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Contains 81 items.
  • Jurjen's Webpage - http://www3.sympatico.ca/ursula/jurjen.htm
    • , I'm 26 and live in Toronto, Canada.
    • I ride basic level dressage.
    • She is registered Canadian Sport Horse, ISR, and of course, Oldenburg.
    • Trenton Dressage Festival Fallowfield Farm
    • Eastwood Dressage
    • Ontario Provincial Dressage Championships, Eastwood Equestrian Center London, Ontario
    • Canadian National Dressage Championships East.
    • - A special page to promote the Belgian dressage riders
    • Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association (Cadora)
    • The Dressage Clinic
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage11.htm
    • Dressage Media Releases
    • Dressage Team Hires National Coach
    • been named the National Coach of the Canadian Dressage Team.
    • to improve the overall development of Canadian dressage by consolidating the best of Canadian
    • dressage talent and implementing team-building.
    • with the athlete's personal coaches, both in Canada and abroad, and communicate with them
    • who are fairly new to it and felt that Canada had the potential to field international-calibre
    • of a National Coach, we believe that Canadian dressage will improve it's competitiveness in the
    • international arena," says Walter Shanly, Canadian Equestrian Team Chair - Dressage.
    • confident that, based on what he saw in July, Canada does have the ability to field solid teams.
    [Abstract]
  • Horses for Sale - dressage, hunter, jumper, ponies - Sport Horse Brokers - http://www.sporthorsebrokers.com
    • Horses for Sale - dressage, hunter, jumper, ponies - Sport Horse Brokers
    • Looking for your next A circuit hunter, talented dressage mount, event partner, or children's hunter pony?
    • well-bred Thoroughbred and Warmblood crosses from Canada with
    • Did you know that a horse priced at $20,000 Canadian will cost only $13,800 US? Why pay more at home
    • when you get get the same quality animal from Canada at a
    • imported youngsters from Europe, horses bred and raised in Canada are every bit as talented and athletic as you'll find
    [Abstract]
  • CET NEWS - http://www.cybertap.com/cidra/cet.htm
    • Canadian International Dressage Riders Association
    • Copyright © 2000 Canadian International Dressage Riders Association
    • Canada is back in the International limelight of Dressage!
    • overall in afield of 38 horse to bring great honour to Canada.
    • (*Note that Boylen is the only Canadian who has actually been showing these classes as they
    • are not yet offered in Canada.
    • (note the Americans were invited to send 3 horses, Canada 1)
    • 8 which secured 4th postiion for Canada! Our sincere applause goes out to Evi Strasser for
    • additional sponsors, Henry Equestrian Insurance and Air Canada Cargo.
    • Sharon Brooks Chair Dressage Management Committee.
    [Abstract]
  • 1996 Canadian Olympic Team - http://www.equisearch.com/atlanta/teams/atlanta_canada.html
    • 1996 Canadian Olympic Team
    • Canada names Olympic team
    • Stuart has represented Canada in three previous international championships.
    • In 1992 he became the first Canadian to ever winthe Rolex/Kentucky CCI***, andwas a member
    • Chelan and her horse first represented Canada at the 1994 World Equestrian Games.
    • Wastock represented Canada for the first time in 1979 and again for the 1990 World
    • Kentucky CCI***, finishing second in dressage.
    • Smith and Gordon Gibbons represented Canada at the 1994 World Equestrian Games and earlier this
    • originally from the United States and has represented both Canada and the United States ininternational competition.
    • They were selected to represent Canada at the 1995 Pan Americna Games but injury forced them
    [Abstract]
  • Kirkridge Equestrian Centre - http://www3.sympatico.ca/insectfree/
    • George,Ontario Canada, 40 minutes west of Toronto.
    • KEC is Elaine Ward-Turcotte's dressage stable.
    • trains horses and riders to International levels of dressage.
    • has the distinction of being the only competitive Dressage Arab at Prix St.
    • George in Canada in 1998.
    • Krisp, Elaine's 6 year old Purebred Arab will make his dressage debut at Medium levels in 1998.
    • : International level dressage trainer and teacher
    • KEC Dressage Lesson
    • program teaching riders on Advanced Dressage Horses
    [Abstract]
  • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/
    • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds,
    • Equestrian Connection Canada
    • Canada Finishes Fourth at World Breeding Championships
    • Canada`s Evi Strasser of Ste-Adele, QC, finished in fourth
    • World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
    • As a direct consequence of the Canadian Equestrian Federation's (CEF) ongoing restructuring
    [Abstract]
  • ~Shanandoah Arabians~Black Egyptian bred Arabian horses - http://www.shanandoah-arabians.com
    • 00 Canadian Funds
    • Excellent for dressage, reining, jumping, trail, or just a great pleasure
    • Vimy, Alberta, Canada
    [Abstract]
  • The Equestrian Times - Breaking News - http://www.horsenews.com/break/septoct97/cet3.htm
    • Canadian Chef d'Equipe for North American Dressage Championships
    • Canada, Ottawa, Ontario (September 5, 1997)
    • Willowdale, ON, will act as the chef d'equipe for the Canadian Dressage Team competing at the North American Dressage
    • Canada plans to send 12 athletes, making up three teams, to
    • "I look forward to representing the Canadian riders at the North American Dressage Championships,"
    • Diana currently works full-time with the Canadian Tire Corporation as a Retail Strategy Analyst.
    • sport acting as chef d'equipe for the North American Dressage Championships," says Walter Shanly, Chair of the Canadian
    • Equestrian Team - Dressage.
    • An accomplished dressage rider, Diana won two team gold medals at the North
    • Young Rider Championships and was short-listed to the Canadian Equestrian Team between 1985 and 1989.
    [Abstract]
  • Marbrook Stables International - Dutch Warmblood Horses for Sale / Horse Training, Boarding, Breeding and Coaching - http://www.execulink.com/~marbrook/
    • RR#1 Salford, Ontario, Canada, N0J 1W0
    • specialized in offering top quality imported dressage horses and jumpers for sale, as well as frozen
    • Warmbloods include international level jumpers and dressage horses such as Garant and Dunkaschon.
    • Phantom's youngsters excel both as elegant dressage horses and athletic jumpers.
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG - http://www.equestrian.ca/dreswegfinal.htm
    • Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG
    • Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games
    • Rome, Italy --- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy
    • 49%, Canada finished just ahead of New Zealand in the 18 team
    • unexpected," says Walter Shanly, Chair of the Canadian Dressage Team.
    • World Equestrian Games, held in 1994 in the Hague, NED, Canada finished in tenth position, just as they did at the
    • Individually, Winter, 28, was the highest-placed Canadian, finishing 47th with a score of 63.
    • None of the Canadian riders will be among the top 24 riders who advance
    • The dressage events take place from September 30 to October 4 at
    • Final Results - World Equestrian Games - Dressage
    [Abstract]
  • Mirrabook Farms Sport Horses Welcome Page/new - http://www.mirrabookfarms.com/
    • located in the beautiful Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada.
    • breeding stallions and exciting young prospects for dressage, combined training or jumper.
    [Abstract]
  • dressage canada dressage riders dressage shows dressage canada dressage canada dressage canada - http://equestrian-connection.com/Disciplines/dressage/dressage.html
    • dressage canada dressage riders dressage shows dressage canada
    • dressage canada dressage canada
    • Canada Finishes Fourth at World Breeding Championships
    • Dressage in
    • Canada`s Evi Strasser of Ste-Adele, QC, finished in fourth
    • place today at the World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
    • first round and fourth in the second, Strasser, Canada`s only representative, today finished fourth overall
    • ``I am very proud to represent Canada and show the world that we should not be forgotten,``
    • IntraMural Dressage Team Competition
    • Saturday, June 3, Palgrave Spring into Dressage Show, was the sight for the drawing of the Intra mural
    [Abstract]
  • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage""
    • Dressage Saddles
    • Dressage Tests
    • Equestrian Dressage Art
    • Find books on Canada
    • Canadian Vacation Auctions
    • ca/dressage10.
    • ca/dressage1.
    • ca/dressage16.
    • com/equijournal/canada72.
    [Abstract]
  • Shalom Farm Arabians Inc. - http://tor-pw1.netcom.ca/~wagschal/shalom.html
    • & Canadian National competition as well as several Regional Championships
    • Canadian Arabian Dressage Enthusiasts Club East
    [Abstract]
  • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny
    [Abstract]
  • Equine (Horse) News and Views: Dressage, Show Jumping, Combined Training, Endurance - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/newsnvws/news98/index.htm
    • Equine (Horse) News and Views: Dressage, Show Jumping, Combined Training, Endurance
    • Daring Dash Pays off for Canadian Duo
    • Deslauriers Wins Canadian League World Cup Final with Ease
    • Canada Captures Nations' Cup at Royal Horse Show
    • John Pearce Claims 1998 Jump Canada Series
    • Erynn Ballard Second Canadian to Capture Maclay National Championship
    • The Business of Horses Main Focus of 1999 Canadian Equestrian Federation Convention
    • Canadian Eventers Gear Up for Fall Circuit
    • Jump Canada Board Invites Feedback at Royal
    • Black Leads Canadian Eventers at World Equestrian Games
    [Abstract]
  • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties and Regions > Wellington > Cities > Eden Mills > Business and Shopping - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/Ontario...
    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties
    • My Yahoo! Canada
    • Y! Canada Finance
    • Y! Canada Greetings
    • Y! Canada Weather
    • Yahoo! Canada
    • - offering a uniquely Canadian perspective.
    • - offers lessons in dressage and jumping for beginners to advanced riders.
    [Abstract]
  • Google Search: " canadian or canada" dressage and - http://www.google.com/search?q=%22canadian%20or%20canada%22%20dressage%20and
    • Google Search: " canadian or canada" dressage and
    • " canadian or canada" dressage and
    • :Dentistry,pure,statistics,labour+canadian,tourism,
    • >canada
    [Abstract]
  • WebCrawler Kids & Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Equestrian Sports: Dressage - http://www.webcrawler.com/kids_and_family/pets_and_animals/horses/equestrian_spo...
    • Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Equestrian Sports: Dressage
    • : Dressage
    • Web Sites in the Dressage Directory
    • New England Dressage Association
    • United States Dressage Federation
    • Vicki Wall-Kelley Dressage Training
    • Dressage Under The Oaks
    • The United States Dressage Foundation
    • California Dressage Society
    • Australian Dressage
    [Abstract]
  • Google Web Directory - Sports > Equestrian > Eventing - http://directory.google.com/Top/Sports/Equestrian/Eventing/
    • homepage of the Canadian Equestrian Federation and Team.
    • equestrian classifieds canada - Equestrian Connection - Dressage, Eventing, Jumper.
    • Your Complete Equine Information Center for Canada
    • - the number one source of equine information for canada, dressage, hunter, jumper, eventing, western
    • Horse Trials Canada
    • The governing body for eventing in Canada.
    • Eventing In Canada
    • The source for eventing information in Canada.
    • Eventing Canada
    • athletic association for the sport of eventing in Canada
    [Abstract]
  • WebCrawler Kids & Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Care & Health: General Clubs - http://www.webcrawler.com/kids_and_family/pets_and_animals/horses/care_and_healt...
    • Canadian Pony Club
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Canada Business Plan - http://www.equestrian.ca/dcbpall.htm
    • Dressage Canada Business Plan
    • Dear Dressage Enthusiast:
    • Re: Dressage Canada Business Plan
    • with pleasure that we post this copy of the proposed Dressage Canada Business Plan.
    • produced a plan which we feel will benefit the entire dressage community from the amateur Basic level rider to the
    • Plan is a blueprint for the further development of dressage from the grassroots to the international team level.
    • We have endeavoured to ensure that each member of Dressage Canada will have a voice in the governance of dressage
    • This document is an attempt to propel dressage in Canada into the new Millennium with renewed enthusiasm
    • Dressage Canada Working Group
    • Read the Dressage Canada Business Plan On-line
    [Abstract]
  • Home - http://www.docon.com/~cadora/
    • not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of Dressage in Canada.
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation
    • 2000 Western Canadian Dressage Championships
    • foster and encourage interest and participation in dressage riding as a sport through ongoing rider qualification
    • provide competitions, matches, demonstrations involving dressage riding accessible to all regions of the country
    • To promote throughout Canada development of the sport consisten with the principles
    • of Dressage as formulated by the International governing body of
    [Abstract]
  • CMHA - Canadian Morgan Horse Association - http://www.osha.igs.net/~cmha/.index.htm
    • CMHA - Canadian Morgan Horse Association
    • CANADIAN MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION, Inc.
    • non-profit organization dedicated to the Morgan Horse in Canada.
    • cattle, enduring a 100 mile ride, prancing around the dressage ring, jumping an oxer, dashing through the snow in
    • by the CMHA office in beautiful Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Canada Business Plan - http://www.equestrian.ca/dcbp1.htm
    • Dressage Canada Business Plan
    • On January 23, 1999, a Dressage Summit was held in Ottawa.
    • The purpose of the Dressage Summit, which was sponsored by the Canadian Dressage
    • Owners and Riders Association (CADORA) and the Canadian Equestrian Federation (CEF), was to provide a forum
    • in which all members of the dressage community could discuss the future of dressage in Canada.
    • participants, who represented a good cross-section of the dressage community, reached the following consensus:
    • Dressage should function under the CEF umbrella.
    • proposed structure of a new entity which could govern dressage.
    • The committee, known as the Dressage Canada Working Group, worked on realizing the consensus
    • effort is a business plan for a new organization called Dressage Canada.
    [Abstract]
  • WebCrawler Kids & Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Horse Racing: Stables - http://www.webcrawler.com/kids_and_family/pets_and_animals/horses/horse_racing/s...
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage in Canada - http://www.igs.net/~vkirkwoodhp/cadora.htm
    • Dressage in Canada
    • Canadian Dressage Owners & Riders Association Incorporated
    • among horsemen/women and the general public in basic dressage as needed by hunters, jumpers and 3-day eventers as
    • those interested in the higher levels of specialized dressage riding and showing.
    • Canada L0A 1G0
    • What is Dressage?
    • Dressage Competition Arenas
    • Dressage in the Ottawa Area
    • listed by the Ottawa Area Dressage Group
    • The Amazing New Dressage Test
    [Abstract]
  • Bull's Canadian Sites on the Web - http://www.cbull.com/canadian.htm
    • Bull's Canadian Sites on the Web
    • history, wildlife, bugs, fun, games, math, homework help,Canadian, Canadian sites on the web, Canadian sites, Canada,
    • Edward Island, Charlottetown, Cape Breton Island, canadian parks, canada, ontario, toronto, coast guard, canadian
    • navy, canadian museums, canadian art galleries, canada post, canadian
    • government, parks, canadian education, links, canadian links, canadian libraries,
    • canadian women, canadian air force, canadian army, canadian
    • armed forces, canadian navy, Toronto City Guide, canadian provinces, canadian
    • entertainment, canadian travel, recreational sites, sports sites, canadian
    • sports, canadian clubs, canadian resources, canadian organizations,
    • canadian agencies, canadian services geography, history, school
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Dressage Team Announces Resignation of National Coach - http://www.junior-riders.com/news/america/canada/uwesauer.html
    • Canadian Dressage Team Announces Resignation of National Coach
    • Canadian Dressage News:
    • Canadian Equestrian federation
    • Ontario --- It is with great disappointment that the Canadian Dressage
    • time commitments, as he felt that his short trips to Canada did not allow him to completely fulfill his responsibility
    • of developing and preparing the talents of our Canadian horses and riders.
    • level of expertise and was an invaluable asset to the Canadian Dressage Team, leading them to both individual and
    • team bronze medals at the 1997 North American Dressage Championships in Maryland.
    • is a great loss not only for the Team but for the dressage community as a whole.
    • Pictured: Penny Rockx - Zavitz on Winsome for Canada.
    [Abstract]
  • DRESSAGE CANADA RENEWAL - http://www.cybertap.com/dcib/dressage_canada_renewal.htm
    • DRESSAGE CANADA RENEWAL
    • 1999 in Montreal, approximately 25 representatives of Canada' s dressage community came together and with the
    • and a general plan and timeline to establish " Dressage Canada" as a single entity within the proposed
    • new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian Federation (CEF).
    • agreement and the general plan for creating the new entity, Dressage Canada.
    • in the administration and promotion of the sport of dressage in Canada:
    • CADORA - Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association
    • CIDRA - Canadian International Dressage Riders Association
    • NDC - National Dressage Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation
    • DMC/CET - Dressage Management Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Team
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Eventing News - http://www.darwood.ca/news/
    • Canadian Eventing News
    • Dressage At Rolex
    • Canadian Eventing Team Announces 2000 Talent Squad
    • Canada Day Combined Test
    • Canadian Three Day Event Team
    • - ‘SOWETO’, longtime partner of Canadian Eventer Chelan Kozak
    • the website to find out how you can write for Canadian Eventing News in 2000.
    [Abstract]
  • ARABIANSites Classifieds: TA MORAFFLES+ - Canadian National Champion Dressage Arabian Gelding for Sale Horse Canada - http://arabiansites.com/dressage/moraffles.htm
    • ARABIANSites Classifieds: TA MORAFFLES+ - Canadian National Champion Dressage Arabian Gelding for Sale
    • Horse Canada
    • Canadian National Reserve Champion, First Level
    • Canadian Nationals, Top 10, Medium I
    • Region 17 Second Level Dressage - 1st Place
    • Canadian National Champion
    • Dressage Basic 3
    • Region 17, Top 5 Dressage
    • Western Canadian Breeders
    • 1978 Canadian National Champion Stock Horse
    [Abstract]
  • Canada's Gina Smith Makes World Cup Dressage Final Debut - http://www.equijournal.com/equestrian/canada271.shtml
    • Canada's Gina Smith Makes World Cup Dressage Final Debut
    • News from the Canadian Equestrian Team
    • position overall yesterday in the annual World Cup Dressage Final, held March 23-26 in ‘s-Hertongenbosch, NED.
    • Competing against the top dressage riders in the world, Smith earned a percentage of
    • her 42nd birthday, by winning the 1999 Swarovski Canadian League Dressage Final at last November's Royal Agricultural
    • 2000 World Cup Dressage Final - Final Standings
    [Abstract]
  • Horses in Canada: Canadian Horse Page - http://www.horsescanada.com/canadian.html
    • Horses in Canada: Canadian Horse Page
    • Canadian Horse Breed Description
    • Most commonly black, but some Canadian Horses are bay to light chestnut.
    • The Canadian Horse is generally very docile and easy to handle.
    • Canadian Horse History
    • The Canadian Horse (le cheval Canadien) is truly a national treasure.
    • They were the first domestic horses in what is now Canada.
    • The Canadian was dubbed the "Little Iron Horse" and it is still
    • the sturdiest breed in Canada.
    • Because the Canadian Horses were so useful to Quebec area farmers in the
    [Abstract]
  • EquiSearch: Online - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1999news/nf_cet5.28.html
    • Renowned Dressage Coach, Conrad Schumacher, Comes to Canada
    • May 28, 1999 -- Ottawa, Ontario --- The Canadian Equestrian Federation is pleased to announce
    • that the 1999 National Dressage Committee Annual Coaches and Athlete Development
    • The seminars will cover all levels of dressage from basic to grand prix and will feature
    • Schumacher's systematic training of the dressage horse and rider.
    • spectators are available from Cara Whitham, Director Dressage, Canadian Equestrian Federation, tel: (613)
    • cheques should be payable to the National Dressage Committee.
    [Abstract]
  • Equestrian Sport in Canada - http://www.equestrian.ca/cefmain.htm
    • Equestrian Sport in Canada
    • Dressage Canada Business Plan
    • Dressage Canada Link
    • Dressage Coaching Certification
    • of Montreal MasterCard(R) card that supports the Canadian Equestrian Federation today and show your support for
    • Proposal to create Event Canada
    • Jump Canada Calendar
    • Jump Canada Board
    • 2000 Jump Canada Series
    • ca (C) 2000 Canadian Equestrian Federation
    [Abstract]
  • Plans Progress for Dressage Canada - http://www.horse.on.ca/Whats_new/Press_Releases/Press/plans.htm
    • Plans Progress for Dressage Canada
    • > > Ottawa, Ontario --- Members of Canada's dressage community came
    • > > 'Dressage Canada' as a single entity for the sport of dressage
    • > > the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian
    • > > principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within
    • > > It was agreed that Dressage Canada will be governed by a board of five
    • > > dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada.
    • > > Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees - competitions,
    • administration and promotional duties within the sport of dressage - the
    • > > Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association (CADORA), the
    [Abstract]
  • Melanie's Equestrian Page - http://mjc.iwarp.com/horse.htm
    • website! This site originates in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada!
    • email list to chat about horses? This is a list for Canadian equestrians (although of course anyone is welcome!),
    • Subscribe to Canadian Equestrians
    • - Home of the Canadian Horse and On-Line Catalogue
    • Canadian Horse Exchange
    • - Ontario, Canada
    • Canadian Information:
    • Canadian Equestrian Team
    • Canadian Equestrian News
    • United States Dressage Federation
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Pony Club Ontario Pony Clubs Tournament of Champions Invitational PPG Results - http://www.ebtech.net/ponyclub/cor/OPCTOC98InvitationalPPGResults.html
    • Canadian Pony Club Ontario Pony Clubs Tournament of Champions
    • The Canadian Pony Club
    • Eastern Canadian Show Jumping Championship
    • Eastern Canadian PPG Championship
    • Invitational Dressage Competition
    • COR Dressage Finals
    • COR Dressage
    • Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
    [Abstract]
  • Canada' s Top Dressage Riders Set to do Battle in the Swarovski Canadian - http://www.horse.on.ca/Whats_new/Press_Releases/Press/swarovski.htm
    • Canada' s Top Dressage Riders Set to do Battle in the
    • Swarovski Canadian
    • Toronto, Ontario --- The nation' s top dressage riders are ready to
    • battle for top spot in the Swarovski Canadian League Dressage World Cup
    • Canada at the World Cup Final next March.
    • Double bronze medallist at the 1997 North American Dressage
    • 1988 Olympic bronze medallist Smith leads in the Canadian League
    • eastern division of the 1999 Canadian National Dressage Championships in
    • 11 by winning the Swarovski Canadian League Final.
    • dressage where most horses are imported from Europe, Maxwell
    [Abstract]
  • canadian news - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/nf_canad5.2.html
    • canadian news
    • Canada Finishes Seventh in World Cup Finals in s'Hertogenbosch,
    • Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release
    • Canada's Penny Rockx-Zavitz of Dunnville, ON, finished seventh
    • today in the Volvo Dressage World Cup Final in s'Hertogenbosch, NED, aboard Winsome.
    • Competing against the top 14 dressage riders in the world, Rockx-Zavitz was in eighth position
    • says an excited Rockx-Zavitz, who also represented Canada at the 1994 Volvo World Cup Final where she and Winsome
    • at the Volvo World Cup Final is spectacular," says Canadian dressage chef d'equipe Elizabeth Robinson.
    • For the first time ever, Canada qualified two dressage competitors for the Volvo World
    • European League, a feat never before accomplished by a Canadian.
