Amy Millar and Truman win 2019 Caledon Cup at Canadian Show Jumping Tournament

The 2019 Canadian Show Jumping Tournament is in the books, with Perth, Ontario’s Amy Millar and Truman claiming their first Caledon Cup championship last week at Caledon Equestrian Park (CEP). The pair clinched the victory in the three-phase contest with an impressive come-from-behind performance in the $40,000 Caledon Cup Phase 3, presented by Presented by Henry Equestrian Insurance (HEP), Aviva Insurance and Edge Mutual on Sunday (Sept. 22). Truman, a 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood owned by Irish Oaks & Millar Brooke Farm, were among six of 30 starting competitors to go clear in the first round and advance to the jump-off. Their time of 40.72 seconds was more than a second and a half faster t

Count Me In wins 2019 Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award at Caledon Equestrian Park

Sandy Lupton’s Count Me In took received a special honour during the Canadian Show Jumping Tournament after being named Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals 2019 Healthy Horse Award winner. Kath Long and Count Me in accepting the Omega Alpha Healthy Horse award at CEP. Photo by Graeme Frisque. The handsome 12-year-old Hanoverian Warmblood, who is a regular in the Grand Prix Ring at Caledon Equestrian Park (CEP), was an obvious choice for this year’s honour. While usually sharing the spotlight on course with Canadian rider Beth Underhill, this award highlights the great care groom Kath Long and the rest of Underhill’s barn staff take to keep him in top-notch competition form. “He’s been at Beth’s sinc

Amy Millar and Truman Claim First Caledon Cup Victory

Caledon, Ontario – Canadian Olympian Amy Millar of Perth, ON, claimed the $40,000 CSI2* Caledon Cup – Phase 3, presented by HEP, Aviva Insurance, and Edge Mutual Insurance, and topped the overall Caledon Cup standings on Sunday, September 22, at the CSI2* Canadian Show Jumping Tournament held at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Amy Millar and Truman on their way to victory in the $40,000 CSI2* Caledon Cup – Phase Three, presented by HEP, Aviva Insurance, and Edge Mutual Insurance, at the CSI2* Canadian Show Jumping Tournament in Caledon, ON. PC: Ben Radvanyi Photography Comprised of three phases held Thursday, Friday evening, and Sunday, Millar’s consistency with Truman put her at

Ireland’s Daniel Coyle Poised to Win First Caledon Cup

Caledon, Ontario – It was a case of history repeating itself as Ireland’s Daniel Coyle won the $36,500 CSI2* Caledon Cup - Phase 2, presented by HEP, Aviva Insurance, and Edge Mutual Insurance, for the second year in a row on Friday night, September 20, at the CSI2* Canadian Show Jumping Tournament held at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON. Ireland’s Daniel Coyle won the $36,500 CSI2* Caledon Cup – Phase Two, presented by HEP, Aviva Insurance, and Edge Mutual Insurance, riding CHS Krooze at the CSI2* Canadian Show Jumping Tournament in Caledon, ON. Photo by Ben Radvanyi Photography Riding CHS Krooze, Coyle topped a starting field of 25 entries, including seven jump-off contenders, f

Sam Walker and Carlie Fairty impress at Caledon Equestrian Park’s Autumn Classic

Teen prodigy Sam Walker closed out the 2019 Autumn Classic with his second Grand Prix win of season at Caledon Equestrian Park in the in the $25,000 Grand Prix -- presented by RAM Equestrian on Sunday, Sept. 15. Bob Northcott of Arthur Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ltd. present winning awards to Sam Walker and Carlitizek N. PC: Ben Radvanyi Photography Walker and Carlitizek N, owned by Castlefield Sport Horse Inc., posted the only clear round among six entries making the jump-off, posting a blistering time of 45.21 seconds for the win. The next closest time was 51.64 with four faults posted by runners-up Charlotte McLaughlin and Dublin. Ian Millar and Christiano were third. Walker has had an impressi

Ingrid Klimke Masterclass Schedule

We are pleased to announce and congratulate the following riders listed on the Ingrid Klimke Masterclass schedule. You have been selected to showcase your talents and partake in the event. Please click here for available tickets for purchase.

The Masterclass is a GO!

Dear Clinic Attendees, We are thrilled to announce that with the uptake in sales and increases in corporate sponsorship the Ingrid Klimke Master Class is a go! Our thanks also to Ingrid and her team for working with us to overcome the challenges. She is really looking forward to coming to Canada! We appreciate your patience as we worked hard to find a way for this wonderful opportunity to take place. Don’t be fooled, we have plenty of tickets available and hope you will join us to pack the house for an amazing weekend with one the world’s best equestrians! We need your support to ensure viability going forward. Our rider selection is just being finalized and we will be announcing the list to

Masterclass At Risk!

To the Equestrian Community, As you are aware, Equestrian Management Group (EMG) continues to be dedicated to the education, growth and support of the equestrian community in its entirety. This rings true across all equestrian disciplines of all levels. In recent years, EMG has broadened the nature of equestrian events that is offered to encompass teaching clinics with the highest level of athletes in their respective discipline. After much research and community feedback, our choice for 2019 was to invite European Championship Gold Medal winner Ingrid Klimke to conduct a Masterclass hosted at the Caledon Equestrian Park. Unfortunately, we are unable to commit to the extraordinary financia

Creating a Winning Mindset With High Performance Horses

*Guest Post-Written exclusively for caledonequestrianpark.com Winning an equine event is determined by what you do before you step inside the arena. Training both your horse and rider to come into a competition prepared requires smart preparation. So what do trainers do to produce competition winning horses for different events? Show jumping For show jumping, it’s important to always go into the arena with a plan. Each action should be deliberate and efficient. Multi-award winning Irish international show jumper David Simpson advises that the key to ensuring consistent results is to decide on a plan for the best round your horse can do, and execute it. This could mean that you don’t win ev

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