vestrum Canada presenting Kim Farlinger and her mount Stanley Stone the red rosette for their win of the $25,000 Grand Prix presented by Vestrum Canada Phot

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