    [Abstract]
  • Sport horses Dressage horses for sale Jumpers for sale Queens University Students - http://www.limestonestables.com/links/links.html
    • Sport horses Dressage horses for sale Jumpers for sale Queens University
    • Canadian Sport Horse Association
    • Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Assocation
    • ~ Canadian Dressage Riders And Owners Association
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation
    • ~ Canada's Premiere Online Equestrian Magazine
    • United States Dressage Federation
    [Abstract]
  • Show and Event Results - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1998results/res_wegdrselfin.html
    • Canada Names Dressage Team for World Equestrian Games
    • Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, have been named to the Canadian Dressage Team headed to the World Equestrian Games
    • following the completion of four Selection Trials, two in Canada and two in Germany.
    • Riders competed in two Trials, either in Canada or Germany, with their two scores being added together
    • partnership won both individual and team bronze medals for Canada at the 1997 North American Dressage Championships in
    • MacLachlan, 38, won the first two Selection Trials held on Canadian soil on July 29 and August 2 aboard John Watson's 13
    • Victoria Winter, 28, was second overall in the Canadian Selection Trials, held at York Equestrian Centre near Newmarket,
    • Selection Trials, including a win at Toronto's Sunnybrook Dressage Classic in June.
    • both MacLachlan and Winter were members of the bronze medal Canadian Team at the 1995 Pan American Games and joined Meichowsky
    • to capture the team bronze medal at the North American Dressage Championships.
    [Abstract]
  • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada - http://www.outrageouscreations.com/equestrian/
    • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds,
    • Equestrian Connection Canada
    • Canada Finishes Fourth at World Breeding Championships
    • Canada`s Evi Strasser of Ste-Adele, QC, finished in fourth
    • World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
    • As a direct consequence of the Canadian Equestrian Federation's (CEF) ongoing restructuring
    [Abstract]
  • Links2Go: Canadian Equestrian Federation - Fédération Equestre Canadienne - http://www.links2go.com/more/www.equestrian.ca
    • Links2Go: Canadian Equestrian Federation - Fédération Equestre Canadienne
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation - Fédération
    • California Dressage Society
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation -.
    • Canadian Pony Club Home Page
    • Morgan Dressage Association Prom.
    • United States Dressage Federatio.
    • Canadian Sports
    • Canadian 5 Pin Bowlers Association
    • Canadian Curling Association Can.
    [Abstract]
  • EquiSearch: Online - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1999results/cet_drtr6.27.html
    • eastern set of Pan Am Selection Trials for the Canadian Dressage Team.
    • the western Pan Am Team candidates at the Amherst Dressage Show from July 2-4.
    • Dressage events at the Pan Am Games take place from July 26-29
    • Final Standings - Canadian Dressage Team Selection Trials
    [Abstract]
  • Klassic Kur -- related links - http://www.klassickur.com/related.html
    • DRESSAGE ORGANIZATIONS
    • United States Dressage Federation
    • -- Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association
    • Australian Dressage
    • Southwest Virginia Dressage Association
    • Midwest Dressage Association
    • California Dressage Society
    • Heart Mountain Dressage Club
    • Georgia Dressage & Combined Training Association
    • London Dressage Association
    [Abstract]
  • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Extensions - Dressage Sites on the Web - http://www.dressage-ext.com/links.htm
    • Dressage Extensions - Dressage Sites on the Web
    • United States Dressage Federation
    • California Dressage Society
    • Central Florida Dressage
    • Georgia Dressage & Combined Training Association
    • Grand Valley Dressage Society
    • Midwest Dressage Association
    • New England Dressage Association
    • Potomac Valley Dressage Association
    • Southwest Virginia Dressage Association
    [Abstract]
  • The V. Kirkwood Home Page (Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy) - http://www.igs.net/~vkirkwoodhp/
    • Kirkwood Home Page (Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy)
    • The Official OADG Walk/Trot Dressage test 2000 for Horses
    • The Official OADG Walk/Trot Dressage test 2000 for Riders
    • The OADG Walk/Trot Dressage test 1993
    • OADG Ottawa Area Dressage Festival, June 24-25, 2000.
    • Dressage - General
    • Dressage and Dressage-Related Associations
    • Dressage Training Tips
    • What is Dressage?
    • Dressage in Canada
    [Abstract]
  • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > British Columbia > Counties and Regions > Greater Vancouver > Cities > Langley City > Business and Shopping > Shopping and Services > Animals - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/British...
    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > British Columbia
    • My Yahoo! Canada
    • Y! Canada Finance
    • Y! Canada Greetings
    • Y! Canada Weather
    • Yahoo! Canada
    • - offering a uniquely Canadian perspective.
    • - breeding and training facility offers horses for dressage, jumping, and eventing.
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Canada - http://users2.cgiforme.com/hcbc2/messages/73.html
    • Dressage Canada
    • (May 15, 2000) A draft of the new structure of Dressage
    • Canada (DC) was presented to the Canadian Equestrian Federation
    • experienced and long-time CEF Board member has offered Dressage Canada
    • encouraged by the offer of help for the small Dressage Canada Board.
    • Dressage Canada has several Board meetings planned for the upcoming
    • Updates will continue to be posted on the Dressage Canada
    • (May 15, 2000) A draft of the new structure of Dressage > Canada (DC) was presented to the Canadian Equestrian
    • experienced and long-time CEF Board member has offered Dressage Canada > his assistance with financial planning.
    • clearly > encouraged by the offer of help for the small Dressage Canada Board.
    [Abstract]
  • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny
    [Abstract]
  • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties and Regions > Brant-on-the-Grand > Cities > Saint George > Business and Shopping - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/Ontario...
    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties
    • My Yahoo! Canada
    • Y! Canada Finance
    • Y! Canada Greetings
    • Y! Canada Weather
    • Yahoo! Canada
    • - offering a uniquely Canadian perspective.
    • - Elaine Ward-Turcotte, an international level dressage rider and trainer offers classical dressage lessons
    [Abstract]
  • Equine News and Views: December - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/newsnvws/news99/decnews.html
    • Canadian riders have won the World Cup on three occasions,
    • the potential to become future members of the Canadian Equestrian Team.
    • twelve qualifying classes offered throughout Canada during the 1999 season.
    • The Jump Canada Board is a committee of the Canadian Equestrian
    • responsible for all aspects of show jumping in Canada from the grass roots to the international level.
    • Beth Underhill Claims Jump Canada Series
    • Schomberg, Ontario, has captured the 1999 Jump Canada Series.
    • Canada' s top female rider for the past decade, it
    • closed out the century at the top of the Jump Canada Series standings.
    • 1 points, Underhill won the Jump Canada Series by a margin of almost 100 points.
    [Abstract]
  • Horses-Links sorted by country-C-G - http://users.erols.com/cohenjosh/070901hors-geo-C-G.html
    • Canada:
    • American Saddlebred Horse Association of Canada
    • Appaloosa Horse Club of Canada
    • Arabian Horse Association of Eastern Canada
    • Azteca Horse Association of Canada
    • Act to provide for the recognition of the Canadian Horse as the national horse of Canada
    • Canadian Olympic Qualifier and National Champion, Dressage --
    • Dressage, Eventing and Hunter Jumper
    • Equine Canada
    • Eventing Canada
    [Abstract]
  • Direct Hit Web Search: Canadian Or Canada And dressage - http://www.directhit.com/fcgi-bin/DirectHitWeb.fcg?service=web&type=srch&fmt=htm...
    • Direct Hit Web Search: Canadian Or Canada And dressage
    • All Web Sites for " Canadian Or Canada And dressage"
    • Canadian Warmblood Licensed and Approved Stallion: Lynx
    • Dressage Champion with a kind, willing attitude that he passes
    • La Canada Valley Sun News
    • Keeler Dilbeck agent Dee Thiesmeyer, co-founder of Dressage Under the Oaks, a riding event that took place in
    • Canadian Pony Club Home Page
    • A site for the Canadian Pony Club, an organization for young people up to 21
    • Canadian Sport Horse Association Newsletter
    • canadian-sport-horse.
    [Abstract]
  • Alberta Equine ...On-Line: Clubs, Associations, and Societies' News Page - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/associat.html
    • Success For Canadian Student Riding
    • Dressage Summit Success -
    • >Dressage Canada News Bulletin No.
    • We ran three shows - Hunter Jumper July 4-5, Dressage July 11 & Horse Trials July 12 - all held at Gallaway
    • Ridge Training Centre in Hampton, New Brunswick (NB), Canada.
    • Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Shelly Wells (a well loved
    • local dressage rider who passed away last year, at the age of 20);
    • he year 1998 was a great one for the Canadian Universities Riding Clubs Association (CURCA).
    • membership almost 10-fold and successfully send a Canadian team to Nation's Cups in Ireland, The Netherlands
    • For the dressage phase in Holland, we had the pleasure to ride Friesians
    [Abstract]
  • Subject Browse: SPORTS & RECREATION / Horse Racing - http://www.publist.com/indexes/SPO021000_01.html
    • Alberta Thoroughbred (Canada)
    • Atlantic Horse & Pony (Canada)
    • Atlantic Post Calls (Canada)
    • Canadian Arabian News (Canada)
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation.
    • Bulletin (Canada)
    • Canadian Equine (Canada)
    • Canadian Hackney Stud Book (Canada)
    • Canadian Horse Annual (Canada)
    • Canadian Horseman (Canada)
    [Abstract]
  • Total Guide to Canada - Canadian Homepages - H - http://mickster.got.net/canadian/home/h.htm
    • Total Guide to Canada - Canadian Homepages - H
    • - includes links to Canadian/regional webpages relating to fishing and equipment.
    • - Dan's world from Vancouver, Canada.
    • of mamatics at Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada.
    • Herold, a 24 year old single guy hangin out in Toronto, Canada.
    • Very Canadian, and very cool! Updated frequently.
    • - contains information and links about dressage, Dutch Warmbloods, and Rhodesian Ridgebacks.
    • quest for hedonism and fight for cultural identity in Canadian outback.
    • Go back to Total Canada Pages
    [Abstract]
  • Equestrian Center For Sale - http://www.explor-net.com/stable/home.htm
    • Only 30 min from Montreal Quebec, Canada
    • Located in Quebec, Canada in a beautiful region surronded by pine trees and
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage10.htm
    • Dressage Media Releases
    • Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships
    • Ottawa, Ontario --- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor
    • of the grand prix and CDI-W divisions of the Canadian National Dressage Championships (east)
    • Swarovski Canada Limited was founded in 1977 and is responsible for
    • to over 500 retail stores throughout Canada.
    • found a perfect match with the sport of dressage," says Swarovski Canada President Peter White.
    • For the Canadian National Dressage Championships, Swarovski Canada
    • " With Swarovski and dressage sharing such similar goals, we are pleased
    • alike," says Cara Whitham, Chair of the Canadian National Dressage Championships, eastern
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage News - http://www.cadvision.com/caada/dnews.htm
    • Dressage News
    • Alberta Dressage Association
    • Canadian Stallion Performance Test Scheduled
    • Plans Progress for Dressage Canada
    • The Canadian International Dressage Riders' Association is proud
    • This program is designed to assist Canadian FEI riders in accessing development, training and
    • represented Canada at the Olympics, World Equestrian Games or World Cup
    • if funds are available, a grant will be given to Canada's representative to the World Cup Final each year.
    • $2,500 each, will be awarded to the rider representing Canada at the 2001 World Cup and to a rider at the Young Rider level.
    • CIDRA is the Canadian branch of the International Dressage Riders Association.
    [Abstract]
  • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage""
    • Dressage Saddles
    • Dressage Tests
    • Equestrian Dressage Art
    • Find books on Canada
    • Canadian Vacation Auctions
    • ca/dressage10.
    • ca/dressage1.
    • ca/dressage16.
    • com/equijournal/canada72.
    [Abstract]
  • National - http://www.atlanticrider.com/national10.htm
    • Plans Progress for Dressage Canada
    • Members of Canada's dressage community came
    • 'Dressage Canada' as a single entity for the sport of dressage
    • the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian
    • principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within
    • It was agreed that Dressage Canada will be governed by a board of five
    • dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada.
    • Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees - competitions,
    • administration and promotional duties within the sport of dressage - the
    • Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association (CADORA), the
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Pony Club Home Page - http://www.ebtech.net/ponyclub/
    • Canadian Pony Club Home Page
    • CANADIAN PONY CLUB WEBSITE
    • The Canadian Pony Club is an organization run by volunteers for
    • members in about 160 Branches from coast to coast in Canada.
    • The Canadian Pony Club
    • We have over 250 pages of information about the Canadian Pony Club, Regions, and Branches as well as links to
    • === More about the Canadian Pony Club ===
    • Regions of the Canadian Pony Club
    • Dressage
    • As a result, the Western Canadian Dressage Championships and Western Canadian Show Jumping
    [Abstract]
  • Google Web Directory - Sports > Equestrian > Associations > Canada - http://directory.google.com/Top/Sports/Equestrian/Associations/Canada/
    • Directory - Sports > Equestrian > Associations > Canada
    • Search only in Canada
    • > Canada
    • Canadian Equestrian Federation
    • the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) and the Canadian Olympic Association as the governing body for equestrian
    • sport in Canada.
    • Standardbred Canada
    • standardbredcanada.
    • record keeping body for the Standardbred Industry in Canada.
    • Canadian Pony Club
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies - http://www.equestrian.ca/biodvorak.htm
    • Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies
    • the age of 14, Tom turned his interest strictly to dressage.
    • In 1982, Tom' s family moved to Canada.
    • In 1990, Tom was named to the Canadian Equestrian Team.
    • From 1992 to 1994, Tom competed for Canada with Asanti, owned by Joan Farlinger and, although
    • he won the Canadian League Volvo World Cup Final, he was unable to compete
    • Tom is now riding Clearly Canadian at the grand prix level, a talented horse who was purchased
    • Tom's dreams finally came true when he and Clearly Canadian represented Canada at the 1998 Volvo World Cup Final
    • Clearly Canadian
    • Selection Trial #2, York Equestrian Centre, ON Clearly Canadian
    [Abstract]
  • MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies - http://search.metacrawler.com/crawler?refer=mc-morelike&general=Canadian%20Eques...
    • MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies
    • Results for " Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies"
    • edu/~yuwonor/dressage (
    • Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies
    • "Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies"
    [Abstract]
  • Canadian Sport Horse Association - http://www.canadian-sport-horse.org/
    • Canadian Sport Horse Association
    • CANADIAN SPORT HORSE ASSOCIATION
    • membership of between 800 and 1000 breeders and owners of Canadian Sport Horses.
    • Formed in 1926, the Canadian Sport Horse Association is the oldest sport horse registry
    • in Canada.
    • has since become a recognized "Evolving Breed" under Canada's Animal Pedigree Act.
    • throughout the world may be considered eligible by the Canadian Sport Horse Association, and some may be included in
    • Mare Inspections are carried out throughout Canada during the spring, summer and autumn, and there are
    • autumn of each year, one in Eastern, and one in Western Canada.
    • Over the years, many top competition horses have been Canadian Sport Horses, including:
    [Abstract]
  • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage1.htm
    • Dressage Media Releases
    • Canadian Dressage Down Under
    • and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada's two representatives at the CDI Sydney,
    • Canada has traditionally done well at this event.
    • The first pair to represent Canada in this event were Leonie Bramall of Vancouver,
    • gelding Granfino were the 1996 Advanced Canadian National Dressage Champions.
    • Funding for the trip is provided by the Canadian Dressage Supporters Club and the Canadian
    • Equestrian Team - Dressage.
    • Dressage Media Releases/
    • page, and all contents, are Copyright (C) 1997 by Canadian Equestrian Federation, Gloucester, Ontario,
    [Abstract]
  • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage""
    • Dressage Saddles
    • Dressage Tests
    • Equestrian Dressage Art
    • Find books on Canada
    • Canadian Vacation Auctions
    • ca/dressage10.
    • ca/dressage1.
    • ca/dressage16.
    • com/equijournal/canada72.
    [Abstract]
  • Biographies - M'ba to Mezo - http://www.philately.com/philately/biombme.htm
    • MEADE, Richard ( - ) English sportsman, dressage - Chad 286; Liberia 621; Upper Volta C111
    • MEIGHEN, Arthur (1874-1960) Canadian prime minister, lawyer.
    • Ontario, he was the Conservative prime minister of Canada, 1920-21, 1926.
    • - Canada CAN1961D19
    • MERRITT, William Hamilton (1793-1862) Canadian legislator - Canada 655
    • MESSIER, Mark (1961- ) Canadian hockey player.
    [Abstract]
  • CNET Search.com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"' - http://savvy.search.com/search?channel=1&cat.118=1&q=%22Canadian%22+Or+%22Canada...
    • com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • Canada Vacations with Continental Airlines
    • com/canada.
    • Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG
    • Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release October 1, 1998 Canadian
    • Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games Rome, Italy
    • --- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy
    • Snap Local: Canada
    • weather, news and sports scores for cities around Canada on Snap.
    [Abstract]
  • APC Website - http://www.paralympic.org.au/text/news-oct99.html
    • took out a bronze medal in her class at the World Dressage Championships for riders with a disability, spearheading
    • Ipkendanz and Sue-Ellen Lovett, were competing in the dressage for riders with borrowed horses, when they took the
    • to 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games bronze medallists Canada after defeating fellow Paralympic superpowers USA,
    • before clawing their way back into the game against a Canadian team that refused to let go of the match.
    • 75-63 in the semi finals before falling to the strong Canadian team in the decider.
    • Commonwealth Games, Canada
    • Canadian Championships, Canada
    [Abstract]
  • GO Network:Dressage - http://www.go.com/WebDir/Dressage?sv=PT&lk=ip-noframes&svx=related
    • GO Network:Dressage
    • > Dressage
    • Dressage Web sites
    • New England Dressage Association
    • NEDA is the second largest dressage organization in the U.
    • NEDA promotes dressage and the education of what it is.
    • United States Dressage Federation
    • The leading authority on the sport of Dressage in Canada.
    • ClassicalDressage.
    • Preservation and Promotion of the Art of Classical Dressage.
    [Abstract]
  • CNET Search.com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"' - http://savvy.search.com/search?channel=1&cat.119=1&q=%22Canadian%22+Or+%22Canada...
    • com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • - Canada
    • - Regional > North America > Canada
    • - Regional > North America > Canada > Business and Economy > Employment
    • - Regional > North America > Canada > Business and Economy
    [Abstract]
  • CNET Search.com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"' - http://savvy.search.com/search?channel=1&cat.19=1&q=%22Canadian%22+Or+%22Canada%...
    • com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    [Abstract]
  • FOR SALE - http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~chrisson/sale.htm
    • I'm currently starting her for dressage and plan on debuting her later this year at first level.
    • For Sale, Imported from Canada, Sire 'Rustlers Image'.
    • She is the dam of 1999 Canadian JR Western Pleasure & JR Trail Horse Champion, 'Zippin
    • Has hunted in Leics, done dressage.
    • Appaloosa Yearling Colt by Canadian Supreme Sire "Two Eyed Jackson" and out of an Appendix
    • Price $2500 Canadian
    • WANTED - EVENT PROSPECT IN USA OR CANADA
    • an Appaloosa champion at halter and Suitability For Dressage and USDF champion in Training level Dressage.
    • 2h and had numerous Suitability For Dressage Championships.
    • Will make excellent dressage or jumper! Gentle, easy to handle.
    [Abstract]
  • CNET Search.com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"' - http://savvy.search.com/search?channel=1&cat.117=1&q=%22Canadian%22+Or+%22Canada...
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    • ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"'
    • com - Canada's Chretien signs space agreement in Paris
    • - June 21, 2000 - Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien began a visit to France
    • for 10 years an agreement between the European and Canadian space agencies.
    • , Canada sign pact to tighten border security
    • law enforcement officials from the United States and Canada signed an agreement on Friday aimed at improving efforts
    • com - Vietnam to release mother of executed Canadian woman
    • coli contamination in Canada
    • coli outbreak in a Canadian farming town has claimed the lives of two more patients,
    [Abstract]

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    • Jurjen's Webpage - http://www3.sympatico.ca/ursula/jurjen.htm
      • Abstract:
        Document Excerpt: Jurjen's Webpage. JURJEN'S WEBPAGE. Jurjen is a Dutch Warmblood gelding born February 2, 1991( hence the" j" name). Our contact in Holland told me about a 3 year old stallion she thought we should see, my first reaction was" no way". Approved Oldenburg, her sire is Urheber( Diana Billes former grand prix mount) and her mother is an anglo-trakenner by Merkur. Jurjen is calm, new situations don't usually phase him and in general he is unlikely to panic or become nervous. Unison focuses well on her work, for instance, she doesn't really notice wind noise or snow falling off the arena roof, but she is sometimes so nervous of noises in the barn as we walk towards the arena, she stops and( if she is brave enough) checks things out up close with her nose. Ontario Provincial Dressage Championships, Eastwood Equestrian Center London, Ontario. Bobby( CROSSWICKS BOBBIE-JEAN), is my dog/ partially faithful companion. She is a Rhodesian ridgeback that through the help of Steven and Corinne Woodham of Rindurr Kennels I found in August of 1996. Her sire is CH.CROSSWICKS LAW MAKER DRACO and her dame is CH.SPRING VALLEY CROSSWICKS K.T. Belgian Junior Riders Online- A special page to promote the Belgian dressage riders. The Dressage Clinic- Training Advice from International Riders. Dressage Unlimited- Everything dressage.
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    • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage11.htm
      • Abstract:
        Document Excerpt: Dressage Media Releases. Dressage Team Hires National Coach. Ottawa, Ontario--- Uwe Sauer of Hamburg, Germany, has been named the National Coach of the Canadian Dressage Team. His primary responsibility will be to prepare and strengthen the talents of our horses and riders and to coach them during major international competition. His role is to improve the overall development of Canadian dressage by consolidating the best of Canadian dressage talent and implementing team-building. He will interact with the athlete's personal coaches, both in Canada and abroad, and communicate with them to monitor the training plans and progress of their students. In July, Sauer held clinics in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver with 33 grand prix horse-rider combinations. He saw combinations that are experienced at the grand prix level as well as many who are fairly new to it and felt that Canada had the potential to field international-calibre teams. " With the addition of a National Coach, we believe that Canadian dressage will improve it's competitiveness in the international arena," says Walter Shanly, Canadian Equestrian Team Chair- Dressage. His immediate focus will be on putting together a strong team for the 1998 World Equestrian Games as it is essential that Canada do well in order to qualify for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Sauer's first experience at an international event as National Coach will come when he accompanies the teams to the North American Dressage Championships to be held in Maryland on October 16-19, 1997. In addition, the Canadian Dressage Team is currently finalizing a contract with York Equestrian Centre, just north of Toronto, ON, making them the official eastern training center for the Canadian Dressage Team. York Equestrian Centre will provide stabling and use of their facilities free of charge for team activities and also participate in fundraising activities for the Team.
