Jim Ifko and Un Diamant Des Forets win $50K Grand Prix, $35K Jumper Classic at second phase of Caled

Calgary's Jim Ifko and Eventyre Farms' Un Diamant Des Forets were firing all cylinders during the Celedon Premier 2 CSI2* at Caledon Equestrian Park between Aug. 8-12. The pair went back-to-back, claiming top prize in both Sunday's (Aug. 12) $50,000 CSI2* FEI Grand Prix of Caledon, presented by Pommies Cider Co., and Friday's (Aug. 10) $35,500 CSI2* FEI Palgrave Jumper Classic, presented by RAM Equestrian. Jim Ifko and Un Diamant Des Forets claimied top prize in both Sunday's (Aug. 12) $50,000 CSI2* FEI Grand Prix of Caledon, presented by Pommies Cider Co., and Friday's (Aug. 10) $35,500 CSI2* FEI Palgrave Jumper Classic, presented by RAM Equestrian. Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography. On Su

Jim Ifko Scores Back-to-Back CSI2* Victories at Caledon Equestrian Park

Caledon, Ontario – Jim Ifko of Calgary, AB, made his trip east count by winning both the $35,500 CSI2* Jumper Classic and the $50,000 CSI2* Grand Prix at the Caledon Premier 2 show jumping tournament held August 8 to 12 at Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Jim Ifko of Calgary, AB, and Un Diamant des Forets won both the $35,500 CSI2* Jumper Classic and the $50,000 CSI2* Grand Prix at the Caledon Premier 2 show jumping tournament held August 8 to 12 at Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography “I’m lucky to have a horse that likes to win even more than I do!” smiled Ifko following his second straight win in Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) sanction

Kim Farlinger and Stanley Stone ride to victory in $25,000 Summer Festival Grand Prix at Caledon Equ

Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger and Sher-Al Farm’s Stanley Stone rode to the red ribbon and top prize in the $25,000 Grand Prix at Caledon Equestrian Park’s annual Summer Festival (Aug. 1-5). Kim Farlinger pictured here aboard Stanley Stone for their win of the $25,000 Grand Prix. Photo Credit: Ben Radvanyi Photography. Farlinger and Stanley Stone, who are no strangers to the Grand Prix ring at Caledon Equestrian Park (CEP), bested a starting field of 19 competitors for the win. The victory on Saturday (Aug. 4) was the pair’s first Grand Prix triumph of the 2018 season at CEP, after lighting the ring on fire with three Grand Prix wins at the park in 2017. Farlinger and Stanley Stone negotiating

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