Coyle, Ballard and White keep rolling at Classic @ Palgrave CSI2* Phase 2

Daniel Coyle and Ariel Grange’s FARONA won their second Grand Prix in as many weeks after claiming top prize in the $35,500 FEI Grand Prix, presented by Case IH last week during the second phase of Classic @ Palgrave CSI2*. Daniel Coyle and Farona competing in the Case IH sponsored $35,500 FEI Grand Prix ( May 27). PC: Ben Radvanyi Photography The win adds to an impressive start to the 2018 season for the Irishman at Caledon Equestrian Park (CEP), after the pair won the $35,500 FEI Grand Prix, presented by Horseware the previous week during the Caledon National CSI2*. It was Coyle’s fourth big win in the first two weeks of FEI competition at Caledon Equestrian Park. Kelly and Jillian Nichol

Ireland’s Daniel Coyle Wins Two in a Row at Caledon Equestrian Park

Caledon, Ontario – For the second week in a row, Ireland’s Daniel Coyle and his mount, Farona, stood in the winner’s circle following the $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Case IH, on Sunday, May 27, at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. The pair had won the $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Horseware Ireland, one week earlier during the Caledon National tournament on Sunday, May 20. For the second week in a row, Ireland’s Daniel Coyle riding Ariel Grange’s Farona won the CSI2* $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Case IH, on Sunday, May 27, at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography Returning for the second week of back-to-back int

Coyle and Soleau-Millar win big to kick off 2018 season at Caledon Equestrian Park in style

Ireland’s Daniel Coyle racked up three big wins at the Caledon National CSI2* to kick off the 2018 season at Caledon Equestrian Park last week (May 16-20). Coyle capped off his impressive week winning the $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Horseware, on Sunday (May 20) while riding Farona, owned by Ariel Grange. Kelly Nicholls of Horsware and daughter Jillian Nicholls presenting Daniel Coyle and Farona with the awards for their win of the $35,500 FEI Grand Prix presented by Horseware. PC: Ben Radvanyi Photography The pair bested a started a field of 21, with nine going clear in the first round. Beth Underhill and Count Me In placed second in the class, with Erynn Ballard and EDISON P ro

Daniel Coyle Dominates CSI2* Grand Prix at Caledon Equestrian Park

Caledon, Ontario – Daniel Coyle of Ireland won the $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Horseware Ireland, during the CSI2* Caledon National tournament on Sunday, May 20, at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Ireland’s Daniel Coyle riding Farona for owner Ariel Grange topped a nine-horse jump-off to win the $35,500 CSI2* Grand Prix, presented by Horseware Ireland, on Sunday, May 20, at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. PC: Ben Radvanyi Photography Brazilian course designer Anderson Lima set a tight track that yielded a total of nine clear rounds after the time allowed was adjusted from 79 to 81 seconds. As the third rider back to challenge the shortened jump-off course,

The EQUUS Film Festival Gallops to Canada - Headwaters Horse Country

May 10, 2018 -- The EQUUS Film Festival gallops along with tour stops scheduled across the United States and an exclusive engagement in Canada. Founded in 2013, the annual Film Festival takes place in New York City in November. In 2017 the EQUUS Film Festival presented over 80 films and over 60 WINNIE Awards including Equestrian Art Film, Director, Documentary, Commercial, International, Music Video, People's Choice and Best of Festival. The next tour stop is Headwaters located in Ontario, Canada, July 20-22, 2018. Headwaters Tourism is proud to announce that the Headwaters region of Ontario will be the first and only Canadian stop of the highly acclaimed EQUUS Film Festival. For three days

**Official Status Update

Following in-depth discussions with our team and suppliers, we have regrettably decided to postpone the Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1 ~ May 9-13. Following the devastating fast-moving wind storm on Friday afternoon with record breaking winds, significant damage has occurred to our facility. We apologize for the inconvenience that this has caused. We feel this is the best decision to ensure safety for all and to provide time for the successful repairs to the park to the full functionality and standard that you are accustomed to. The Caledon Equestrian Park will reopen on Sunday, May 13th. We will keep you updated on any changes that may occur. We will review some feature classes that were a part

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