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    • Horses for Sale - dressage, hunter, jumper, ponies - Sport Horse Brokers - http://www.sporthorsebrokers.com
      • Abstract:
        Document Excerpt: Horses for Sale- dressage, hunter, jumper, ponies- Sport Horse Brokers. SPORT HORSE BROKERS. Representing quality sport horses throughout North America. Athletic, well-bred Thoroughbred and Warmblood crosses from Canada with affordable price tags. With quality stallions and broodmares, imported semen, and imported youngsters from Europe, horses bred and raised in Canada are every bit as talented and athletic as you'll find anywhere and at a much better value. Please browse through our sales list and contact us to request a video.
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    • CET NEWS - http://www.cybertap.com/cidra/cet.htm
      • Abstract:
        Document Excerpt: Canadian International Dressage Riders Association. Send mail to CIDRA's WEBMASTER with questions or comments about this web site. Copyright 2000 Canadian International Dressage Riders Association. Canada is back in the International limelight of Dressage! Evi Strasser, with her 5 year old Oldenburg gelding Quantum Tyme made a tremendous showing at the World Breeding Championships for Young Horses at Arnhem Holland June 22 25. She spent two days with our Team Technical Advisor, Christilot Boylen, fine tuning her performance. (* Note that Boylen is the only Canadian who has actually been showing these classes as they are not yet offered in Canada. ( note the Americans were invited to send 3 horses, Canada 1) After one day off, Quatum put in another magnificent test, showing great consistency as well as superior gates. He again scored 8.8 which secured 4th postiion for Canada! Our sincere applause goes out to Evi Strasser for doing so well, for all of us!!! More good news, finds Shannon Oldham-Dueck winning at the Grand Prix level with her recently upgraded gelding Korona in the U.S. " We have an International Calibre GP horse in the making" Shannon has a youngster, Otharr who at barely 4 made his debut in early May scoring 77.3% at a first level test! She is also riding a dutch stallion by the name of Leoliet since last Nov. Shannon is expected to be coming to the Blainville CDIW where we will get to watch Korona go in person. The DMC have had a posture made of Shannon and Korona to commemorate their silver medal at the 1999 PAGS. Shannon will autograph these in Quebec for us! Intramural Team Update: Liz has done a wonderful job of displaying the Teams in a chart form on this site. Since my last notice we had TWO additional sponsors, Henry Equestrian Insurance and Air Canada Cargo. I am contacting you about an exciting development for FEI Dressage Riders in eastern Canada. Riders MUST committ to attending all 3 shows to enter! The highest average score at the end of the August show will be the winning Team. The generous sponsors confirmed to date are: SEA AIR, MILLCREEK STABLES, DUTCH MASTERS,& UBS BANK. We obviously want to give the sponsors as much exposure as possible and also give Dressage the publicity too! We will give updated reports on how the Teams are doing and build the excitement! Each of these shows will have a VIP lounge where the sponsors can meet their riders and watch the show. Our team of Andrea Taylor and Sheri Bresee who attended the CDIW invitational in Sydney Australia this month, finished 3rd with Andrea being named the highest placed visiting rider, on a borrowed horse. Canada has been fortunate to be invited to two International nvitational Competitions. Chris Sanders of London ON and Ashley Wright of Toronto, along with myself as Chef will be travelling to Johannesburg. On behalf of the Canadian Dressage Team I wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Pat Kurillowicz and to John MacPherson. I attended the CEF Convention in Halifax January 20-23 where the new constitution was adopted and we can now expect the changeover of the CEF to take effect in January 2001. I will work to bring issues related to Dressage in front of this board and enhance our sport wherever possible. The next Christilot Boylen Clinic is finalized and the Listed riders will receive a package in the mail this week regarding registration. ALL LESSONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BY CHECK. lesson Please make arrangements for stabling and scheduling with the contact. COACHES FORUM: An evening session for ALL coaches will be held at each venue, as part of this tour. FUTURE PLANS: An Adhoc committee met January 27.28 and 29 at the home of Robyn Eames to discuss and gather research re sponsorship, tax benefits, fund raising and developing a business plan. Ideas such as holding a Sponsors Night, to educate and entertain potential investors and to show appreciation for those who have supported us, is something that Robyn hopes to do in April of this year. Congratulations to Christilot Boylen, Nancy MacLachlan, Gina Smith, Andrea Taylor, George Miechowsky and Shannon Oldham Dueck for being carded for 2000* Note that Shannon received the first ever equestrian D carding, based on her outstanding achievement at the Pan American Games. Firstly, the major players met in Montreal last Friday to discuss the. formation of Dressage Canada, and using the business plan that had been developed by the Working Party, an agreement was reached to go ahead with this transition, to take effect Jan. productive meeting, with representative from CADORA, National Dressage Committee, Dressage Management Commiitte and CIDRA taking part. Some confusing points from the business plan were clarified and then everyone decided that the agreed this was the route to go. They will find chairmen for each committee and develop a seamless organization and the official Board Of Directors, which will take over in 2001 will be elected. Official evaluations of horses will only be given to those inolved in the Team clinics however. Christilot pointed out that she is interested in helping to bring Canada back to a position of. She brough information on a circuit in Spain this winter that could be less expensive than Florida with high profile. She is very open for riders to contact her in Germany when they wish to discuss plans or problems. Martina Pracht summed it up when she said" I want to go to another Olympics" We all want the same thing!. " The DMC regretfully announce that the Ottawa portion of Christilot Boylans Evaluation Tour will have to be cancelled due to insufficient. Riders from the Ottawa, Quebec area are most welcome to attend the Toronto Forum which is at York Equestrian on November 29 at 7: 30 p.m. auditors soaked in information and watched the theories become reality. who are reluctant to participate in these clinics are not planning to. " The Dressage Management Committee announce a Cross Country Tour of Christilot Hanson Boylen to target and evaluate talented horses and riders in Canada. From the information gathered, she will assist the DMC to develop a strategic plan for our International Goals. All FEI riders and coaches are urged to present horses and students who they feel show strong, International potential. Contact Person: Sharon Brooks tel: 519 448 1713 fax: 519 448 1448. * For information re Stabling call individual Contact Person. For General Inquiries re these Clinics, contact Sharon Brooks email: sharon.brooks@ sympatico.ca tel: 519 448 1713 fax: 519 448 1448. " The Dressage Management Committe discussed at length the concerns from the group of riders at the Eastern Canadian Championships at our meeting September 14. It was decided, and agreed upon by all committee members present, that we will invite Ms Boylan to come to Canada this fall and during her first cross country tour, hold Round Table Discussions with all FEI Riders past and present, as well as coaches to work together to develop a successful Plan for Dressage in Canada. It will be an excellent opportunity for those with reservations to bring them forward for discussion and we hope will relieve some of the concerns. The DMC took sincere interest in the riders points, however, they do not represent the majority of the FEI riders in this Country. believe there is a lot of misinformation regarding CHB's role. proposal that Ms Boylan came to us with was totally changed and a new role was created. We feel that she can best serve us in this capacity and we certainly can benefit from her European connection. Please consider the following points and I urge all riders to keep an open mind as we all strive to improve our sport. WITHOUT A PLAN: NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE. WITHOUT A PLAN WE WILL NOT RAISE FUNDS SUCCESSFULLY. Sharon Brooks Chair and Chef d'equipe Dressage Team. " I was invited to attend the CIDRA meeting during the Eastern Canadians in Blainville, to answer some questions re the proposed agreement that the DMC have been working on with Chris Boylan. Many of the riders in attendance had real concerns re the prospect of having another rider, who would still be in contention for Team positions, involved. presentation to a group in Vancouver, announcing her interest in getting involved, working with the Dressage Team. I gathered opinions from riders and coaches around the country and we decided that the plan as proposed was NOT viable. The DMC did, after much discussion and thought, come up with the compromise of naming Christilot as" Team Technical Advisor" which would become a non-voting member of the Management Committee. agreement has been drafted, outlining responsibilities and limitations. It must be clearly understood that Christilot is NOT the Team Coach! Her position is primarily that of Advisor! We need experienced Technical Experience and she has offered to do this, on a volunteer basis. She would only be paid for actual clinics that she conducts when here in Canada, but her organizing, planning time would be volunteer, as is the rest of the DMC! Input, from our coaches, would assist CHB in identifiying atheletes and she would work with their personal coaches in developing strategies for their advancement. An ultimate goal for Canada needs to be to fundraise so that we can send top prospects to Europe on competition tours. She also feels that if she has an official title she will be able to get Canadian riders incorporated into special programs and events in Germany, while they are over there. Without a specific, concrete plan, fundraising and support is not going. We are asking her for quarterly written reports and the DMC will give her a written report on the success of the program. Leaders in the Dressage community will be polled for feedback on the programs success or lack of it. Sharon Brooks Chair and Chef d'equipe Canadian Dressage Team. It was a memorable night for our sport, with some added features like a reining demo and an amazing Quadrille arranged by Armand and Brigette Valkenburg. Canadian Dressage Team competed very successfully at the Winnipeg Pan Am Games and along with the individual medal captured by Shannon Oldham-Dueck, we brought home great team spirit and momentum! The riders, grooms and officials worked in a united force, supported each other, respected differences and shared in the glory. Leslie Reid, Shannon Oldham-Dueck, Martina Pracht and Simone Williams all put in lovely rides, coming back in the Inter 1 with 4 very strong scores to put them all in the top 15, after some bad luck on Prix St. Martina, Simone and Shannon all put in steller performances, with. Martina showing great character, finishing her ride to no music, when a techinical problem cut it off. Equally proud teammates and supporters cheered from the sidelines. Adriene Kramer, Trisha Hancock, Kindra MacDonald and Teena Sylvester were the best! Wolfgang Michaelis led the techinical end of the Team and Dr. July 13, 1999: Sharon is busily scurrying all over, with a phone growing out of her ear and fax machine under one arm, getting everything organized to go to Winnipeg. We have 25 who are qualified to compete in our Trials! This is a record for Dressage in Canada!. PAG TRAINING CAMP: A tremendously successful Clinic and Training Camp for the Eastern Riders was just completed at Oakcrest Stables in Stouffville. 12 athletes took part in Test Riding, a Mock Horse Inspection, polishing lessons, lectures on Human Medications, Travel with your Horse, FEI rules and regs, Media Training and Team Building by grooming for each other. Belinda and Robyn Eames of Oakcrest, Wolfgang Michaelis, Cara Whitham, Robert Schinke, Dr. Adam Steacie, Denise Rudnicki, Sandra Silcox and Vicki Lewis. A similar Clinic/ Training Camp is scheduled for the Western Trialists mid June. Attention PanAm Contenders: Just a reminder that Wolfgang Michealis will be at the Palgrave Show this weekend and will be assisting and critiquing PAG declared riders as part of the final Clinic format. Congratulations to the successful pairs who have qualified for the Trials. REMEMBER; YOU MUST FAX YOUR SCORES TO CARA BY JUNE 1. Attention All Pan American Games Declared Riders! We are in the final countdown to the completion of Stage One. Many of you have NOT been sending your scores into the Director of Dressage to keep us abreast of your progress. Please be reminded that the June Clinics are a required part of your preparation. Christilot Boylan to discuss her involvement with Canadian Dressage in an advisory capacity and hope to have final approval soon. I have been able to make all the changes with airlines and with Holger and Rob's schedulles. clinic falls after the June 1 cut off date of Stage One, ONLY THOSE WHO HAVE STAGE ONE QUALIFICATIONS ARE ELIGABLE. You must contact Sharon Brooks as of June 1 to confirm your participation. David Payton DVM and Holger Munstermann for their co operation in meeting the needs of our riders by being flexible in their busy lives!. DRESSAGE CANADA TRANSITION TEAM ARE MEETING IN OTTAWA THIS WEEKEND TO. The transition team have a workshop planned for May 1 and 2 to finalize the structure of the new Dressage Canada. We have 68 horses declared for the 1999 Pan American Games! A landmark for Canadian Dressage, to have so many talented horses vying for a Team. The show season is about to begin in Canada and everyone who has worked hard all winter will have the opportunity of presenting their horses. Those of us in a management situation have some major decisions to make regarding what will best serve Canadian Dressage. PAG UPDATE: Declared riders need to be aware that along with the Rider Reps, Lee Tubman and Liz Steacie, the Selection Committee will be made up of Wolfgang Michaelis, Holger Munstermann and Dr. Denys Frappier has been engaged as the Official Team Veterinarian. Wolfgang Michaelis to act as the Techinical Advisor to the Team at the Games., game planning and he will be available for coaching to any and all athletes at their discretion. OFFICIALS FINALIZED: As your chef, I am very excited about the strong, supportive team of Officials that we have put together for you. PLEASE NOTE: Previous advice received indicated that additional accreditations for PAG would cost$ 1000. I have recently received news that in fact the cost will be$ 1250, and purchasing accreditations after April 16 may not be possible!. Christilot Boylen has made a proposal to Canada, whereby she would take on the role of Director of Training( not the official title) and work with Provincially named Trainers to outline and plan for our upper level riders. This would include evaluating their ability and progress and suggesting where they should show and train. She would also send some selected German Trainers to Canada to do Clinics and she herself would come twice a year. It would encompass strong Medium Level Riders and Young Riders as well as the FEI., Gina Smith for Ontario and Quebec, Cindy Ishoy for Ontario and Manitoba, Belinda Eames and John Macpherson as their assistants, and Leonie Bramall and Andrea Taylor for the rest of Canada as needed. If you have questions, please email them to me sharon.brooks@ sympatico.ca and I will bring them to the Management Committee or clarify with Christilot herself. IF YOU HAVE OTHER IDEAS FOR LONG TERM TRAINING PLANS FOR CANADA PLEASE SHARE THOSE AS WELL BEFORE THE MAY 4 WORKSHOP!. PAG Riders are reminded that Holger Munstermann will be teaching in Vancouver, at Kensington Tues. WolfGang Michaelis will be teaching in Toronto and Ottawa April 13 to 18. There are sessions with Rob Schinke our Team Sports Psychologist Wed. VERY IMPORTANT!!! PAG's declared riders need to be aware that the OC of the Games has announced that the purchase of additional accreditations for the Games will be at a cost of$ 1000. This would apply to owners, personal coaches or family that you might wish to have accredited so that they can have access to the stables and training areas. Please pass this information along to anyone that you know competing for the PAG's. Evening sessions with Kevin Honsberger, Physiotherapist and Susie Langley, Sports Nutritionist were not well attended, which is a loss for the riders. Rob Schinke the Team Sports Psychologist will be coming to Ontario during these clinics. NOMINATIONS FOR RIDER REPS FOR THE SELECTION COMMITTEE ARE NOW OVERDUE. PLEASE FAX OR EMAIL TO SHARON BY MARCH 24. NOTE: THERE WAS A MISTAKE IN THE PRINTING OF THE PAN AM GAMES CRITERIA FOR DRESSAGE IN HORSE SPORT APRIL 1999. JUNE 25, 26 and 27 WILL BE THE EASTERN TRIALS AT THE PALGRAVE CDIW. ALSO THE STATEMENT MADE BY SUE ROBERTSON IN THE CHRONICLE THAT WE HAVE NO PLANS TO SEND A TEAM TO THE EUROPEONS IS ALSO FALSE. THE CRITERIA WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE WEB AND FROM THE CEF THIS WEEK. At this time, I want everyone to be aware that my daughter, Jacklyn Courtney Brooks, has declared for the PAG's Team. Therefore, I am excusing myself from the Selection Committee and will not participate in any voting on the Management Committee directly involving riders.es! We have over 60 horses declared for Canadian Dressage! We are many and we are competitive! As your chef, I am working very hard to provide you with experts who will help you reach your potential. We have 2 German trainers, working in the east and west along with Sports Psychologists, Physiotherapists, Vets, Nutritionists and Media Experts on line. Holger Munstermann just completed his first clinics in Vancouver and Edmonton and they were very well received. Rob Schinke, our Sports Psychologist, made 2 evening presentations at both clinics. Wolfgang Michaelis will be in Toronto starting March 17 and there are two evening workshops also. Susie has a growing practice in the Toronto area and her clients include the Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors. We have riders competing in Arizona, California and Florida as well as. DRESSAGE CHAIR: To date, a decision on the replacement of Walter Shanly, as the permenant Chair has not been made. As Dressage Canada brings forward their restructuring plan this summer, it will tie in nicely as a new Chair of the Management Committee comes aboard. DRESSAGE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: There has been some movement in the makeup of this committee recently and I believe riders should be aware who the individuals are, on this board. George Miecheowsky resigned as Owner Rep before Christmas and Eva Maria Pracht also resigned in December 98. As Chair, I have appointed some replacements and CIDRA elections have also just been completed, so here is your new committee:. Our most recent addition is Betty Briggs, who will bring on board a long-over due voice from Western Canada, as well as that of an an additional Rider/ Owner. This Committee are working hard, making difficult decisions and welcome input from the community re Team related issues. PAN AM GAMES CLNICS: There are 59 horse/ rider combinations declared for the 99 Games. We have arranged a series of 3 clinics in the East with Wolfgang Michealis and 3 clnics in the West with Holger Munstermann to provide training for the delcared riders. An entire package has been prepared, whereby the riders will get coaching with their horse, sessions with a sports psychologists, nutritionist, personal fittness expert, vet and media relations consultant. Christilot Boylen will be doing clinics at York Equestrian in Newmarket on March 13 and 14 and inVancouver March 20 and 21. February 1999: Sharon will soon begin to use this site to help keep riders informed and up to date with the doings of the CET, Dressage Management Committee, and other relevant bits and pieces.
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    • 1996 Canadian Olympic Team - http://www.equisearch.com/atlanta/teams/atlanta_canada.html
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        Document Excerpt: 1996 Canadian Olympic Team. Canada names Olympic team. THREE DAY EVENTING. Stuart Young-Black Olympic Horse: Market Venture, 10 year old bay English Thoroughbred gelding. Stuart has represented Canada in three previous international championships. Chelan Kozak Olympic Horse: Soweto, 13 year old black NZ Thoroughbred cross gelding. Therese Washtock Olympic Horse: Aristotle, 9 year old bay Thoroughbred gelding. Kelli McMullen-Temple Olympic Horse: Kilkenny, 8 year old chestnut Irish-bred Thoroughbred gelding and Amsterdam, 11 year old bay Irish Thoroughbred gelding. They were 10th in the Advanced Division at the North American Classic and 9th in the Advanced Division at Pine Top. Claire Smith Olympic Horse: Gordon Gibbons, 11 year old bay Thoroughbred gelding. Smith and Gordon Gibbons represented Canada at the 1994 World Equestrian Games and earlier this year were fourth in the Atlanta Division at the Groton House Horse Trials and seventh at the North Georgia Open Invitational Horse Trials. Cone, of King City, ON, who finished first overall in the Olympic Trials, will ride in his first Olympics with Elute. Cone is originally from the United States and has represented both Canada and the United States ininternational competition. Hugh Graham Olympic Horse: Undercover, 13 year-old brown Thoroughbred gelding. This pair finished fourth in the Olympic Trials and were second in the Bromont CSI-W. Ian Millar Olympic Horse: Play It Again, 9 year old chestnut Dutch Warmblood gelding. Millar, who will be inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame this fall, will be riding in his seventh consecutive Olympic Games. Linda Southern-Heathcott Olympic Horse: Advantage, 13 year old bay Hanoverian gelding. Southern-Heathcott just recently returned to international competition in 1996. Leslie Reid Olympic Horse: Seafox, 14 year old chestnut Dutch Warmblood stallion. Tom Dvorak Olympic Horse: World Cup, 17 year old bay Westphalian gelding. This combination has represented Canada at the 1990 World Equestrian Games and won the World Cup Qualifying Freestyle at the Royal Winter Fair in 1995. This pair represented Canada at the 1995 World Cup Finals in Los Angeles, finishing 13th. Table of contents| Place an advertisement| Contact EquiSearch| About EquiSearch| Guest book.
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    • Kirkridge Equestrian Centre - http://www3.sympatico.ca/insectfree/
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        Document Excerpt: Kirkridge Equestrian Centre. Welcome to Kirkridge Equestrian Centre's Web page. We are located in scenic St.George, Ontario Canada, 40 minutes west of Toronto. A competitor and trainer for over 25 years, Elaine trains horses and riders to International levels of dressage. KEC is also home to several very special horses; Anaconda a 13 year old Trakehner mare by Condus competing at Prix St. George and Intermediare 1, and Sunar Born Lucky an 18 year old Anglo Arab who has the distinction of being the only competitive Dressage Arab at Prix St. About Elaine Ward-Turcotte: International level dressage trainer and teacher. InsectFree Environment Systems: Central Fly Control Systems for Barns.
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    • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/
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        Document Excerpt: horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada. Our NewsRoom section has been updated!. Monthly Feature. World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands.The prestigious competition, which identifies future stars, saw 38 horses presented to the judges in the five-year-old division on Thursday and Friday. On June 18th, the British tabloid paper" The Sunday Mirror ran a story on famous New Zealand eventer Mark Todd detailing alleged drug abuse and extra-marital affairs. " I had a long meeting with my lawyers today in London and they have advised me not to make any comments on the allegations that have been made. " But we would however at this stage like to sincerely thank everybody in New Zealand, our friends and people who have sent messages of support to myself and Carolyn and the members of our family back in New Zealand. CEF Employees given Notice- Restructuring efforts continue. Select a link In The Ribbons Limestone Cavalier Cadora TO Cadora ON Trailcorp Handley Photo McKenzie Saddlery CLiX Photo GoodTyme Stables Juniper Hill The HorseFinder York Equestrian Riding Vacations Cornerstone. As a direct consequence of the Canadian Equestrian Federation's( CEF) ongoing restructuring process, the CEF Executive Committee and the CEF Human Relations Committee have, for the past several months, been evaluating all CEF staff positions in light of the anticipated future employment needs of the organization. We are actively seeking individuals to contribute content for the various sections of our site. This is a terrific opportunity to have your articles/ photos seen by a very wide audience( currently we average 30, 000 unique readers a month!) on one of the most popular equestrian sites in North America. This site created and designed by:. Interested in starting a website for your own stable or business?. To the best of our knowledge, all graphics used on this site are public domain or used with the author's permission. If you see anything that is not properly credited, please contact us immediately at econnect@ outrageouscreations.com.
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    • ~Shanandoah Arabians~Black Egyptian bred Arabian horses - http://www.shanandoah-arabians.com
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        Document Excerpt: ~ Shanandoah Arabians~ Black Egyptian bred Arabian horses. Shan's El Mokhtar's Bandita. Sunday's Monieta. Featuring SHAMMUS black son of SHAMURK++ X MAE KESIA Standing at stud: Natural Service:$ 500.00 COOLED SEMEN$ 1000.00 Canadian Funds Plus Shipping and Handling.
