All would agree that you could not have had better weather with the top equestrian sport presented this week at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event. Over 150 rider and horse combinations representing six nations rode in front of FEI officials from around the world at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park in the picturesque rolling hills of Bromont, Quebec.
Thanks to the United States Equestrian Team Foundation (USET), eight developing eventing athletes earned the opportunity to foster their team skills through the USEF/USET Foundation North American Team Challenge at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event, June 5-9.
The MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event saw another stellar day of top-level competition in the Eastern Townships of Quebec at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park.
It was a picture-perfect day of dressage at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park in the rolling hills of Bromont, Quebec.
Four sections got their chance in the dressage arena today at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event in Bromont, Quebec. The CCI2*-L U25, which was the first section to complete dressage, saw Michael Pendleton (USA) move into the lead on a score of 30.30 riding Boyd Martin and Stephen Blauner’s 7-year-old Irish Sport Horse, Carlsburg (Puissance x Flame and Passion).
The MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont Three-Day Event kicked off today with the first horse inspection at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park in the picturesque rolling hills of Bromont, Quebec.
The 2019 MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event begins this afternoon with the first horse inspection at 3:00 p.m. Over 150 horses and riders are entered in Canada’s top-level competition which takes place at the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Center in Quebec, Canada.
Selena O'Hanlon of Kingston, Ontario and John and Judy Rumble's Foxwood High win the day, finishing the Derek di Grazia designed CIC3* course on a final penalty score of 30.4. The pair added just 2.4 time penalties to their dressage score, putting them ahead of second-placed Lynn Symansky (USA) on Under Suspection, who finished up with a score of 32.0.
Some of the best horse and rider combinations from across North America made their was down the center line today at the Bromont CIC Three-Day Event and leaders for all six divisions going in to show jumping had excellent dressage tests, but one combination stood out from the rest.
One rail during the Bromont CCI3* show jumping made all the difference. Top riders know all too well how things can change, and Lynn Symansky's rail down with Under Suspection gave the win to Jenny Caras.