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    • The Equestrian Times - Breaking News - http://www.horsenews.com/break/septoct97/cet3.htm
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        Document Excerpt: The Equestrian Times- Breaking News. Canadian Chef d'Equipe for North American Dressage Championships. Canada, Ottawa, Ontario( September 5, 1997)--- Diana Billes of Willowdale, ON, will act as the chef d'equipe for the Canadian Dressage Team competing at the North American Dressage Championships in Maryland in October. Billes position as chef d'equipe will complement the recent appointment of Mr. " I look forward to representing the Canadian riders at the North American Dressage Championships," says Diana Billes. " I see my role as providing support to the riders and fostering an atmosphere of team spirit such that each competitor can perform to the best of their ability." Combining her past position on numerous international teams with her present managerial skills, Diana brings a wealth of experience to the position. Diana currently works full-time with the Canadian Tire Corporation as a Retail Strategy Analyst. " We are fortunate to have someone with Diana's depth of experience and knowledge of the sport acting as chef d'equipe for the North American Dressage Championships," says Walter Shanly, Chair of the Canadian Equestrian Team- Dressage. An accomplished dressage rider, Diana won two team gold medals at the North American Young Rider Championships and was short-listed to the Canadian Equestrian Team between 1985 and 1989.
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    • Marbrook Stables International - Dutch Warmblood Horses for Sale / Horse Training, Boarding, Breeding and Coaching - http://www.execulink.com/~marbrook/
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        Document Excerpt: Marbrook Stables International- Dutch Warmblood Horses for Sale/ Horse Training, Boarding, Breeding and Coaching. E-Mail: marbrook@ execulink.com. Since 1990, Marbrook Stables International Inc. has specialized in offering top quality imported dressage horses and jumpers for sale, as well as frozen horse semen. Our imported Dutch Warmbloods include international level jumpers and dressage horses such as Garant and Dunkaschon. We also offer talented young offspring by our Dutch Warmblood stallion Phantom. Phantom's youngsters excel both as elegant dressage horses and athletic jumpers. At Stud: Phantom, imported Dutch Warmblood Stallion- NEW special introductory offer on frozen semen.
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    • Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG - http://www.equestrian.ca/dreswegfinal.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG. Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games. Rome, Italy--- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy MacLachlan of Terra Cotta, ON, George Miechowsky of Hudson, PQ, and Victoria Winter of Oakville, ON, finished seventeenth today at the World Equestrian Games in Rome, Italy. There were no surprises as Germany captured the gold medal with an average percentage of 74.57 while the Netherlands took the silver with a team average of 73.50%. " This result is very disappointing and most unexpected," says Walter Shanly, Chair of the Canadian Dressage Team. Individually, Winter, 28, was the highest-placed Canadian, finishing 47th with a score of 63.40% riding her 14-year-old Hannoverian gelding, Wedgwood. MacLachlan, 38, had a score of 57.92% to finish in 79th position on Davis Cup, a 13-year-old Hannoverian gelding, while Miechowsky, 58, was 81st with 56.96% aboard his 12-year-old Oldenburg gelding, Leonti. None of the Canadian riders will be among the top 24 riders who advance to tomorrow's Grand Prix Special, which will eventually determine the individual medal winners. The dressage events take place from September 30 to October 4 at Flaminio Stadium in the heart of Rome, Italy.
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    • Mirrabook Farms Sport Horses Welcome Page/new - http://www.mirrabookfarms.com/
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        Document Excerpt: Mirrabook Farms Sport Horses Welcome Page/ new. Mirrabook Farms is a warmblood and sport horse breeding and training facility located in the beautiful Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Mirrabook Farms breeding program offers a good selection of licensed and approved warmblood breeding stallions and exciting young prospects for dressage, combined training or jumper.
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    • dressage canada dressage riders dressage shows dressage canada dressage canada dressage canada - http://equestrian-connection.com/Disciplines/dressage/dressage.html
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        Document Excerpt: dressage canada dressage riders dressage shows dressage canada dressage canada dressage canada. Monthly Feature. Readers Letters. Canada` s Evi Strasser of Ste-Adele, QC, finished in fourth place today at the World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands. After placing sixth in the first round and fourth in the second, Strasser, Canada` s only representative, today finished fourth overall with a score of 8.80 points riding her Quantam Tyme, a chestnut Oldenburg gelding by Quattro. `` Considering the short period of time we had to prepare for this compared to most of the other competitors, I am extremely pleased with the results. The winner was Suzanne Davies of Great Britian who showed Keystone Dimaggio, a chestnut Hannoverian stallion by Don Primero, to a score of 9.50 points. Ulf Moller riding Placido, a dark bay Hannoverian gelding by Prestige Pilot while Marlies van Baalen of the Netherlands took third with a score of 9.20 points with World Online Roman Nature, a Westphalian stallion by Rohdiement. This new and fun event for FEI Dressage riders in Eastern Canada has been made possible by the sponsorship of 6 supporters. Alison Holden. Mill Creek Stables sponsored by Mr. Ashley Wright.
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    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
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        Document Excerpt: Search for:"" Canadian" Or+. Free Internet Access- Find it- Talk about it- Shop for it. Search within these results. Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release October 1, 1998 Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games Rome, Italy--- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy MacLach. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release August 11, 1997 Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships Ottawa, Ontario--- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor of the grand pri. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release February 20, 1997 Canadian Dressage Down Under Ottawa, Ontario--- Lorriane Chappell of Aldergrove, BC, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada s two repr. Dressage Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 3, 1997 New Training Centre for Canadian Dressage Team Ottawa, Ontario--- The York Equestrian Centre in East Gwillinbury, ON, just north of Toronto, h. Canadian Sport Horse Stallion, Weissgold, for hire- WeissgoldWeissgold( picture below) Weissgold is 16.1 hh, grey stallion sired by the Hanoverian" Wagner" who is now deceased. Equestrian Connection- Dressage, Eventing, Jumper, Your Complete Equine Informa- This site last updated: August 26th, 1998 Message from The Editor Thanks for everyone who has sent me their ideas and suggestions. NEWS FROM THE CANADIAN EQUESTRIAN TEAM- NEWS FROM THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR Merschformann Out-Jumps Millar November 11, 1997-- Toronto, ON--- For the second night in a row, Ian Millar had to settle for second place in internation. National Office Box 4256, Station E Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B3 Phone 1-888-286-PONY 3-6 PM Mountain time Mon-Fri- Voicemail at other times FAX. Kirkwood Home Page( Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy)- The V. Endurance Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 29, 1997 Canada Strikes Gold in Can-Am Challenge Ottawa, Ontario--- Canadian dressage added another victory to its collection this weekend as the Cana. Diary 2000/ Sports Extra/ ireland.com- Ireland.com Today's Paper• Your E-Mail• Site Map Take me to. The Irish Times Breaking News Sports Extra Business Technology Dublin Live Weather Recruitment Crosswords EuroTimes Path to Peace An Te. New Jersey Online: Star-Ledger Sports- NJO>> Free, daily sports headlines by e-mail! Click here for NJ Energy Choice News Horse show: Kraut, Liberty tame difficult course 06/ 26/ 00 By Nancy Jaffer SPECIAL TO THE STAR-LEDGER A course o. Second opinion? Try searching for"" Canadian" Or+" at. Topics Shopping Computers Entertainment Finance Games Kids Music Small Business Sports Travel. Find Auctions Chat Clubs Ecards Email Free ISP FTP MP3 Maps People Stocks Yellow Pages More.
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    • Shalom Farm Arabians Inc. - http://tor-pw1.netcom.ca/~wagschal/shalom.html
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        Document Excerpt: Shalom Farm Arabians Inc. Shalom Farm Arabians Inc. Living Art That Performs. In 1993 Zipporah Wagschal joined the team as an apprentice and amateur rider/ competitor. Zipporah is following closely in her father s footsteps as a highly competitive athlete with several Top 10s in U.S. & Canadian National competition as well as several Regional Championships& Top 5s over the last two years. On her 20th birthday, Zipporah was presented with her Legion of Honor Award for her own horse Dukeries Sabanna+ and with her continued effort will reach her Legion of Supreme Honor Award in 1997. All points were won over fences in amateur and Open Hunter and Jumper classes. Shalom Mishkoh+//- The Highest Winning Arabian blooded Horse in North America. Leslie Wagschal- Owner/ Breeder/ Trainer.
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    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
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        Document Excerpt: Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts. Monthly Feature. Readers Letters. There is a massive photo archive of Rolex Kentucky at www.bluegrassheritage.com/ rolex.html featuring the photography of John Stephen Hockensmith.
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    • Equine (Horse) News and Views: Dressage, Show Jumping, Combined Training, Endurance - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/newsnvws/news98/index.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Equine( Horse) News and Views: Dressage, Show Jumping, Combined Training, Endurance. Last Modified: December 14, 98. Visit This Month's Sponsor:. Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners Conference 1999 Preview. Christi McQuaker Flies to Top of Talent Squad Standings. The Business of Horses Main Focus of 1999 Canadian Equestrian Federation Convention. Canadians Named to Nations Cup Teams for Fall Show Jumping Circuit. Equestrian Community Saddened by the Loss of Yvonne Collard. Ian Millar Top Canadian Show Jumper at World Equestrian Games- see related story. Canadian Equestrian Federation to Hold Horse Industry Meeting at Royal. Equestrian World Mourns the Loss of Gillian Wilson. Nancy MacLachlan Wins Canadian Leg of World Game Selection Trials. Canadian Equestrian Federation to Hold Horse Industry Meeting. Current World Equestrian Games Selection Trial Standings. Canadian Show Jumping Team Selection Criteria. Victory for Gardiner and Fellers: Here's the Highlights!. Mario Deslauriers Tops Canadian Team Selection Trial Standings. Lamaze Looks to Capture 1998 Jump Canada Series. * Please see corrected version of this release; corrected paragraph denoted by asterisks*. Endurance Qualifiers Announced for 1998 World Equestrian Games and 1999 Pan American Championships. Vancouver's Liz Hopps Victorious at CDI-W Sunnybrook. Canada Competes in Endurance Test Ride- Please see Editor's Note added March 11. Margaret Elizabeth Biggs Named 1997 Junior Equestrian of the Year. [ Alberta Equine On-Line Homepage]|[ Links to News and Views]|[ Spruce Meadows News]|[ Association Reports].
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    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties and Regions > Wellington > Cities > Eden Mills > Business and Shopping - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/Ontario...
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        Document Excerpt: Yahoo! Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories Ontario Counties and Regions Wellington Cities Eden Mills Business and Shopping. Home Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories Ontario Counties and Regions Wellington Cities Eden Mills. Business and Shopping., The- offers lessons in dressage and jumping for beginners to advanced riders.
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    • Google Search: " canadian or canada" dressage and - http://www.google.com/search?q=%22canadian%20or%20canada%22%20dressage%20and
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        Document Excerpt: Google Search:" canadian or canada" dressage and. 10 results 30 results 100 results All Languages Danish Dutch English Finnish French German Italian Norwegian Portuguese Spanish Swedish Custom. Search Tips SafeSearch is Off Language Options. Google results 1-10 of about 17 for" canadian or canada" dressage and. The" OR" operator was ignored in your query-- sorry, we don't support the use of logical OR in searches. users.erols.com/ cohenjosh/ 070901hors-geo-C-G.html- Show matches( Cache)- 101k- Similar pages. Subject Browse: SPORTS& RECREATION/ Horse Racing. Thoroughbred( USA) Canadian Arabian News( Canada) Canadian. Farms Springs Into Dressage, ON Clearly Canadian 15th Overall. Hamilton( 1793-1862) Canadian legislator- Canada 655 MERTEL,(-..... Richard(-) English sportsman, dressage- Chad 286; Liberia 621; Upper. Try your query on: AltaVista Deja eGroups Excite HotBot Infoseek Lycos Open Directory Yahoo!.
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    • WebCrawler Kids & Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Equestrian Sports: Dressage - http://www.webcrawler.com/kids_and_family/pets_and_animals/horses/equestrian_spo...
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        Document Excerpt: WebCrawler Kids& Family: Pets& Animals: Horses: Equestrian Sports: Dressage. Home: Kids& Family: Equestrian Sports: Dressage. -- Choose a Channel-- Arts& Books Autos Careers Computers& Internet Education Entertainment Games Health Home& Real Estate Kids& Family Money& Investing My Page News People& Chat Relationships Shopping Small Business Sports& Recreation Travel. Kirkwood Homepage- Canadian dressage news and events, stable and training facilities, and homage to Olympian Gina Smith. New England Dressage Association- Overview of the organization, with details of activities, a free barn and stable listing, and an events calendar. HaltATX- Info on dressage arena geometry and riding a test, an animated guide, and a lateral movements section. Denville-Kanani Shows& Events- Get the latest schedule of events in Camino Tassajara, California and find out about the accommodations that they offer. Oxbow Stables- Stables in Hamburg, New Jersey, with the emphasis on dressage and combined training, boasts an indoor arena. CDI-W Raleigh- The Capital Dressage Classic provides information on the activities, sponsors, competitors, fees, and how to get there. Regal Equestrian Venture- Located in Michigan and owned by Kerry Hadaway-Petty, REV offers dressage and eventing instruction, horse training, and judging services. 101 Arena Exercises- Order a ringside work book filled with ideas to keep training sessions productive and varied. Vicki Wall-Kelley Dressage Training- Located in California, this trainer offers help for horses and riders. Bookmark WebCrawler&# 183; About Excite&# 183; Advertise on WebCrawler&# 183; Add your URL. Excite,@ Home, the Excite logo, the@ Home logo and Webcrawler are service marks or registered service marks of At Home Corporation in the United States and other countries.
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    • Google Web Directory - Sports > Equestrian > Eventing - http://directory.google.com/Top/Sports/Equestrian/Eventing/
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        Document Excerpt: Google Web Directory- Sports Equestrian Eventing. Search only in Eventing Search the Web. Sports Equestrian Eventing. the best online source of information about equestrian sports in the UK and the world, with What's On, Results, Reports and Photographs. equestrian classifieds canada- Equestrian Connection- Dressage, Eventing, Jumper. Irish-Equine, through Virginia& Neil McGrath, can provide access to Ireland's Sportshorse. Virginia McGrath is Ireland's leading Event Rider having competed in Atlanta Olmypics, World Equestrian Games in Rome and the European Championships. Foxhall Cup, National Championship of Eventing, 3-Star Level, 3-Day Event to be held annually in Atlanta, Georgia beginning in May 2000. Complete combined training/ eventing facility located in Northern Florida. Offering USCTA/ AHSA Horse Trials& Combined Tests, boarding, training, vacations. Sharpton Stables, world class combined training facility-Altoona, FL- http:// www.sharptonstables.com. Looking for Belgian and International Eventing? You found it! De Peerdebos is frequently updated and is totally free! You can place free ads, read the articles,. The content of the Google directory is based on the Open Directory and is enhanced using Google's own technology. Modified by Google- Copyright( C) 2000 Google Inc.
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        Document Excerpt: WebCrawler Kids& Family: Pets& Animals: Horses: Care& Health: General Clubs. Home: Kids& Family: Care& Health: General Clubs. -- Choose a Channel-- Arts& Books Autos Careers Computers& Internet Education Entertainment Games Health Home& Real Estate Kids& Family Money& Investing My Page News People& Chat Relationships Shopping Small Business Sports& Recreation Travel. Quebec Equestrian Federation- Learn how the FEQ governs competitions, provides technical support, and groups together regional western and english saddle associations. Country Barn- Directory of equine organizations, some with links and most with contact addresses. Horse Council British Columbia- British Columbia group has an accident report form and sections for certified coaches, competition, and membership. Redland Hunt Pony Club- Maryland club offers their events calendar and details on games, dressage, show jumping, combined training, and polo. 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    • Dressage Canada Business Plan - http://www.equestrian.ca/dcbpall.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Canada Business Plan. Dear Dressage Enthusiast:. Re: Dressage Canada Business Plan. We, the Working Group, have produced a plan which we feel will benefit the entire dressage community from the amateur Basic level rider to the high performance athlete. This proposed Business Plan is a blueprint for the further development of dressage from the grassroots to the international team level. We have included Local Groups, Junior/ Young Riders, Judges, Stewards, coaches, and riders of all levels. We have endeavoured to ensure that each member of Dressage Canada will have a voice in the governance of dressage through an elected Board of Directors. Please read the enclosed draft and send your comments in writing via regular mail or e-mail before October 9, 1999 to:. This document is an attempt to propel dressage in Canada into the new Millennium with renewed enthusiasm and vitality. The purpose of the Dressage Summit, which was sponsored by the Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA) and the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF), was to provide a forum in which all members of the dressage community could discuss the future of dressage in Canada. At this summit, the participants, who represented a good cross-section of the dressage community, reached the following consensus:. The management team should also possess the following skills: organization, financial accruement, marketing and knowledge of the sport. The participants also decided that a committee be struck to prepare a report which would outline, in detail, a proposed structure of a new entity which could govern dressage. The committee, known as the Dressage Canada Working Group, worked on realizing the consensus of the January Summit into a viable business plan. The Dressage Canada Working Group found that although Dressage is one of the fastest growing sports in Canada, there are many challenges facing the sport of dressage. These challenges include: a governance structure which is factious and confusing; a multitude of organizations with no one organization having a full mandate to govern all aspects of dressage; no clear delineation of jurisdiction between various dressage organizations; a perception of lack of accountability to the dressage community; and a noticeable reduction in government funding. The proposed organizational structure for Dressage Canada is based on the need to balance accountability to the dressage community with the need to have an effective and efficient organization run by individuals with requisite business, accounting, finance, organizational structure, administration, and technical skills. The proposed structure is also based on the following assumptions:. Dressage in Canada will be run by the dressage community and will be self-governing. The CEF will delegate full authority with respect to the sport of dressage in Canada to Dressage Canada. Dressage Canada will be accountable to the dressage community through an elected Board of Directors. The business plan is based on an organizational model where Dressage Canada is governed by an elected Board of Directors and managed by an operations management team, appointed by the Board of Directors. Under this model, Dressage Canada will have four departments: Officials and Rules, Domestic Activities, High Performance Sport, and Communications and Marketing. Dressage Canada will be unique in that it will look after the needs, interests, and requirements of all dressage riders through a single body. Dressage Canada will provide" one stop shopping" for all members of the dressage community and will be committed to provide competent and dependable services which will be attractive, and beneficial, to the membership. Licencing of dressage horse shows and setting qualification criteria for championships. Creation and distribution of authoritative and up-to-date information for the entire dressage community( for example, a quarterly newsletter or magazine). Selection and organization of Canadian teams for international events. With the exception of a breed program, all other programs and services will be offered by Dressage Canada within the first fiscal year; particularly those services which presently exist. On January 23, 1999, a Dressage Summit was held in Ottawa and ran concurrent with the CEF convention. The purpose of the Dressage Summit, which was sponsored by the Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA) and the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF), was to provide a forum in which all members of the dressage community could discuss the future of dressage in Canada. The Summit was well attended( 65 participants) and the participants represented a good cross-section of the dressage community. For example, there were representatives from CADORA National, provincial CADORA groups, local CADORA groups( British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario, to name a few), Canadian International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), National Dressage Committee( NDC), Canadian Equestrian Team( CET), and CEF. Also in attendance were grassroots riders( from British Columbia to Newfoundland), team riders, judges, and stewards. The participants, with the assistance of Larry Brinker, CADORA President and Summit facilitator, tackled the following issues:. After the allocated time for discussion had elapsed, each group chose a presenter, who then provided a synopsis of their respective group's discussion. To the surprise of everyone, each group had independently reached the same conclusions. In terms of individual participants, the conclusions were almost unanimous! The consensus was as follows:. Another group suggested that the management team should reflect the following: grassroots, elite riders, regional differences, and technical aspects( i.e. The management team should also possess the following skills: organization, financial accruement, marketing and knowledge of the sport. Inspired by this unexpected turn of events and encouraged by the experiences of Desi Dillingham( British Dressage), it was decided by the participants that a committee be struck to prepare a report which would outline, in detail, a proposed structure of a new entity which could govern dressage. Furthermore, it was decided that the report would be completed and presented to the dressage community in two to three months. Participants then began to put forth names of individuals whom they felt would be able to complete such an onerous task within such strict time lines and would represent the dressage community. The following individuals were thereby selected by the participants: Betty Briggs, Larry Brinker, Sharon Brooks, Patricia Deptford, Elizabeth McMullen, and Patricia Rowe. A name for this committee was discussed by the participants and name selected was Dressage Canada Working Group. Over the following six months, the Dressage Canada Working Group has worked on realizing the consensus of the January Summit into a viable business plan. The results of this effort is the following business plan for a new organization called Dressage Canada. Be the governing organization which knows and meets the needs of the whole dressage community in Canada in its pursuit of excellence. To be a single governing body to develop and implement a consistent set of rules and standards for the dressage rider group. To provide a coherent dressage program( including education, certification of officials, high performance activities, and marketing) for all skill levels in the dressage community. To provide a coherent voice to represent the entire dressage community. To increase the number of sources of funding; thereby decreasing dependence on government funding and increasing ability of Dressage Canada to deliver quality services to the members. To ensure that the sport of dressage is governed by the dressage community. To increase the awareness of the sport of dressage in Canada and the image of Canadian dressage both domestically and internationally. To implement a management structure which will enable the delivery of quality service to all members of the dressage community. The goals of Dressage Canada will be supported by the following objectives:. To increase the proportion of non-governmental/ membership funding to 10% of total revenues by the end of first fiscal year. To elevate the skill/ knowledge level of the Canadian dressage community to recognized international standards. To appoint a transition Board of Directors who have the requisite skills and experience to give overall strategic direction. To appoint a transition management team who have the requisite skills and professional experience to make Dressage Canada operational. These groups serve their members on a local basis and are responsible for the deliverance of many programs because of the commitment of their volunteers. The present structure for the governance of dressage in Canada is factious and confusing. Given the size of the dressage community, there are too many organizations; with no one organization having a full mandate to govern all aspects of dressage. There is no clear delineation of jurisdiction between the various organizations. As a result, these organizations often become embroiled in" turf wars" with the consequence that there is no overall strategic direction and no common understanding of objectives and goals. This is primarily due to the fact that most positions of influence are obtained through appointment and there is no formal process of appointment or removal. Another challenge is the noticeable reduction in government funding; necessitating the consolidation of dressage and the pursuit of alternate sources of funding. Dressage in Canada is presently governed by three bodies; namely the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF), the National Dressage Committee( NDC), and the Canadian Equestrian Team( CET)( through the Dressage Management Committee( DMC)). The NDC( the result of a compromise between the CEF, CADORA, and the CET) was established in 1986 when Sport Canada decided to deal directly with each Olympic discipline for the purpose of funding allocation. The original members of the NDC were six persons: two appointed by the then President of the CEF; two appointed by CADORA; and two appointed by the CET. These were exciting times as the NDC created new policies with respect to judging rules; produced coaching manuals; published new rulebooks, and introduced new dressage tests. This position evolved over time to the position of Director Dressage, whose duties ranged from attending dressage committee meetings on behalf of the CEF and preparing Sport Canada submissions to receiving and processing judge s licenses for dressage and working with various NDC committees. The chairs and members of these committees are appointed and there is no formal process for appointment or removal. The Chair of the CET is appointed( and can be removed) by the President of the CEF and is usually also the Vice-President, FEI Disciplines. The mandate of the CET is to undertake the development, selection and training of all international teams in FEI disciplines and to supervise and manage these teams in international competitions. The CET is responsible for coordinating the fund-raising, marketing, public relations and other programs to assist athletes throughout Canada in attaining international calibre. Specific management of the Dressage Team riders and horses is undertaken by the Dressage Management Committee( DMC). The Chair of the Dressage Management Committee is appointed( and removed) by the Chair of the CET, in consultation with the President of the CEF. The mandate of the DMC is to manage and develop the Dressage Team and high performance athletes. The residual authority with respect to the governance of dressage rests with the CEF and this includes the link to the Fédération Equestre Internationale( FEI), licensing of horse shows, and working with Heritage Canada( Sport Canada) for funding. The CEF was established in 1977 when the Canadian Horse Shows Association merged with the Canadian Horse Council. The Canadian Equestrian Federation is a coast-to-coast network of riders, competition organizers, officials, coaches and horse enthusiast. The CEF is recognized by the FEI, the Canadian Olympic Association( COA) and Heritage Canada( Sport Canada) as the sole governing body for equestrian sport in Canada. The CEF is the point of contact with national equestrian federations in over100 countries. With over 11, 000 members and 24 affiliate organizations, the CEF represents more than 60, 000 people from top show jumpers to Pony Club members to individual horse owners. The CEF's mandate is to:( 1) promote equestrian sport in Canada;( 2) develop and enforce uniform rules and standards governing the conduct of all equestrian activity, exhibitions and competitions sponsored by the Federation;( 3) represent its members to government agencies on the Federal level;( 4) educate and licence judges, stewards and technical delegates who officiate at CEF recognized competitions;( 5) educate and certify coaches; and( 6) develop horses and riders to represent Canada at international competitions. A collective voice for the horse industry interests of all member organizations, the CEF acts as a liaison with various government departments, including Agriculture Canada. Issues which the CEF addresses include tax concerns, import/ export problems, border crossing and quarantine. The CEF is a volunteer-driven organization which maintains a national office located in Ottawa. The office provides central administration, as well as a link with provincial federations and affiliated organizations. Staff deal with the day-to-day functioning of the Federation while providing administrative support to the volunteer leadership. All riders who wish to show at national and provincial level shows must be members of the CEF( and provincial organizations) as these shows are governed by CEF rules( and use CEF tests) and are officiated by CEF officials. The Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA) was founded in 1969 as a national organization dedicated and is essentially a federation of local riding clubs. Presently there are 14 Directors, but there can be up to 5 Directors per province, depending on the number of CADORA members in each province( one Director per 100 members). With the exception of establishing the qualifications for participation in the Canadian National Dressage Championships( a power delegated to CADORA by the CEF), CADORA does not govern dressage. Membership in CADORA is not necessary to show in Canada, nor to qualify in Provincial or National Championships. CADORA provides members with various programs( education and award) and publications( notably the Omnibus and CADORA Ink). The Canadian International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), founded in[ year] is primarily concerned with issues affecting the high performance rider and advocates on their behalf. CIDRA has a representative on the Dressage Management Committee of the CET and the International Dressage Riders Association. Membership in CIDRA is not necessary to show in Canada or internationally, nor to be a member of the Canadian Dressage Team. The Canadian Dressage Supporters Club, founded in[ year] provides an avenue for those wishing to support the sport of dressage through fund raising. In addition to the above organizations, there are a variety of trust funds which have been established to promote the sport of dressage through the granting of cash awards. ORGANISATIONAL DESCRIPTION. The proposed organizational structure for Dressage Canada is based on the need to balance accountability to the dressage community with the need to have an effective and efficient organization run by individuals with requisite business, accounting, finance, organizational structure, administration, and technical skills. The proposed structure is also based on the following assumptions:. Dressage in Canada will be run by the dressage community and will be self-governing. The CEF( including the NDC and the CET) will delegate full authority with respect to the sport of dressage in Canada to Dressage Canada. Dressage Canada will be accountable to the dressage community through an elected Board of Directors. Dressage Canada will be a not-for-profit corporation incorporated under the laws of Canada. It will be governed by an elected Board of Directors and managed by an operations management team, appointed by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors will consist of a Chair, who will be the Chief Executive Officer of Dressage Canada, and four other Directors. One position on the Board will be reserved for an accountant and one position will be reserved for an individual who possess a high technical knowledge of the sport of dressage. The Chair of the Board of Directors will be elected by the Directors from amongst the Directors sitting on the Board. Generally, all members of the Board should possess financial, business, and administrative skills and excellent leadership qualities. Generally, the Board will set the strategic direction for Dressage Canada and, in particular, approve annual business plans, annual budgets, strategic plans and any major expenditures. During start-up and the first fiscal year, the Board of Directors will consist of appointed Directors. The Directors will be appointed by the Dressage Canada Working Group. In subsequent fiscal years, the Board of Directors will be elected by the fully paid-up members of Dressage Canada. A nominating committee, composed of members of Dressage Canada, will conduct a search of potential candidates( in accordance with the qualification criteria set out above) for nomination. The selection of the nominating committee members will be undertaken by the President of Dressage Canada and in consultation with the dressage Canada Board. In order to ensure regional representation, the nominating committee will be constituted as follows:. Pacific( British Columbia, Yukon, and Northwest Territories): 1 representative. Central( Ontario Quebec, and Nunavut): 2 representatives. Atlantic( New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island,. the Chair, accountant member and technical member will have terms of three years and the remaining members will hold terms of two years. The Management Team of Dressage Canada will consist of a President, a Vice-President of Officials and Rules, a Vice-President of Domestic Activities, a Vice-President of High Performance Sport, and a Vice-President of Communications and Marketing. Members of the Management Team will be accountable to the Board of Directors through the President. This review will be based, in part, on past performance in relation to business plans submitted by each member of the Management Team. During start-up and the first fiscal year, members of the Management Team will be appointed by the Dressage Canada Working Group. The Management Team will be responsible for the preparation of business plans and budgets for each division of Dressage Canada. The Management Team will also oversee the day to day operations of Dressage Canada; thereby ensuring compliance with the foregoing and consistency with the overall strategic direction established by the Board of Directors. Each Vice-President will be responsible for the management and administration of their respective division. Members of the Management Team must possess financial, business, management, and administrative skills. Additionally, the Vice-President of Marketing and Communications should have demonstrated experience in marketing. The services to be provided by each division are as follows:. certification of all judges and stewards who officiate at all Canadian dressage shows, except those run under the auspices of the FEI. identification, implementation, and evaluation of a program to recruit and develop officials. review applications for new officials and for the promotion of licensed officials. administer and adjudicate all disciplinary proceedings against Canadian dressage officials. develop and administer education and training programs for dressage riders and coaches. develop and administer( including qualifications criteria) provincial, regional, and national championships. develop and administer a breeding program which will encourage Canadian breeders to breed dressage horses. liaise and partner with other dressage organizations, and particularly local dressage groups. establish qualification criteria for membership on Canadian dressage teams, including Young Riders and Junior Young Riders. listing, selection, and carding of Canadian dressage team members, including Young Riders and Junior Young Riders. liaise and partner with other organizations which represent high performance athletes. For the first fiscal year, Dressage Canada will have two employees; namely an Executive Assistant to the President and one administrative support staff person. The Executive Assistant to the President will provide technical support to the Management Team and will liaise with each Vice-President and the CEF and coordinate the exchange of information. The Executive Assistant will assist in the preparation of Sport Canada applications, business plans, budgets, and any other report required by the President or Board of Directors. Finally, the Executive Assistant will be responsible for the booking of judges for national championships, CDI, World Cup, and Canadian dressage team selection trials; travel arrangements for Canadian dressage team riders, horses, coaches, and officials; submission of Canadian dressage team entries; and minutes of Management Team meetings. Administrative support staff will perform duties such as secretarial services, mailing out membership renewal forms, receiving membership forms, maintain show results data base, answering inquires, and distribution of news magazine. In order to ensure that Dressage Canada s programs and services are accessible to all, it is necessary that Dressage Canada partner with local riding groups in the deliverance of its programs and services. The benefits of falling under the Dressage Canada corporate umbrella are: the protection of limited liability, group insurance, and the dissemination of local news through a national newsletter. Dressage Canada will be unique in that it will look after the needs, interests, and requirements of all dressage riders through a single body. Dressage Canada will provide" one stop shopping" for all members of the dressage community. Dressage Canada will be committed to provide competent and dependable services which will be attractive, and beneficial, to the membership. Small and skilled Board of Directors, which is accountable to the members of Dressage Canada. One organization servicing all the needs of the dressage community. Strong leadership through a small and skilled Board of Directors will provide the strategic direction that dressage in Canada presently lacks. By providing for terms longer than one year, Directors will be able to undertake long term planning and there will be more stability in the leadership and management of Dressage Canada. Furthermore, an elected Board will ensure that Dressage Canada reflects the needs, interests, and requirements its members. A skilled and professional Management Team will again provide leadership and enable the Board of Directors to focus on the" big picture". The day to day operations of Dressage Canada will be in the hands of a Management Team that has the experience and skills to ensure that the organization will deliver services that are notable for their level of competence, dependability, responsiveness, integrity, and attention to detail. Although volunteers will continue to be the backbone of any not-for-profit organization, the management of such organizations now requires professional staff due to the difficulty in finding highly skilled volunteers who can devote the time to the organization; the increase in sophistication and complexity of fund-raising; and higher demands placed on such organizations to be competitive and more accountable to members. The contribution of employees and volunteers to the success of Dressage Canada will be acknowledged and fostered through the introduction of employee and volunteer reward programs, including incentive packages as well as special recognition of employees and volunteers( eg. The work environment of Dressage Canada will reflect the Vision Statement and values of Dressage Canada. Presently, if a dressage rider wishes to compete in dressage on the National circuit and be eligible for local, provincial and national awards, they are required to join three or four organizations, depending upon the province. Under the same scenario and with Dressage Canada in place, that same dressage rider will only be required to join one organization( i.e Dressage Canada) and write one cheque. Dressage Canada fees will be graduated and the fee payable by each member will be determined by the number of Dressage Canada services the member uses. Accordingly, a rider who competes occasionally will pay a lesser fee than a rider who is a Level II coach, judges and shows on the National circuit. Fees will be payable to Dressage Canada and, in addition to access to the services provided by Dressage Canada, members will receive an automatic membership to the CEF. In order to attract the targeted membership market of young riders and re-entry riders, Dressage Canada s marketing strategy and communication plan will promote the sport of dressage as: fun, an art form, an athletic activity, an opportunity to interact with another life form, and intellectually challenging. The first task that will be completed after the appointment of the Board of Directors and the Management Team is the transfer of authority and budgets from the CEF, NDC, and the CET/ DMC to Dressage Canada. This transfer will occur in December 1999 to ensure the least disruption in service and prior to the renewal of membership to the CEF. Once the transfer is complete, Dressage Canada will provide the following services:. Licencing of dressage horse shows and setting qualification criteria for championships. Creation and distribution of authoritative and up-to-date information for the entire dressage community( for example, a quarterly newsletter or magazine). Selection and organization of Canadian teams for international events. With the exception of a breed program, all other programs and services will be offered by Dressage Canada within the first fiscal year; particularly those services which presently exist. However, all pre-existing services will be subject to review and evaluation in order to ensure that Dressage Canada provides services which are not only delivered in an efficient and effective manner, but are services which reflect the needs and desires of the membership. This review and evaluation is to be completed by the end of the second fiscal year with results and recommendations for each division compiled in a report to the Board of Directors. Once the report is accepted by the Board of Directors, it will be implemented by each Division of Dressage Canada, in accordance with the Division s area of responsibility.
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    • Home - http://www.docon.com/~cadora/
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        Document Excerpt: A National, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of Dressage in Canada. Is Is managed on a volunteer basis by its members and a Board of Directors elected yearly by the membership from each of the provinces. It is an officially affiliated member of the Canadian Equestrian Federation. To foster and encourage interest and participation in dressage riding as a sport through ongoing rider qualification workshops, awards programs and competitions. To ensure progressions that will advance rider/ horse teams to competitive International levels. To provide competitions, matches, demonstrations involving dressage riding accessible to all regions of the country. To promote throughout Canada development of the sport consisten with the principles of Dressage as formulated by the International governing body of the Equestrian Olympic Disciplines, the FEI. To raise funds by way of donations, dues, bursaries for educational purposes and otherwise to further the objectives of the corporation.
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    • CMHA - Canadian Morgan Horse Association - http://www.osha.igs.net/~cmha/.index.htm
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        Document Excerpt: CMHA- Canadian Morgan Horse Association. CANADIAN MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION, Inc. The CMHA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Morgan Horse in Canada. The versatility of this family horse can be seen in the show ring, pulling a carriage, reining in the cattle, enduring a 100 mile ride, prancing around the dressage ring, jumping an oxer, dashing through the snow in an antique cutter or teaching a four year old to walk-trot. Updated Morgan Sales List from the New Brunswick Morgan Horse Club. Updated Morgan Sales List from the New Brunswick Morgan club. The latest news including the CMHA Job Opening and an update to the 2000 Convention has been updated on the main page. The 1999 High Point Awards: National Awards, Zone Awards, Justin Morgan Honours for Pure Breds and Part Breds have been added! Congratulations to the winners. This website is published by the CMHA office in beautiful Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
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    • Dressage Canada Business Plan - http://www.equestrian.ca/dcbp1.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Canada Business Plan. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. On January 23, 1999, a Dressage Summit was held in Ottawa. The purpose of the Dressage Summit, which was sponsored by the Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA) and the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF), was to provide a forum in which all members of the dressage community could discuss the future of dressage in Canada. At this summit, the participants, who represented a good cross-section of the dressage community, reached the following consensus:. The management team should also possess the following skills: organization, financial accruement, marketing and knowledge of the sport. The participants also decided that a committee be struck to prepare a report which would outline, in detail, a proposed structure of a new entity which could govern dressage. The committee, known as the Dressage Canada Working Group, worked on realizing the consensus of the January Summit into a viable business plan. The Dressage Canada Working Group found that although Dressage is one of the fastest growing sports in Canada, there are many challenges facing the sport of dressage. These challenges include: a governance structure which is factious and confusing; a multitude of organizations with no one organization having a full mandate to govern all aspects of dressage; no clear delineation of jurisdiction between various dressage organizations; a perception of lack of accountability to the dressage community; and a noticeable reduction in government funding. The proposed organizational structure for Dressage Canada is based on the need to balance accountability to the dressage community with the need to have an effective and efficient organization run by individuals with requisite business, accounting, finance, organizational structure, administration, and technical skills. The proposed structure is also based on the following assumptions:.
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    • WebCrawler Kids & Family: Pets & Animals: Horses: Horse Racing: Stables - http://www.webcrawler.com/kids_and_family/pets_and_animals/horses/horse_racing/s...
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        Document Excerpt: WebCrawler Kids& Family: Pets& Animals: Horses: Horse Racing: Stables. Home: Kids& Family: Horses: Horse Racing: Stables. -- Choose a Channel-- Arts& Books Autos Careers Computers& Internet Education Entertainment Games Health Home& Real Estate Kids& Family Money& Investing My Page News People& Chat Relationships Shopping Small Business Sports& Recreation Travel. Maynard's Southlands Equestrian Centre- Maynard's Southlands Equestrian Centre is a forty stall boarding barn, located within the City of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Woodgate Stables- Scenic guided trail rides, day trip, and overnight rides are available from this facility on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Canyon Oaks Stables- Describes facilities, training, and sale horses available for boarding and showing in hunter, jumper, and dressage. Curragh Equestrian Center- Full-service boarding and training facility with schooling horse trials and dressage shows, camps, adult courses, and instruction. Everglade Arabians- Describes facilities, sale horses and stallions, and fees. Oxbow Stables- Stables in Hamburg, New Jersey, with the emphasis on dressage and combined training, boasts an indoor arena. Clare-B Training Center- Offers training for horses and riders developing a foundation of dressage basics. Bar-or Ranch- Twenty-five horse dressage training and boarding facility in Pt. Fulmer International- Offers breaking and training through Grand Prix levels, riding instruction in dressage, stadium jumping, and cross country, and breeding courses. Horse Stables in the SF Bay Area- Extensive list of addresses and phone numbers of stables in the San Francisco Bay area. Denville-Kanani Farm- Combined training and dressage stable gives description of facilities, horses for sale, show schedule, and bed& breakfast. Chesapeake Central Equestrian- Trish Ringgold describes her instruction and horse training, suggests links, and posts a calendar of events in the area. - Premier Holsteiner warmblood and thoroughbred breeding farm shows pedigree and performance of breeding stallions and sale horses. Forever Green Stables- Read about the clinics, events, sale horses, boarding, and training at this Canadian Equestrian stable. Quatre Vents Equestrian Center- Examine the lodgings, and explore the riding options presented by the center, located in the Appalachian mountains, Quebec, Canada. Brandywine Farm- Facility provides boarding, dressage training, clinics, a sport horse breeding program, and sale horses. Ebon Stables- Provides boarding, show facilities, camps, and instruction in dressage, hunter, and jumper. Select Equestrian Properties- Network of real estate agents specializes in selling country property. Heart L Ranch- Show-quality miniature horse stable offers stallion services, sale horses, and training in jumping, driving, and halter conditioning. Fleetwood Equestrian Center- Offers camps and lessons for all levels and all styles of riding and features a question and answer section. K& K Stables- Sleigh rides are offered in addition to boarding, horse training, lessons, trails, summer camps, and parties in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. M& H Stables- Horse stables in Naples, FL provide a company history, a list and description of services, and contact information. Cavallo Farm- Competitive hunt seat facility in Chantilly, Virginia, for students serious about competition. Willow Oaks Farm- Located in Bryans Road, Maryland, the facility offers boarding, training, riding lessons, and trails. Academy Riding Stables- Offering one, two, and three hour rides through the Garden of the Gods in Manitou Springs, Colorado. Double M Ranch- See the horses, trails, and accommodations provided on these rides in the Great Smoky Mountains, on tennessee walking horses. Rocken B Ranches- Go west to Wimberley, Texas, for trail rides, lessons and chuck wagon suppers complete with gunfighters, or just visit the online bookstore. Western Encounters- Trail rides, cattle drives and challenging mountain treks feature on these holidays in the open spaces of Wyoming. Applegate Stables- Equine services include riding and equitation lessons, conditioning, training, boarding, and Tennessee walking horse and racking horse breeders. Emerald Springs Ranch- Quarter horse ranch in the Adirondack Mountains offers accommodations, trail riding, lessons, camps, and breeding. Cytraas Farm- Facility imports, breeds, and trains Icelandic horses, and is associated with the Arbakki Farm in Iceland. Crown Hill Farms- Equine facility specializes in Appaloosa horses, offering boarding. Hoofbeats of Vermont- Thetford Center, VM stables offers pictures of its horses and trails. Cedar Ridge Arabians- Five-hundred acre farm in Minnesota features stabling, training, and breeding barns for Arabian horses. Duncan Island Ranch- Barn and training facility features photos of their Arabian mares, stallions, and fillies. Wildwood Stable- Vacation with your horse, or take a scenic carriage tour along historic carriage roads in the Acadia National Park. Azgard Farms Cyber Stable- Full service horse barn in San Antonio offers lessons and breeding of American saddlebred horses, with link to the Amer. Crazy Acres Farms- Lists consignment horses and services such as breaking and training, pole bending, barrel racing, and pony parties for kids birthdays. Haycock Stables- Located in Perkasie, PA, the stables instructors cater for novice to experienced riders. Eagle Nest Ranch- Natural horsemanship trainers offer group and private lessons, clinics, and training at Eagle Nest Ranch in Castro Valley, California. Bit-O-Honey Farm- Specializes in breeding golden palomino, part-Arabian horses. Circle" S" Horse& Outfitters Service- Boards, sells, buys, and trains horses and features accommodations for hunting and fishing vacations, with overnight facilities for horses. Stonefence Stables- Located in Ogdensburg, New York, the stables offers lessons, guided trail rides, picnic rides, and sleigh and hay rides. Jesse James Riding Stables- Retrace the tracks of Jesse James on horseback in Cave City, Kentucky, then try your hand at miniature golf and hang-gliding. CLW Quarter& Paint Horses- Shows their selection of stallions and horses for sale, with photos and descriptions. Leatherwood Mountains- Glimpse the scenery and view cabins available for a remote, wilderness riding holiday in North Carolina. Riding Academies& Stables- Internet Bus. Directory- Listing telephone numbers for some riding academies and stables in Oklahoma. Blue Springs Farm- Upstate NY farm specializes in breeding and sales of registered thoroughbreds. Appletrees Farm- See the details of the services provided in Lincoln, Massachusetts, including riding lessons, horse leasing, and camps for youngsters. Ricochet Ridge Ranch- Californian ranch offers beach and forest riding getaways, trail and endurance seminars, and international holidays. El Camino Ranch- Breeding and training center for high-stepping English saddle-seat horses also offers amateur programs. Casa de Ladera- Paso Fino Horses- Dedicated to the breeding, raising, and training of the American Paso Fino Horse, this small farm offers boarding, lessons, and demonstrations. Piedra River Resort- Stay in cabins in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and venture out on trail rides, cowboy cookouts, fishing excursions, and summer pack trips. Bob Loomis Ranch- Gives training rates, horses for sale, and breeding services. Five Springs Farm- Cumming, Georgia- Specializes in flat shod Tennessee walking and spotted saddle horses for breeding, sales, and training on trail rides and field trials. Great Southwest Equestrian Center- Center in Katy, Texas, has extensive show facilities, including four indoor arenas. Association of Riding Establishments- Find contact details and services of stables which are members of this association in Ontario, with their animal welfare and safety standards. Conquest Performance Horses- Specializes in breeding, consultation, and sales of purebred Arabian horses. Boone's Farm& Stables- Offers training, breeding, and a riding academy for American saddlebred horses. Smokey Mountains Riding Stables- Select from a range of stables offering trail riding in and around the Smokey Mountains, TN, as well as night rides and weddings on horseback. Lake Glendale Stables- Saddle up for a horseback trail ride through the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois. Campbell Valley Riding Stables- Plan a ride through the Campbell Valley National Park, forty minutes from Vancouver. Cool Breeze Farm- Offers services such as behavior training, musical freestyle, cross country, magnetic therapy, and dressage. Bookmark WebCrawler&# 183; About Excite&# 183; Advertise on WebCrawler&# 183; Add your URL. Excite,@ Home, the Excite logo, the@ Home logo and Webcrawler are service marks or registered service marks of At Home Corporation in the United States and other countries.
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    • Dressage in Canada - http://www.igs.net/~vkirkwoodhp/cadora.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage in Canada. Dressage in Canada. Canadian Dressage Owners&# 38; Riders Association Incorporated( CADORA Inc. The purpose of CADORA is to foster an interst among horsemen/ women and the general public in basic dressage as needed by hunters, jumpers and 3-day eventers as well as those interested in the higher levels of specialized dressage riding and showing. CADORA sponsors competitions, clinics, training courses and lectures and has a library of training films. The Amazing New Dressage Test( For Horses Unsuitable to Become Anything).
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    • Bull's Canadian Sites on the Web - http://www.cbull.com/canadian.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Bull's Canadian Sites on the Web. Datacom Advertising Solutions. This is only PART of a HUGE site called BEST SITES FOR WOMEN with fun, safe, educational sites for women and their families INCLUDING THOUSANDS of original free GRAPHICS- so don't forget to explore the rest of the site* wink* Enjoy yourself. ACTIVE LIVING ALLIANCE- This is a group of many associations wanting to help disabled Canadians. ADVENTURE GUIDE- Has camping equipment and supplies from canoes to hiking boots and backpacks!. BODY BREAK- Join Joanne McLeod and Hal Johnson for" Body Break" all about fitness, and nutrition and they have great recipes. BRAMPTON COSMETIC SURGERY& LASER CLINIC- Dr. CANADA INFO- This is a great site, easy to navigate and well done! And guess what! MY SITE will be a FEATURED SITE from December 6 th to December 12 th! I even got a free T-shirt from them! Thank you, Beata, for your site and your support. CANADA NEWSWIRE- All Canadian news in English and French- all the latest news. CANADIAN CANOE ROUTES- planning a canoe trip? This has ideas and tips for you for Ontario or Quebec canoe trips/. CANADIAN CAREERS- Finding jobs for Canadians since 1996. CANADIAN CELEBRITIES- Jen has done a great job! She has put together profiles and pics of all YOUR FAVOURITES!. CANADIAN COWBOY- This is a site in Alberta where all those handsome cowboys are. CANADIAN DRESSAGE OWNERS& RIDERS ASSOCIATION( CADORA). ( the Canadian Hockey page I had here is now a dead link- I'll have to search for a different one for you- I found HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA and it's pretty good...under" H"). CANADIAN LAW LIBRARY- recently updated link( Jan.5/ 98). CANADIAN NATIVE ARTS& CRAFTS- Very beautiful work. CLASSICS& BEYOND- CBC RADIO CLASSICAL MUSIC. CANADIAN REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION( CREA)- Canadian Real Estate's MLS page. CANADIAN ROCKHOUND- the Rockhounds are people who are interested in minerals and rocks and gems. I took Geology in University and it was really interesting and I remember being very impressed with the minerals and gems at the ROM. CANADIAN SAFETY COUNCIL- ELMER THE ELEPHANT. CANADIAN SPORT& FITNESS- THE CENTRE. CANADIAN SUICIDE INFO& EDUCATION CENTRE. CANADIAN SUMMER CAMPS- It's not too late to send your child to camp! There are some GREAT Canadian camps listed here( a lot of them have forms you can print out and fax to the camp too). CANADIAN WOMEN'S HEALTH NETWORK- for more Health& Medical info for women, please see my Women's Health& Medical Page of my site with LOTS of helpful info for you. CANADIAN YELLOW PAGES- do you REALLY have a phonebook for every province in Canada? This site means you don't have to. CUISINE CANADA- a group of Canadian culinary professionals have formed this site. DEAF ORGANIZATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA- Canadian organizations for the deaf listed here for you. EASY FOCUS- compilation of sites in the Orangeville/ Shelburne area. This is a new site, but will eventually cover the surrounding areas too...for us" country folk"! Thanks, Tom& Tina!. EDUCATION 4 KIDS-( Edu4kids)- Kids site with language, math, science and social studies games and tricks and drills to help them learn. FEDERATION OF CANADIAN ARTISTS- You can join this great Vancouver based group online- or just check out their demonstrations and exhibitions, and even order an instructional video from them! I really liked this site, but then I consider myself an artist too* grin*. GOLF NET CANADA- List of Canadian golf clubs and you can reserve a spot online( Also see the" Royal Canadian Golf Association" under" R"). HEALTH CANADA'S TRAVEL HEALTH INFO- I have TONS of health& medical info including more medical type sites( Canadian and international) at my WOMEN'S HEALTH& MEDICAL SECTION. INTERNATIONAL BLIND SPORTS ASSOCIATION- It's not really" all" Canadian, but has a lot of info for Canadians with swimming, soccer etc. INTERSECTION MAGAZINE- This is a Toronto based entertainment magazine with information about fashion, movie reviews, band interviews, music, the Arts, Toronto weather, travel in the city, club listings and reviews, and more. MICROSOFT- Canadian site for support and Q& A about your Microsoft products. MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES- all kinds of info here- take a tour of one of the beautiful Canadian parks, plan your trip with the use of the LISTS OF NATIONAL PARKS. MIX 99.9 MUSIC STATION- This is great! Great music and fun interactive screensaver and more. MONTREAL ICE STORM- Info page all about the terrible ice storm that crippled Montreal and parts of Ontario. MOOSEJAW- Some school students in Saskatchewan created this great site all about Moosejaw. ONTARIO CAMPING GUIDE- maps, facilities available, activities listed. ONTARIO RESORTS& HOTELS- this is another section of my own site, with bed and breakfast spots, inns, hotel accomodations in Ontario, as well as a list( and links) of activities to do. OPSEU ONLINE- Ontario Public Service Employees. PEACEKEEPERS HOMEPAGE- These men are very special to Canada and are working hard to help us achieve peace throughout the whole world. PITCH-IN CANADA- This is a very good, informative site about waste reduction and garbage and how it affects your life and community, and what to do to minimize your garbage and save our environment. QUEBEC CAMPING GUIDE- campgrounds throughout Quebec. REMEMBER ME- Canadian Scrapbooking Company- This is an online store just outside of Vancouver that sells Scrapbooks and scrapbook supplies. ROCK KIDS- ADVENTURE CAMP. ROOTS- the clothing store- I remember when they first started up in Toronto way back in the 70's and they're still selling great stuff!.RUNNER'S WORLD- Canadian magazine dedicated to runners with a calculator you can use on their site to predict your running time( before you go out!) Good idea. RUNNING ROOM- Canadian running events and races listed here. SCHOOLNET- School closed? Homework problems? Get all the info you need from this site.Also learn about the Time Capsule the schools across Canada are putting together for the year 2000, to be opened twenty years later!. SNOWBIRDS- Now these men DESERVE a visit! We Canadians are very proud of our Snowbirds- we've taken the kids to see them quite a few times over the years, and it is always entertaining and amazing to watch these pilots fly and the maneuvers they perform for us. TRANS CANADA TRAIL- Thanks Shannon, for telling me about this site!-" Uniting Canadians from one end of the country to the other"- Come and visit and spread the word!. TUPPERWARE Get your tupperware online now- Updated Jan.18, 2000 with new web address. UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH- Lots of great stuff here, pages of HTML help, Student resources, and of course, info about this great University. WATERLOO CITY TOUR- I went to Waterloo University and my boyfriend was at Wilfred Laurier and we had a great time! This site will give you a map of Waterloo area with all the landmarks and spots of interest to check out. WOMEN ARTISTS IN CANADA- Just one of the topics covered in CANADA'S DIGITAL COLLECTIONS of sites at the site archives. I ALSO HAVE A GREAT SECTION FOR THOSE OF YOU INTERESTED IN ONTARIO RESORTS AND HOTELS WITH ALL KINDS OF GREAT SPOTS TO VISIT, INCLUDING BED AND BREAKFAST SPOTS AND ACTIVITIES TO DO WHILE YOU'RE IN ONTARIO. Don't forget to visit my GRAPHICS SECTION BULL'S BACKGROUNDS, BUTTONS& BARS with THOUSANDS of original FREE GRAPHICS FOR YOU!!. this is a relatively new section of my site which has actually been really interesting for me, and has helped me learn more about Canada- What a great Country we live in!!.
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    • Canadian Dressage Team Announces Resignation of National Coach - http://www.junior-riders.com/news/america/canada/uwesauer.html
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Dressage Team Announces Resignation of National Coach. Canadian Dressage News:. Canadian Dressage Team Announces Resignation of National Coach. Ottawa, Ontario--- It is with great disappointment that the Canadian Dressage Team announces the resignation of their National Coach, Mr. Sauer has resigned partially due to time commitments, as he felt that his short trips to Canada did not allow him to completely fulfill his responsibility of developing and preparing the talents of our Canadian horses and riders. Sauer demonstrated a high level of expertise and was an invaluable asset to the Canadian Dressage Team, leading them to both individual and team bronze medals at the 1997 North American Dressage Championships in Maryland. Pictured: Penny Rockx- Zavitz on Winsome for Canada.
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    • DRESSAGE CANADA RENEWAL - http://www.cybertap.com/dcib/dressage_canada_renewal.htm
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        Document Excerpt: DRESSAGE CANADA RENEWAL. DRESSAGE CANADA RENEWAL. On November 26, 1999 in Montreal, approximately 25 representatives of Canada s dressage community came together and with the assistance of a facilitator, reached agreement upon a number of principles and a general plan and timeline to establish" Dressage Canada" as a single entity within the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF). This brief was written by the facilitator and summarizes the principles of agreement and the general plan for creating the new entity, Dressage Canada. Presently, four different organizations are involved in the administration and promotion of the sport of dressage in Canada:. For several years there have been discussions about simplifying the governance structure of dressage. In January 1998, CADORA and the CEF sponsored a Dressage Summit in Ottawa to discuss the future of dressage in Canada. At this meeting, consensus was reached on a number of points, and a Working Group was established to prepare a Business Plan for dressage in Canada. The Business Plan was released in September 1999 and formed the basis for continued discussions at the November 26, 1999 meeting. The effort to restructure dressage in Canada has paralleled efforts to restructure the CEF. CEF should be a single legal entity with autonomous internal divisions to represent the different sectors of the equine community, including sport. CEF should have a seamless, flow-through membership structure and a less confusing system for members paying dues and fees. CEF should be more accountable to its membership through an elected governance structure. In January 2000, the members of CEF will consider a vote on a new Constitution and Bylaws that will create a new structure for CEF reflecting the above principles. This timeline has perhaps created an increased sense of urgency within the dressage community to complete its own restructuring process. The goals and objectives of the dressage renewal project are similar to the goals of the CEF restructuring project- that is, to create a single entity that speaks with one voice, to have a seamless membership, to have an elected governance structure that is small and lean, and to be economically viable and financially self-sufficient. The dressage renewal project should create a single governing body for dressage, called Dressage Canada, that will operate as an autonomous committee within the Sport Division of the new CEF. Dressage Canada should govern and coordinate all dressage activities in Canada, including providing programs for all levels of skill within the dressage community. Dressage Canada should be governed by a small, elected board representing the dressage community in Canada. It should be noted that the creation of a new single entity within the corporate structure of the CEF does not necessarily mean that organizations like CADORA or CIDRA will disappear. The members of CADORA and CIDRA can determine for themselves whether their organizations will cease operations, merge with the CEF, or continue to exist, perhaps in modified format or in pursuit of different purposes. Proposal for Restructuring of Dressage Canada. Over the period January 2000 to January 2001, to develop a detailed structural and financial plan for the implementation of Dressage Canada, as described generally in this brief, by January 2001. To be the governing Board for Dressage Canada for the period January 2001 to January 2002- this will include setting up the Dressage Canada committees( as described more fully below). To establish a Nominating Committee to seek nominations for election to the Board, and to oversee the process to elect a Board for January 2002. The operations of the four key dressage organizations( CADORA, CIDRA, NDC, DMC/ CET) will not change in the first year while the Interim Board carries out its work. Membership requirements for the four organizations also remain unchanged for the year 2000. - The Interim Board will consist of five persons, one appointed by each of the four organizations involved in dressage in Canada( CADORA, CIDRA, NDC, DMC/ CET) and one appointed by CEF. The members of the Interim Board will be named by their respective organizations by mid-December 1999. - The Interim Board will report directly to the CEF Executive Committee in May 2000, October 2000 and January 2001. - After January 2002 Dressage Canada will be governed by a Board of five persons, elected-at-large by the members of CEF involved in dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada. To ensure the best balance of regional representation, candidates for election will be recruited through a Nominating Committee in advance of elections. As well, the Board will have the authority to appoint an additional member, if deemed necessary to provide a certain expertise( such as financial expertise). - The Committees of Dressage Canada will include the following:. Committees will be chaired by individuals who are not Board members, who are either appointed to the position by the Board or elected to the position from the membership. Each Chair will constitute his/ her committee according to terms of reference established by the Board. To the greatest extent possible, Chairpersons of committees will be elected- however, it is recognized that this might not be possible immediately but would need to be phased-in over time. The proposed contributions of CADORA and CIDRA were conditional upon their respective memberships endorsing the contribution. The Interim Board may find that consulting assistance, administrative support and additional funds are necessary.
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    • Canadian Eventing News - http://www.darwood.ca/news/
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Eventing News. Intercity Insurance Services Inc. USET Announces Short List For Sydney Olympics. 2000 Olympic Selection Trials& Point Standings( Updated). NAYRC To Be Televised on the Outdoor Life Network and Fox Sports. Weather- Canada Day Combined Test/ Fox Hill Horse Trials/ Bird's Hill 3 Day Event. Kelowna Westbank Horse Trials/ Napierville Horse Trials. Ottawa, Ontario--- The Three Day Event Selection Committee is pleased to announce the names of the Short Listed horse/ rider combinations for the Three Day Event competition at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, AUS. Clayburn, BC- ‘SOWETO’, longtime partner of Canadian Eventer Chelan Kozak was retired from advanced level competition last year at the Rolex CCI**** after a super cross-country round. Bromont, QC-" This sport has a way of giving and taking," observed Karen O'Connor after two dropped rails moved her from first to third at the conclusion of the Bromont International Three-Day Event. Contact us through the website to find out how you can write for Canadian Eventing News in 2000.
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    • ARABIANSites Classifieds: TA MORAFFLES+ - Canadian National Champion Dressage Arabian Gelding for Sale Horse Canada - http://arabiansites.com/dressage/moraffles.htm
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        Document Excerpt: ARABIANSites Classifieds: TA MORAFFLES+- Canadian National Champion Dressage Arabian Gelding for Sale Horse Canada. PRICED TO SELL!. Canadian National Reserve Champion, First Level Dressage. TA Moraffles+ has personality, presence and an excellent disposition.
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    • Canada's Gina Smith Makes World Cup Dressage Final Debut - http://www.equijournal.com/equestrian/canada271.shtml
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        Document Excerpt: News from the Canadian Equestrian Team. Dortmund, Germany--- March 27, 2000--- Canada’s Gina Smith of Brockville, ON, finished in fourteenth position overall yesterday in the annual World Cup Dressage Final, held March 23-26 in ‘s-Hertongenbosch, NED. Competing against the top dressage riders in the world, Smith earned a percentage of 60.20% in the grand prix with Fledermaus, a 13-year-old grey Dutch Warmblood gelding by Purioso. Riding the 17-year-old Oldenburg gelding, Gestion Bonfire, Van Grunsven earned 76.24% in the grand prix followed by 83.13% in the Freestyle. The Dutch dominated this year’s Final with Coby Van Baalen and Olympic Ferro finishing in second position while Arjen Teeuwissen and Gestion Goliath T were third. Smith, a 1988 Olympic bronze medallist, spent time in Germany training with her long-time coach, Jo Hinnemann, in preparation for the Final. Smith earned her World Cup berth, and also celebrated her 42nd birthday, by winning the 1999 Swarovski Canadian League Dressage Final at last November's Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, ON.
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    • Horses in Canada: Canadian Horse Page - http://www.horsescanada.com/canadian.html
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        Document Excerpt: Horses in Canada: Canadian Horse Page. Canadian Horse Breed Description. Most commonly black, but some Canadian Horses are bay to light chestnut. Twenty mares and two stallions were selected, but only twelve mares and the two stallions survived the rough ocean voyage. In 1667, another stallion and two mares arrived in New France. Only the strongest survived the harsh winters, and through the generations, they became smaller in size. These horses had to endure conditions of extreme weather, hard use and sparse food, and they developed a phenomenal hardiness for which the breed is renowned. Because the Canadian Horses were so useful to Quebec area farmers in the early years, their numbers rose quickly. In 1852 the Quebec Board of Agriculture supported the new breeds, and withdrew support for the Canadian horses. Showring classes at fairs were no longer available for the Canadians, and the mares were more and more being bred to stallions of other breeds. Barnard, sounded the warning that it was foolish to allow a breed known for hardiness and endurance to disappear. Gradually, the Canadian started gaining in popularity, and showring classes at Quebec fairs were reinstated. The Board of Agriculture embraced the breed once again, and set up experimental farms in the province to restore the breed. In 1913, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture started a breeding program at Cap Rouge. Mated to the Canadian stallion Wilfrid, she dropped a black stallion colt who was to become the most influential sire of the breed. The few that were exported received high praise, but the larger breeds continued to dominate the farming scene. As tractors became numerous, all heavy and medium-weight work horses lost favour, and their numbers declined. Despite the efforts of dedicated breeders to save the breed, their numbers dwindled to a low of about 400 in 1976. Although they are most commonly used for driving, they are also found participating in dressage, jumping, eventing, packing, endurance, plowing and ranch work. It is interesting to note that the Canadian Horse was used in the development of other North American breeds, such as the American Saddlebred, the Tennessee Walking Horse, the Standardbred, and the Morgan.
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    • EquiSearch: Online - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1999news/nf_cet5.28.html
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        Document Excerpt: EquiSearch: Online. SEARCH OUR SITE. Stallion Directory. May 28, 1999-- Ottawa, Ontario--- The Canadian Equestrian Federation is pleased to announce that the 1999 National Dressage Committee Annual Coaches and Athlete Development Seminars will feature renowned international trainer and coach Conrad Schumacher of Germany. The seminars will be held on October 2-3, at the Cloverdale Agriplex in Cloverdale, British Columbia, and the following weekend, October 30-31, at York Equestrian Centre in East Gwillimbury, Ontario. Participating horse/ rider combinations will be carefully selected to ensure that the teaching demonstrations allow for maximum understanding of exercises and techniques at every level of development. The sessions are open to everyone and spectators are welcome for a cost of$ 75.00 for the two-day seminar. Schumacher currently trains Britain's top level Grand Prix riders and the United States elite Young Riders. He has also trained European Championship, World Championship and Olympic medal winning riders such as Ellen Bontje, Sven Rothenberger and Gonnalien Rothenberger. Registration forms for spectators are available from Cara Whitham, Director Dressage, Canadian Equestrian Federation, tel:( 613) 248-3433 ext. All cheques should be payable to the National Dressage Committee.
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    • Equestrian Sport in Canada - http://www.equestrian.ca/cefmain.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Equestrian Sport in Canada. 2000 competition list CEF Passports FEI Passports Membership Officials Coaching Awards Affiliates Provinces Manuals News& Media Releases Links of Interest Staff List Site Map Code of Ethics Harassment Policy Gift Shop Horse Industry Study Pan Am Results. Become a Member. Get the Bank of Montreal MasterCard( R) card that supports the Canadian Equestrian Federation today and show your support for your organization. " To ensure fast, effective medical treatment in any emergency, anywhere you ride, store your medical records with UMED- the world's most complete emergency medical records hot line. FRANÇAIS| Site Feedback| All information found at www.equestrian.ca( C) 2000 Canadian Equestrian Federation.
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    • Plans Progress for Dressage Canada - http://www.horse.on.ca/Whats_new/Press_Releases/Press/plans.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Plans Progress for Dressage Canada. Ontario Equestrian Federation. Telephone:( 416) 426- 7232, Facsimile:( 416) 426- 7355, E-mail: horse@ horse.on.ca. together on November 26 to further discuss the establishment of. the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian. principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within. individuals to be elected-at-large by the members of CEF involved in. dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada. of regional representation, candidates for election will be recruited. through a nominating committee in advance of elections. appoint an additional member if necessary to provide a certain expertise. Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees- competitions,. International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), the National Dressage. Convention in Ottawa to discuss the future of dressage in Canada. In keeping with this principle, it was decided that Dressage Canada will. To begin the process which will hopefully see Dressage Canada up and. The CEF welcomes the implementation of Dressage Canada, one unified. Home- Help- What's New- What is the OEF- Partners- Membership- Competitions- Coaching- Newsletter- Press Releases- Related Links- Classifieds- Upcoming Events.
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    • Melanie's Equestrian Page - http://mjc.iwarp.com/horse.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Melanie's Equestrian Page. Welcome to my website! This site originates in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada!. Interested in joining an email list to chat about horses? This is a list for Canadian equestrians( although of course anyone is welcome!), regardless of discipline, to share their love of horses. Spruce Meadows- World and National show jumping. Trillium Morgan Horse Farm- Morgan breeding and training. Canadian Equestrian Team- Check out the latest Canadian Equestrian News courtesy of Equijournal.com!. Karen's Guide to Dressage- includes animated dressage movements for those of you with Netscape 2.0!!. Equine Directory- Equestrian Marketplace( USA).
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    • Canadian Pony Club Ontario Pony Clubs Tournament of Champions Invitational PPG Results - http://www.ebtech.net/ponyclub/cor/OPCTOC98InvitationalPPGResults.html
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Pony Club Ontario Pony Clubs Tournament of Champions Invitational PPG Results. ONTARIO'S PONY CLUB TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS. Results- Invitational" B" PPG.
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    • Canada' s Top Dressage Riders Set to do Battle in the Swarovski Canadian - http://www.horse.on.ca/Whats_new/Press_Releases/Press/swarovski.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Canada s Top Dressage Riders Set to do Battle in the Swarovski Canadian. Ontario Equestrian Federation. 1185 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 103 Toronto ON, M3C 3C6. Canada s Top Dressage Riders Set to do Battle in the Swarovski Canadian. Double bronze medallist at the 1997 North American Dressage. 1988 Olympic bronze medallist Smith leads in the Canadian League. eastern division of the 1999 Canadian National Dressage Championships in. only Canadian-bred horse competing in the Canadian League Final. Dressage is steadily developing the acclaim once reserved for show. cut Austrian crystal, returns as the sponsor of the Canadian League. Home- Help- What's New- What is the OEF- Partners- Membership- Competitions- Coaching- Newsletter- Press Releases- Related Links- Classifieds- Upcoming Events.
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    • canadian news - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/nf_canad5.2.html
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        Document Excerpt: Canada Finishes Seventh in World Cup Finals in s'Hertogenbosch, Holland. Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release. Contact: Jennifer Ward. In today's grand prix freestyle, which attracted 10, 000 spectators, Rockx-Zavitz turned in an excellent performance, earning her a score of 69.42% and moving her up to finish in seventh place. She and Winsome, a 17 year old chestnut Hannoverian gelding, excel at the freestyle competition, a series of movements set to music of the rider's choice. " I am ecstatic," says an excited Rockx-Zavitz, who also represented Canada at the 1994 Volvo World Cup Final where she and Winsome finished eighth." The event was won for the third time in a row by Anky Van Grunsven of the Netherlands, double silver medalist at the 1996 Olympic Games, riding Gestion Bonfire. Germany's 1996 Olympic individual bronze medalist, Sven Rothenberger, was second aboard Jonggor's Weyden while Swedish rider Louise Nathhorst was third with LRF Walk On Top. " The presentation is something we just don't see in North America, with the exception of the Olympic Games. Rockx-Zavitz, who trains in Belgium, qualified through the fiercely competitive Western European League, a feat never before accomplished by a Canadian. Adele, PQ, qualified through the Canadian League and finished 14th overall aboard Lavinia. Garnett Named Reserve Champion in BrazilSan Paulo, Brazil Dressage rider Anna Garnett of Dundas, ON, was named reserve champion of the CDI-IV Copa Amil de Adestramento in San Paulo, Brazil, yesterday. Riding Whitehaven, an 11 year old bay Oldenburg gelding, Garnett qualified to compete in yesterday's( Intermediare) Freestyle where she placed second with a score of 66.10%, earning her the title of reserve champion. Susanne Dutt-Roth of Merrickville, ON, was the only other Canadian to qualify for the Freestyle, where she finished third aboard her 11 year old bay Hannoverian gelding, Phileas. Marietta Almasy of France was named champion, posting a score of 69.28% in the Fresstyle aboard Quixote Pirboy. Joanne Mintz of Gormley, ON, finished 18th with a score of 59.49% aboard the 11 year old bay Canadian Sport Horse gelding, Duke of Wellington. Canada's fourth entry, Christian Garweg of Toronto, ON, and his mount, Verboten, also a bay Canadian Sport Horse gelding, was 21st with a score of 57.79%. Canada was kindly invited to send four riders to compete in the CDI-IV Copa Amil de Adestramento, sponsored by SaoCopa Amil de Adestramento in Saontermediare Iorganizthe Federacao Paulista de Hipismo. Table of contents| Place an advertisement| Contact EquiSearch| About EquiSearch| Guest book.
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    • Sport horses Dressage horses for sale Jumpers for sale Queens University Students - http://www.limestonestables.com/links/links.html
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        Document Excerpt: Sport horses Dressage horses for sale Jumpers for sale Queens University Students. American Warmblood Registry. Canadian Sport Horse Association. Equestrian Connection~ Canada's Premiere Online Equestrian Magazine.
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    • Show and Event Results - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1998results/res_wegdrselfin.html
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        Document Excerpt: Canada Names Dressage Team for World Equestrian Games. Leverkusen, Germany--- Nancy MacLachlan of Terra Cotta, ON, Victoria Winter of Oakville, ON, George Miechowsky of Hudson, PQ, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, have been named to the Canadian Dressage Team headed to the World Equestrian Games this fall in Rome, Italy. The Team was announced today following the completion of four Selection Trials, two in Canada and two in Germany. Riders competed in two Trials, either in Canada or Germany, with their two scores being added together to give a total. George Miechowsky, 58, won today's final Selection Trial in Germany riding his 12 year old Oldenburg gelding, Leonti. This partnership won both individual and team bronze medals for Canada at the 1997 North American Dressage Championships in Maryland last October. Nancy MacLachlan, 38, won the first two Selection Trials held on Canadian soil on July 29 and August 2 aboard John Watson's 13 year old Hannoverian gelding, Davis Cup. Victoria Winter, 28, was second overall in the Canadian Selection Trials, held at York Equestrian Centre near Newmarket, ON, riding her 14 year old chestnut Hannoverian gelding, Wedgwood. Hopps, 34, had won Wednesday's Trial in Germany and had achieved impressive qualifying scores heading into the Selection Trials, including a win at Toronto's Sunnybrook Dressage Classic in June. The riders already have experience competing as a Team as both MacLachlan and Winter were members of the bronze medal Canadian Team at the 1995 Pan American Games and joined Meichowsky and Smith last fall to capture the team bronze medal at the North American Dressage Championships. The dressage events will take place from September 30 to October 4 at Flaminio Stadium in the heart of Rome, Italy. Final Results- World Equestrian Games Selection Trials. Table of contents| Place an advertisement| Contact EquiSearch| About EquiSearch| Guest book.
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    • horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada - http://www.outrageouscreations.com/equestrian/
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        Document Excerpt: horse for sale, dressage, eventing, horse photos, shows, clinics, horse classifieds, Equestrian Connection Canada. Our NewsRoom section has been updated!. Monthly Feature. World Breeding Championships for dressage in Arnhem, the Netherlands.The prestigious competition, which identifies future stars, saw 38 horses presented to the judges in the five-year-old division on Thursday and Friday. On June 18th, the British tabloid paper" The Sunday Mirror ran a story on famous New Zealand eventer Mark Todd detailing alleged drug abuse and extra-marital affairs. " I had a long meeting with my lawyers today in London and they have advised me not to make any comments on the allegations that have been made. " But we would however at this stage like to sincerely thank everybody in New Zealand, our friends and people who have sent messages of support to myself and Carolyn and the members of our family back in New Zealand. CEF Employees given Notice- Restructuring efforts continue. Select a link In The Ribbons Limestone Cavalier Cadora TO Cadora ON Trailcorp Handley Photo McKenzie Saddlery CLiX Photo GoodTyme Stables Juniper Hill The HorseFinder York Equestrian Riding Vacations Cornerstone. As a direct consequence of the Canadian Equestrian Federation's( CEF) ongoing restructuring process, the CEF Executive Committee and the CEF Human Relations Committee have, for the past several months, been evaluating all CEF staff positions in light of the anticipated future employment needs of the organization. We are actively seeking individuals to contribute content for the various sections of our site. This is a terrific opportunity to have your articles/ photos seen by a very wide audience( currently we average 30, 000 unique readers a month!) on one of the most popular equestrian sites in North America. This site created and designed by:. Interested in starting a website for your own stable or business?. To the best of our knowledge, all graphics used on this site are public domain or used with the author's permission. If you see anything that is not properly credited, please contact us immediately at econnect@ outrageouscreations.com.
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    • Links2Go: Canadian Equestrian Federation - Fédération Equestre Canadienne - http://www.links2go.com/more/www.equestrian.ca
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        Document Excerpt: Links2Go: Canadian Equestrian Federation- Fédération Equestre Canadienne. Learn about a free custom directory for your website. Canadian Equestrian Federation- Fédération Equestre Canadienne.
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    • EquiSearch: Online - http://www.equisearch.com/newsroom/1999results/cet_drtr6.27.html
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        Document Excerpt: EquiSearch: Online. SEARCH OUR SITE. Stallion Directory. Palgrave, Ontario--- Shannon Oldham-Dueck of Langley, BC, rode to victory in the eastern set of Pan Am Selection Trials for the Canadian Dressage Team. Riding her 7-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding Korona, Oldham-Dueck, 36, averaged a score of 68.15% from the panel of international judges over three days of Selection Trials. Simone Williams, 30, of Navan, ON, finished in the runner-up position with an average score of 66.92% over the three days with her 16-year-old Hannoverian gelding, Einstein. A strong Freestyle test by Martina Pracht, 35, of Cedar Valley, ON, moved her and the 14-year-old Hessen stallion, Amaloper, up into third position with an average of 65.82%. Heavy rain prior to the competition created bad footing and caused the Selection Committee to ask that only the top six horse/ rider combinations in the standings compete in today's Intermediare Freestyle to music, the same that will determine the individual medals at the Pan Am Games. The Selection Trials were held in conjunction with the CDI-W Palgrave World Cup Qualifying competition. Next weekend in Vancouver, BC, the Southlands Riding Club will play host to the western Pan Am Team candidates at the Amherst Dressage Show from July 2-4. The four riders with the highest scores, regardless of whether they competed in the eastern or western Selection Trials, will be named to the Pan Am Team. In total, 26 horse/ rider combinations met the qualifying criteria and will compete in the Selection Trials.
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    • Klassic Kur -- related links - http://www.klassickur.com/related.html
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        Document Excerpt: Klassic Kur-- related links. DRESSAGE ORGANIZATIONS. United States Dressage Federation.
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    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
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        Document Excerpt: Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts. Monthly Feature. Readers Letters.
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    • Dressage Extensions - Dressage Sites on the Web - http://www.dressage-ext.com/links.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Extensions- Dressage Sites on the Web. L INKS TO O THER D RESSAGE S ITES. United States Dressage Federation. Georgia Dressage& Combined Training Association. ++ CLASSIC HORSES++-- Top quality Thoroughbreds and Warmbloods in for sale in Eastern Ontario, Canada...and more horses being added each week. The Equestrian Connection-- articles and info on Canadian eventing and dressage. BitsAndBridles.com-- Equestrian Equipment Forum: Horse tack and equestrian equipment classified ads, equipment reviews, equipment fitting guides and more tack resources. Cowboy Dressage-- Wolf Creek Ranch presents Eitan Beth-Halachmy and the Morgan Stallion Holiday Compadre in the video Cowboy Dressage" The Art of the Round Pen. Classical Dressage.com-- everything on the art of classical dressage, past and present. Contains extensive photos and quotes of the great masters of classical dressage, a question and answer forum, a discussion group, and more. Florida Horse.com-- online equine internet directory for everything horse and horse-related businesses in the State of Florida. Saddles Bits and Spurs-- tack shop offering competitive prices on a full line of quality new and used saddles, saddle accessories, head gear and therapeutic horse equipment.
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    • The V. Kirkwood Home Page (Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy) - http://www.igs.net/~vkirkwoodhp/
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        Document Excerpt: Kirkwood Home Page( Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy). ( This page is constantly undergoing improvements. To go directly to the Kirkwood Genealogy Section, click here. Now available-- extensive information about Equine Recurrent Uveitis( Periodic Ophthalmia, Moon Blindness). The Amazing New Dressage Test( For Horses Unsuitable to Become Anything). California Dressage Society Show calendar, upcoming clinics, etc. Belgian Junior riders Online by Junior Rider Astrid Appels. An interesting page in which Alexandra Kurland discusses the use of clicker training in an equine context. Barnes Paddock Dressage Information, discussion board, classic photos and quotation, more. Wits End Farm A rustic spot for dressage training, summer training camps for juniors, and lots of creativity. Equestrian Connection Canada's Information Center for Dressage, Eventing& Showjumping. HorseWeb Contains Web Pages of horses, horse products and services. Equine Online Pointers to AQHA, Jockey Club, Thoroughbred Racing and Pedigree information. A very attractive listing of events, horses for sale, Olympic information( U.S. ABCentral An extremely diverse selection of information( try EDU2, Veterinary, for info. The Virtual Cybermall for Horses, Manufacturers Information, Horse Chat, Veterinary News, Tack, Shows& Events. Objective: to produce superior warmblood sporthorses in the United States. The Multilingual Dictionary of the Horse( 2nd abridged English French Spanish German edition) is now fully searchable online. The Holistic Horse Holistic& Alternative Therapies.
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    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > British Columbia > Counties and Regions > Greater Vancouver > Cities > Langley City > Business and Shopping > Shopping and Services > Animals - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/British...
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        Document Excerpt: Yahoo! Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories British Columbia Counties and Regions Greater Vancouver Cities Langley City Business and Shopping Shopping and Services Animals. Yahoo! Online Banking with NatWest. Home Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories British Columbia Counties and Regions Greater Vancouver Cities Langley City Business and Shopping Shopping and Services. Sunnyhill Boarding Kennels- boarding all sizes of dogs, and a separate cattery. Jessepe Appaloosa Breeding Farm- champion breedline stallions available for stud service. Mirrabook Farms Sport Horses- breeding and training facility offers horses for dressage, jumping, and eventing.
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    • Dressage Canada - http://users2.cgiforme.com/hcbc2/messages/73.html
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Canada. ( May 15, 2000) A draft of the new structure of Dressage. Canada( DC) was presented to the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF). Stubbs was pleased with the reception by the Executive Board, which. Future reports to the CEF Executive Board will include more detailed. experienced and long-time CEF Board member has offered Dressage Canada. Dressage Canada has several Board meetings planned for the upcoming. Updates will continue to be posted on the Dressage Canada. ( May 15, 2000) A draft of the new structure of Dressage Canada( DC) was presented to the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF) Executive Board at their meeting last week in Toronto. DC Chair Lorraine Stubbs and Board member Elizabeth Robinson described the committee structure, some programmes and a broad financial overview for the fledgling organization. Stubbs was pleased with the reception by the Executive Board, which unanimously accepted the proposal in principal. " The suggested new programmes were very well received by the Board and most directors were excited by the future prospects for their provinces," commented Ms. Future reports to the CEF Executive Board will include more detailed programming, structural and budget information. Bob Bromley, an experienced and long-time CEF Board member has offered Dressage Canada his assistance with financial planning. " I am always open to suggestions and if we have a 2 or 3 year budget to show the CEF by the October meeting I believe we will be well on our way to a functioning entity by January 2001," said Ms. Stubbs, clearly encouraged by the offer of help for the small Dressage Canada Board. Dressage Canada has several Board meetings planned for the upcoming months, to more fully flesh out the broad concepts presented in Toronto. Updates will continue to be posted on the Dressage Canada website: http- 30-.
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    • Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts - http://www.equestrian-connection.com/clinicsandshows/shows/99Event_Show_Results/...
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        Document Excerpt: Rolex 1999 canadian riders canada rolex stuart black yves landry penny rowland kyle carter jennifer irwin tricia dahms lynda ward-dragich bruce mandeville kelli mcmullen-temple ian roberts. Monthly Feature. Readers Letters.
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    • Yahoo! Regional > Countries > Canada > Provinces and Territories > Ontario > Counties and Regions > Brant-on-the-Grand > Cities > Saint George > Business and Shopping - http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Canada/Provinces_and_Territories/Ontario...
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        Document Excerpt: Yahoo! Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories Ontario Counties and Regions Brant-on-the-Grand Cities Saint George Business and Shopping. Yahoo! Platinum Visa: 2.9% APR~ Instant Credit~ Rewards with GiftCertificates.com~ No Annual Fee. Home Regional Countries Canada Provinces and Territories Ontario Counties and Regions Brant-on-the-Grand Cities Saint George. Kirkridge Equestrian Centre- Elaine Ward-Turcotte, an international level dressage rider and trainer offers classical dressage lessons on her advanced Level horses. Click Here for Instant Access to the 101 Most Useful Websites.
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    • Equine News and Views: December - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/newsnvws/news99/decnews.html
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        Document Excerpt: Quebec s Laurie Bucci Tops Talent Squad. Ottawa, Ontario--- Quebec s Laurie Bucci jumped to the top of the Talent Squad standings following the grand finale at the Royal Horse Show in Toronto, Ontario. Bucci of St-Hilaire, Quebec, was second in the standings heading into the Royal where she placed fifth in the Talent Squad Finale riding Francis Berger s Lemir HB, a 9-year-old bay Holsteiner gelding. Jonathan Asselin of Calgary, Alberta, was the former leader, but by not competing in Toronto he left the door open for challengers. Asselin, who also finished runner-up in the 1998 Talent Squad standings, finished this season with a total of 107.1 points on Chrysler Domini, a 9-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Spruce Meadows. In recognition of their achievements, Bucci and Asselin will be awarded airfare to the Budweiser World Cup 2000 in Las Vegas next April where they will witness the best show jumpers in the world, including three Canadians, competing for the annual Cup. The Talent Squad rankings are based on a rider's top five performances in the twelve qualifying classes offered throughout Canada during the 1999 season. The Jump Canada Board is a committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation responsible for all aspects of show jumping in Canada from the grass roots to the international level. Ottawa, Ontario--- Following an incredible 1999 season, Beth Underhill of Schomberg, Ontario, has captured the 1999 Jump Canada Series. Canada s top female rider for the past decade, it was fitting that Underhill, 36, closed out the century at the top of the Jump Canada Series standings. Riding her 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, Altair, Underhill delighted show jumping fans all season long with incredible performances across the country. Underhill was presented with the prestigious Jump Canada trophy, generously donated by Barbara Anderson of Alberta, in front of her hometown crowd at the Royal Horse Show in Toronto. Ainsley Vince, 23, of Milton, Ontario, maintained her second place position following a consistent season which included winning the Pan American Games Selection Trials and helping Canada to their second consecutive victory in the Bank of Montreal Nations Cup at the Royal. Frankie Chesler, 18, of Orangeville, Ontario, ranked third with Ravenna Z, a 10-year-old Hanoverian mare owned by Sher-Al Farms, earning a total of 256.61 points. Mac Cone of King City, Ontario, finished fourth with 212.36 points riding Elute, a 14-year-old Hanoverian stallion owned by the Canadian Equestrian Team. Christi McQuaker and the Gryphon Syndicate s 11-year-old Holsteiner mare, Fly By Night, held down fifth position with 197.46 points. Now concluding its fourth year, the Jump Canada Series has proven successful in providing a national jumper circuit with high standards of competition across the country. The current standings are calculated using the horse/ rider combination s best six results with all scores from the Royal counting towards the final standings. Frankie Orangeville, ON Ravenna Z 256.61 Chesler 4. Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners Conference 2000 Preview. Red Deer, Alberta--- Each year in Alberta, the horse industry section of Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development organizes the Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners Conference. This premier horse conference is the only one of its kind in Canada and is conducted by the Horse Industry Section of Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, the Alberta Quarter Horse Breeders Group and the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society- Alberta Division with major sponsorship from the Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. " The 2000 conference features 15 internationally recognized speakers," says Les Burwash, manager of equine programs with Alberta Agriculture. Doug Antczak, professor of equine medicine at Cornell University; Patti Colbert, director of development for the Alberta Quarter Horse Association Foundation; Bill Collins, the Master Horseman from Calgary; Christy Janzen, accomplished endurance rider, gold and silver medalist at the Pan Am Challenge; Dr. Stephanie Valberg, equine researcher at the University of Minnesota and recognized authority on tying-up; and, Dr. Lori Warren, who has a doctorate in equine nutrition and exercise physiology at the University of Kentucky. Several other speakers will be be giving presentations on a variety of topics:. The conference is arranged so that attendees can follow four streams of interest-- Arabian, Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred and all breeds. While many follow the program designed for a particular breed preference, conference participants can attend any of the sessions, and will receive the printed materials from all sessions. For more information about the 2000 conference, contact the Horse Industry Section at( 403) 948-8538( Airdrie) or Edmonton( 780) 415-6107. Government numbers are toll-free by dialing 310-0000 first. See also the Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development( AAFRD) Horse Industry Section Web site for more information about the conference and speakers. Ottawa, Ontario--- Members of Canada s dressage community came together on November 26 to further discuss the establishment of' Dressage Canada as a single entity for the sport of dressage within the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF). Held in conjunction with the CADORA Annual General Meeting in Montreal, Quebec, the interested parties were able to reach agreement on a number of principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within the CEF for January, 2002. It was agreed that Dressage Canada will be governed by a board of five individuals to be elected-at-large by the members of CEF involved in dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada. To ensure a balance of regional representation, candidates for election will be recruited through a nominating committee in advance of elections. The Board may also appoint an additional member if necessary to provide a certain expertise i.e. Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees- competitions, education, high performance, marketing, nominating, officials and rules and may also form ad-hoc committees as required. Presently, four different organizations are responsible for various administration and promotional duties within the sport of dressage- the Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA), the Canadian International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), the National Dressage Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( NDC) and the Dressage Management Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Team( DMC). In January, 1999, CADORA and the CEF organized a Dressage Summit in conjunction with the CEF Annual Convention in Ottawa to discuss the future of dressage in Canada. A Working Group was formed to prepare a business plan for the sport which was released in September, 1999, and acted as the basis for discussion at the November 26 meeting. The restructuring efforts for dressage parallel the current restructuring efforts of the CEF. Research conducted in 1998 and 1999 shows that the equestrian community believes that the CEF should provide a united voice for Canada s horse industry. In keeping with this principle, it was decided that Dressage Canada will function as the single governing body for dressage under the CEF umbrella. It was also agreed that both the CEF and Dressage Canada will have similar objectives, namely to create a single entity for the dressage community which will speak with one voice, to have a seamless membership, to have an elected governance which is lean and manageable and to be financially self-sufficient. " We are very excited that the dressage community was able to reach a consensus on the future of the sport," says Alf Fletcher, President of the Canadian Equestrian Federation. " We know that by working together, both the sport of dressage and the individuals involved will benefit from the creation of Dressage Canada. To begin the process which will hopefully see Dressage Canada up and running in January 2002, an Interim Board will be established by the end of December, 1999. The members of the Interim Board will be named by their respective organizations by mid-December, 1999. from the period of January 2000 to January 2001, the Interim Board will develop a detailed structural and financial plan for the implementation of Dressage Canada,. the Interim Board will be the governing board for Dressage Canada for the period of January 2001 to January 2002 and duties will include setting up the Dressage Canada Committees,. as part of setting up the Dressage Canada Committees, the Interim Board will establish the Nominating Committee to seek nominations for election to the Board and to oversee the process of electing a Board for January 2002. The future of both CADORA and CIDRA will be determined by their own memberships respectively. The CEF welcomes the implementation of Dressage Canada, one unified group who will govern and coordinate all dressage activities in Canada including programs for all skill levels within the sport. Ottawa, Ontario--- The Jump Canada Board( JCB) is pleased to announce that$ 33, 000 will be distributed to provincial hunter/ jumper associations this month. The levies collected were then divided with 60% going to domestic programs, 35% to national and international programs and 5% for administration. One important criteria in establishing the JCB Levy was that each provincial hunter/ jumper association would receive a minimum of 75% of the funds allocated for domestic programs collected in their province. Each provincial hunter/ jumper association will develop its own programs funded by the JCB Levy money. Individuals who have ideas on how riders and/ or their sport environment can benefit from the money collected in their province are encouraged to contact their provincial hunter/ jumper association. The Jump Canada Board is a committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation responsible for all aspects of show jumping in Canada from the grass roots to the international level. Ottawa, Ontario--- The Canadian Eventing Team has named its short and long-listed athletes for the 2000 season. For full information on short and long list criteria, please visit the Canadian Equestrian Federation website at http:// www.equestrian.ca/ 3decrit.htm. Ottawa, Ontario--- The Canadian Equestrian Federation wishes to extend its deepest sympathies to Canadian Equestrian Team veteran Ian Millar on the loss of his superstar horse, Big Ben. One of the greatest show jumpers in the world, Big Ben, aged 23, came down with colic on Friday evening. Although veterinarians worked all through the night to save him, he was euthanized on the morning of Saturday, December 11. In the 1980 s and 90 s, Big Ben became a household name, capturing the hearts and imaginations of Canadians and show jumping fans worldwide with his winning attitude and majestic presence. Together, Millar and Big Ben made history by becoming the first horse-rider combination to win back-to-back World Cup Finals in 1988 and 1989." Big Ben was a once in a lifetime horse and it was truly an honour to have ridden him," says 1999 Pan American Games gold medallist Millar who has continued his successful riding career since Big Ben s retirement in 1994. Those were the characteristics that made him a special athlete and friend. The phenomenal Belgian Warmblood gelding represented Canada in the 1984, 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games, the 1986 World Championships and the 1987 Pan American Games, bringing home both individual and team gold medals. Even in retirement, Big Ben continued to be recognized for his outstanding achievements. In 1996, he and Millar were inducted into Canada s Sports Hall of Fame making Big Ben just the second non-human athlete after thoroughbred racing legend Northern Dancer to ever receive this prestigious honour. This year, Canada Post issued a Big Ben postage stamp to commemorate his impact on Canadian history. Big Ben was buried in Perth, Ontario, at the family s Millar Brooke Farm, where he had lived since being purchased by Canadian Show Jumpers Unlimited Inc. Ottawa, Ontario--- Following a clarification from the International Equestrian Federation( FEI), there have been changes to the Canadian League World Cup final standings. The clarification was in regard to the distribution of points in the$ 50, 000 AMJ Campbell Vanlines World Cup Qualifier held in July at the CSI-W Capital Classic in Nepean, Ontario. Due to poor weather conditions, only 20 of the 49 riders originally entered in the competition chose to compete. The change puts Millar, 52, in second position in the Canadian League World Cup standings with a total of 59 points, ahead of Ainsley Vince, 23, of Milton, Ontario, whose total of 58 points was uneffected by CSI-W Nepean. With 71 World Cup points, Beth Underhill, 37, of Schomberg, Ontario, remains the winner of the Canadian League, which concluded following the Royal Horse Show at CSIO Toronto. Second alternate is Ian s daughter, Amy Millar, 22, who now has a total of 49 World Cup points after an additional two World Cup points were awarded for her eighth place finish at CSI-W Nepean. Although the Canadian World Cup season ran from June to November and included six Canadian World Cup Qualifiers, riders could only count points gained for their four best results. For ticket information, please call( 702) 260-8605 or visit the website at www.worldcup2000lasvegas.com Final Canadian League World Cup Standings- Corrected. The JCB is pleased to announce that 26 riders representing Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island benefited from the JCB Travel Assistance Program. The money was used to support travel costs associated with attending the Royal Horse Show, the final stop of the Canadian hunter/ jumper circuit. The JCB Travel Assistance Program benefitted riders in the following divisions at November s Royal Horse Show:. Other national programs established include travel assistance for two ponies in each of the small, medium, and large pony divisions at the AHSA Finals,$ 5, 000 to assist in the development of a National Jumper Development Program and money for each province to establish a Coach of the Year Award, preferably honouring level 2 and above certified coaches. The Jump Canada Board is a committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation responsible for all aspects of show jumping in Canada from the grass roots to the international level. Creed is a long-time supporter of Eric Lamaze, one of Canada s top show jumping riders, and owns the facility where Lamaze bases his Torrey Pines Stables. In 1995, Lamaze and Cagney were named the Canadian National Show Jumping Champions and the following year qualified for the Atlanta Olympics. They won the Shell Cup Derby at Spruce Meadows on two occasions and recently placed eighth in the prestigious$ Pulsar Grand Prix in Monterrey, Mexico, where they were runner-ups in 1994. Also seen in the grand prix ring is Espresso Thyme, a nine-year-old Warmblood gelding currently ridden by Yann Candele of France who trains with Lamaze. At this year s Royal Horse Show, they were the decisive winners in the$ 30, 000 International Speed Classic. Creed was also a co-owner of Jasmine, an 8-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare, recently purchased by United States chef d equipe George Morris. Under the guidance of Lamaze s student and Canadian Equestrian Team member Ainsley Vince, 23, of Milton, Ontario, Jasmine had a successful 1999 season which included winning the Rising Star class at September s Tournament of Champions. The win was particularly rewarding for Creed as he is the President of the Tournament of Champions, Canada s last major outdoor show of the season. In recognition of his outstanding commitment to Canadian show jumping, Terrance Millar, Show Jumping Chair of the Canadian Equestrian Team, presented Creed with an engraved Waterford crystal bowl during November s Royal Horse Show in Toronto, Ontario. Past winners of the Canadian Show Jumping Team Owner's Award include Faith Berghuis( 1995) of Toronto, Ontario, the Anderson family( 1996), the Southern family( 1997), and Bonnie Will-Watson( 1998) all of Calgary, Alberta. The Jump Canada Board is a committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation responsible for all aspects of show jumping in Canada from the grass roots to the international level. Each year at the Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners Conference, the Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals( SPCA) sponsors the Fred Pearce Memorial Speaker Series. Kohn on our panel for the up-coming conference," says Les Burwash, head of equine programs, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Airdrie. Almost all horse owners, and especially performance horse owners have trailered or transported their horse at one time or another; some transport their horses to and from competitions on a regular basis. Everyone talks about travel stress, but until all of the factors involved are known, remedies and improvements to equine transport may not rectify the situation. Researchers say that if they know the problems, they can develop ways to eliminate or at least lessen the effects of stress factors on horses during transport. Airway inflamation is also a big problem in transporting horses, this condition is commonly called shipping fever. Whether it is due to improper ventilation, bacterial contamination, the placement of the horses head, the way the horse faces in the trailer, or the pre-shipping health of a horse, shipping fever is something that the roundtable of equine researchers have looked into. " That means safe transporting, taking into account everything from loading, to the conditions in the trailer with adequate ventilation, to the safe off-loading of the horse at the end of the journey. Kohn will discuss equine transport research findings to date and will share with Alberta horse breeders and owners the benefit of her experience and the information gleaned through the joint efforts of the study group. " Alberta has a growing population of sport horses that are involved in a variety of disciplines; dressage, endurance racing, hunter jumper, roping, barrel racing and thoroughbred racing, to name but a few. The conference is an opportunity for horse owners and breeders to meet, share information and listen to some enlightening presentations. The 2000 conference features 15 internationally recognized speakers delivering a variety of presentations. The event is arranged so that attendees can follow four streams of interest- Arabian, Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred and all breeds. While many follow the program designed for a particular breed preference, conference participants can attend any of the sessions and will receive the printed materials from all sessions. For more information, contact the horse industry branch in Airdrie at( 403) 948-8533, or in Edmonton at( 780) 415-6107. Government numbers are toll free by dialing 310-0000 first. There have been some fascinating developments in genetic tracking that lends credence to the age-old theory of the" mare's tail". At the 2000 Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners Conference, Dr. Antczak make a presentation here in Alberta on this leading-edge genetic study and presenting the information he has amassed over years of research, is thrilling," says Les Burwash, head of equine programs with Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Airdrie. Antczak will tell conference attendees why greatness sometimes skips a generation, and why those great attributes are often manifest only in the get of the female offspring. Using several horses of renowned record, such as Secretariat( thoroughbred racing), Albatross( harness racing), Gay Bar King( cutting horse and halter competition) and Longview Supreme( Saddlebred fine-harness competition) as examples, Antczak will show how the maternal-grandsire effect has baffled breeders and geneticists alike. Antczak will discuss the new Horse Genome Project that is working to create a gene map of the horse," says Burwash. " Researchers have determined that some genes are imprinted, meaning that some genes, while present, may not be active( turned on) if stemming from the sire and other genes may be inactive although present if they are provided by the dam. Part of the project focus is to identify the genes that determine the maternal-grandsire effect and determine whether or not those genes are genomicly imprinted or sex-linked. This promises to be a very interesting presentation that breeders of performance horses in particular will find intriguing. It is one of the key sessions at the 2000 Alberta Horse Breeders and Owners conference being held at the Capri Centre in Red Deer on January 7 to 9, 2000. " The sport horse industry in Alberta is growing and Alberta-bred horses are making their mark in a variety of disciplines; dressage, endurance racing, hunter jumper, roping, barrel racing and thoroughbred racing," adds Burwash. " This conference is an opportunity for horse enthusiasts to meet, share information and listen to some exceptional presentations of benefit to breeders, competitors and owners alike. The 2000 conference features 15 internationally recognized speakers delivering a variety of presentations. The event is arranged so that attendees can follow four streams of interest- Arabian, Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred and all breeds. While many follow the program designed for a particular breed preference, conference participants can attend any of the sessions and will receive the printed materials from all sessions. For more information, contact the horse industry branch in Airdrie at( 403) 948-8533, or in Edmonton at( 780) 415-6107. Government numbers are toll free by dialing 310-0000 first. [ Alberta Equine On-Line Homepage]|[ Links to News and Views]|[ Spruce Meadows News]|[ Association Reports].
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        Document Excerpt: Horses-Links sorted by country-C-G. the premier internet directory for the business executive and the professional researcher. Copyright 2000 Pronto International Limited All Rights Reserved. Canada: Chelan Kozak Homepage Canadian Olympic Qualifier and National Champion, Dressage-- Cross Country-- Show Jumping. Canada: Equine Research Centre Servicing the horse world with research, education, horse health, industry information, networks and markets. Canada: Horses Canada website is dedicated to promoting the horse industry in Canada and providing useful information about horses. Canada: International Arabian Horse Association, Region 18 Eastern Canada, up to the Ontario/ Manitoba border. Canadian Mountain& Moorland Society registration for the Dales pony and the Exmoor pony. Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency regulates and supervises pari-mutuel betting on horse racing at racetracks across Canada. Canada-Alberta: Calgary Area- Alberta Dressage Association. Canada: Alberta Equine Product& Service Directory from Alberta Equine On-Line. Canada-Alberta: Olds College, Advanced Farrier Studies. Canada-Alberta: Remington-Alberta Carriage Centre one of the largest collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America. Canada-Alberta: Stampede Park Thoroughbred and Standardbred racetrack in Calgary. Canada-British Columbia: Backcountry Horsemen of British Columbia. Canada: British Columbia Chapter of Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association. Canada-British Columbia: Endurance Riders Association of British Columbia. Canada-British Columbia: Hastings Park Racecourse thoroughbred racing in Vancouver. Canada-British Columbia: Horse BC Equestrian Directory for the Horse Industry of British Columbia. Canada-British Columbia: Kwantlen University College, Equine Studies. Canada-British Columbia: Lower Mainland Quarter Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Mountainview Appaloosa Horse Club. Canada-British Columbia: Northern BC Quarter Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Pacific Horse Journal. Canada-British Columbia: Pacific Pinto Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Pacific Reining Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Percheron Breeders Association of British Columbia. Canada-British Columbia: Southern Central Quarter Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Top Fox Equestrian Centre in Langley. Canada-British Columbia: Vancouver Island Quarter Horse Association. Canada-British Columbia: Western Haflinger Association. Canada: Manitoba Chapter of Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association. Canada-New Brunswick: Exhibition Park harness racetrack in Saint John. Canada-New Brunswick: Fredericton Raceway harness racetrack. Canada: Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation. Canada: Ontario Appaloosa Horse Association. Canada-Ontario: Association of Riding Establishments of Ontario. Canada-Ontario: Rideau Carleton Raceway thoroughbred racetrack in Gloucester. Canada: Saskatchewan Chapter of Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association. Czech Racing and Breeding with Quayle Bloodstock- site dedicated to Central and Eastern European thoroughbred racing and breeding. Czech Republic: Pardubice Racecourse home of Velka pardubicka steeplechase. Danish Warmblood Society[ Dansk Varmblod: Dansk Rideheste Avlsforbund]( in Danish). Danish Palomino Breeders Association[ Dansk Palomino Avlsforbund]. Denmark: Avlsforeningen for Connemara Ponyer i Danmark Connemara pony association in Denmark( in Danish). Denmark: Avlsforeningen for Dartmoor Ponyer i Danmark Dartmoor pony association in Denmark( in Danish). Denmark: Frederiksborg Horsebreeders in Danmark[ Frederiksborg Hesteavlsforeningen]. Denmark: Landbrugets Rådgivningscenter, Landskontoret for Heste National office for horses( in Danish). Denmark: Trakehner Breeders Association of Denmark[ Trakehner Avlsforbundet i Danmark]. European Horserace Scientific Liaison Committee Information for Veterinary Surgeons on Detection Periods of Named Drugs. Europe: Fédération Européenne des Gentlemen Amateurs et Cavalière du Trot European association of non-professional harness racing jockeys( in German). Europe: Horse Information System approved stallions of the leading European studbooks. Finland: Kuopion Ravirata harness racing racetrack in Kuopio( in Finnish). Finland: Mäntyvaaran Ravirata Rovaniemen Hevosystävät- harness racing racetrack in Rovaniemi( in Finnish). Finland: Mikkelin Ravit harness racing racetrack( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Arabihevosyhdistys ry Finnish Arabian horse association( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Connemarayhdistys ry Finnish Connemara pony association( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Hippos Finnish horse racing association( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Russ-ponien Ystävät ry Finnish Russ pony association( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Shetlanninponiyhdistys ry Finnish Shetland pony association( in Finnish). Finland: Suomen Welsh-poni ja Cob yhdistys ry Finnish Welsh pony and cob association( in Finnish). Finalnd: Teivon Ravit racetrack near Tampere( in Finnish). Finland: Vermon Ravirata harness racing racetrack in Helsinki( in Finnish). Finland: Yle Teksti-TV Poisjäännit ja kertoimet- horse racing results via teletext( in Finnish). France: Association Nationale Française du Cheval Arabe French national association of the Arabian horse( in French). France: Cardabelle association de retraite pour les cheveaux- retirement home for horses( in French). France: Centre d'Hébergement et de Protection pour Equidés Maltraités sanctuary for abused horses( in French). France: Groupement de Recherche des Equidés Volés Stolen horse research group- national registry of tatooed horses( in French). France: Hippodrome de Borde-Vieille harness racetrack in Beaumont de Lomagne( in French). France: Hippodrome de Clairefontaine harness racetrack in Deauville-Clairefontaine( in French). France: Hippodrome de Marville harness racetrack in Saint-Malo( in French). France: Hippodrome du Vieux-Chateau harness racetrack in Graignes( in French). France: LesCourses.com site entierement consacre aux courses hippiques- PMU- TURF- horseracing site( in French). France: Les Traits Volants Association pour la promotion, l'élevage et l'utilisation amicale du Cheval Bolonnais- Bolonnais horse association( in French). France: Office of Pyrenean Equestrian Guides[ Bureau des Guides questres TransPyrénéens]( in French). France: Organization of Polish Arabian Breeders[ Organisation des leveurs de Pur-Sang Arabes Polonais]. France: Syndicat des Eleveurs de Chevaux de Sang de France French warm-blood horse breeders union( in French). France: Union Française des Maréchaux Ferrants French Farriers Association( in French). French Bloodstock Agency service worlwide to owners, breeders and trainers of race horses: bloodstock, stallions, services, management. German Fjord-Horse Association[ Interessengemeinschaft Fjordpferd( IGF) e.V. Germany: Aktiva-Trainings-Gesellschaft Trainingsbetrieb für Vollblut-Rennpferde in Berlin-Hoppegarten- training in thoroughbred racing( in German). Betreuung liegt bei Voltigierturnieren im pfälzischen und saarländischen Raum( in German). Germany: appaloosa.de forum for Appaloosa and Welsh Cobs breeders and trainers( in German). Germany: AraberInternational.de Arabian horse news and information in Germany. Germany: connemara.de information site about the Connemara horse in Germany including stud farm directory, import rules, artificial insemination, pedigrees( in German). Germany: Der Clan Highland Pony Society Deutschland( in German).-1> Germany: Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung German riding association( in German). Germany: Deutscher Pinto Zuchtverband e.V. German Pinto horse breeding association( in German). Rennbahn Dortmund Wambel- Dortmund racing association( in German). Rennbahn Grafenberg- Dusseldorf horsemen and racing association( in German). Germany: equinet.de Das deutschsprachige Reitsport-Forum im Internet- the German speaking equestrian forum on the internet( in German). Servicebüro Turnierergebnisse, Termine und Informationen zum Westernreiten( in German). Germany: Erste Westernreiter Union Landesverband Sachsen-Anhalt Sachsen-Anhalt western riding union( in German). Germany: Erste Westernreiter Union Niedersachsen-Hannover Niedersachsen-Hanover western riding union( in German). Germany: Erste Westernreiter Union Rheinland Rheinland western riding association( in German). Germany: Fachschule für Voltigieren, Hohenhameln vaulting institute in Hohenhameln( in German). Heilpädagogisches Arbeiten mit Pferden/ Heilpädagogisches Reiten- therapeutic horseriding( in German). Germany: Gut Hohenschwärz horse training, stable in Fränkischen Schweiz( in German). chief association for trotting and breeding of trotting horses( in German). Germany: Hotterinchen Pferde-Reformhaus& Info-Corner- horse rehabilitation and information corner( in German). Germany: Icelandic Horses in Germany Rund ums Islandpferd- tournaments, competitions and breeding evaluations. Germany: Islandpferde-Reiter und Züchterverband, Landesverband Hannover-Bremen e.V. Oberpfalz Nord Icelandic horseriders and breeders association( in German). Germany: Kölner Schutzhof für Pferde Cologne horse sanctuary for retired or lame horses( in German). Germany: Landeskommission für Pferdeleistungsprüfungen in Schleswig-Holstein state commission to test horse performance( in German). Germany: Landesverband der Reit und Fahrvereine Hamburg e.V. Germany: LipizzanerWorld alles über diese Barockpfererasse- Geschichte- Verwendung- History- Present uses( in German). Germany: Nachrichten Traberwesten Berichterstattung von den Bahnen im Traberwesten, aktuelle Nichtstarter- horseracing news( in German). Germany: Pferd-Aktuell umbrella organisation for many horse associations in Germany( in German). Germany: Pferdemedezin.de Ratgeber rund um Pferdemedizin und Pferdegesundheit- equine medicine and health advice( in German). Germany: pferdenotruf.de Pferde und Reiter können in Notfällen über diese Seiten Hilfe von anderen Pferdeleuten erhalten- horse emergency help site( in German). Germany: pferdewelt.com Informationen zu Pferderassen aus aller Welt- Daten und Termine von Anlässen- Angebote rund ums's Pferd( in German). Luhmühlen horse breeding and riding association in Salzhausen, Niedersachsen.nt size=-2> Baden-Württemberg horse breeding association( in German). Germany: Pferdezuchtverband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. Berlin-Brandenburg horse breeding association( in German). Georg Deutschlands unabhängiges Magazine für Pferdesport und Zucht- equestrian and horse breeding magazine( in German). Germany: Reiterin Commmunity für den Reitsport- equestrian community site( in German). Germany: Reiterverein" Lohengrin" Hau" Lohengrin" Hau horsemen's association in Bedburg-Hau, in Nordrhein-Westfalen( in German). Germany: Reitgruppe der Uni Bayreuth University of Bayreuth horseriding group( in German). Germany: Reitkauf.de Informationsservice rund um die Themen Pferdekauf und Reitsport- equestrian and horse selling information service( in German). Germany: reitsport-magazin Offizielles Organ des Reiterverband Hannover-Bremen-" equestrian magazine"( in German). Germany: Reittermin.de Veranstaltungskalender für den Pferdesport und Pferdeleute- horse exhibition and event calendar( in German). Germany: Reit und Fahrverein" Alte Ulanen" Ansbach" Alte Ulanen" riding association in Ansbach( in German). Germany: Reit und Fahrverein Venekotensee-Elmpt Venekotensee-Elmpt riding association in Nordrhein-Westfalen( in German). Germany: Reit und Fahrverein Ziethen Ziethen riding association in Duisburg( in German). Germany: Reit und Turniergemeinschaft Wuppertal Süd Wuppertal Süd riding and tournament society in Nordrhein-Westfalen( in German). Germany: Renn und Reitverein Herxheim Herxheim racing and riding association in Rheinland-Pfalz( in German). Germany: Society for Equine Medicine[ Gesellschaft für Pferdemedizin e.V. Germany: trab.de Trabermagazin im Internet- horesracing news in Germany( in German). Germany: Traberpark Den Heyberg Den Heyberg trotters training park( in German). Germany: Trabrennverein Daglfing Alle Infos rund um Bayerns Trabermetropole- Dagling trotting racetrack in Bavaria( in German). Germany: Trabrennverein Gelsenkirchen Infos, Rennprogramm, Ergebnisse- Gelsenkirchen trotting racetrack( in German). Germany: Verband der Ponyzüchter Hessen association of Hessian pony breeders( in German). Germany: Verband der Züchter des Arabischen Pferdes association for the breeding of Arabians( in German). Germany: Verband der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes e. association for the breeding of warmbllod Hanoverians. Germany: Verein der Freunde und Züchter des Camargue Pferdes in Deutschland e.V. Germany: Verein der Freunde und Züchter des Berberpferdes Berber horse friends and breeders association( in German). Germany: Vereine in Rheinlandpfalz offline directory of horseriding associations. Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Bezirksverband Ostalb-Donau e. Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Bezirksverband Thüringen-Nord im Landesverband Thüringen( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Bezirksverband Thüringen-Süd im Landesverband Thüringen( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Kreisverband Bergisch-Land( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Kreisverband Rhein-Wupper( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Baden-Württemberg e. Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Berlin-Brandenburg horseriding association( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Hamburg/ Schleswig-Holstein( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Niedersachesn Niedersachsen horseriding association( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Nordrhein-Westfalen NRW horseriding association( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Saarland Saarland horseriding association( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Sachsen Saxony horseriding association( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Thüringen( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Landesverband Thüringen Kontakt Region Eisenach( in German). Germany: Vereinigung der Freizeitreiter in Deutschland, Rheinland-Pfalz Rheinland-Pfalz horseriding association( in German). Germany: Verein Schleswiger Pferdezüchter Schleswg horse breeders association( in German). Germany: Vollblutseite Renntermine, Starter& Ergebnisse- Thoroughbred site: running times, starters and results( in German). Germany: Wander und Freizeitreiten mit Dagmar und Achim horse trekking and riding, includes descriptions of all gaited horse breeds( in German). Germany: westernpferde.com website for Western riders( in German). Germany: Westernreiterstammtisch-Kiel Kiel western riders( in German). Germany: Westernreitschule Western riding school( in German).
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    • Direct Hit Web Search: Canadian Or Canada And dressage - http://www.directhit.com/fcgi-bin/DirectHitWeb.fcg?service=web&type=srch&fmt=htm...
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        Document Excerpt: Direct Hit Web Search: Canadian Or Canada And dressage. web sites shopping categories Jeeves Answers Advanced Search. Welcome! Direct Hit is the only search engine that tracks the sites other users actually go to and puts what they've learned to work for you- so you get more accurate results on the first try. Dressage Champion with a kind, willing attitude that he passes on to his children. OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNER-Pictured is Steffen Peters, riding Grandeur, and Keeler Dilbeck agent Dee Thiesmeyer, co-founder of Dressage Under the Oaks, a riding event that took place in. March/ April 1999 1999 Board of Directors MARITIMES( 1) Jos Mottershead( President) term: 1997-1999 General Delivery Wolfville, NS B0P 1X0 Tel/ fax: 902-582-7059 Email:. USCTA Area VIII: Classifieds: Horses For Sale or Wanted. your own classified listing for a Horse! Ads will be maintain for approximately 2 months. Brennaugh, George Bretz, William Burns, George Cattanach, George Cloutier, Sandy Cowan, Jack Flett, Benjamin Jamieson, Hilliard Laidlaw, H. Born in Bermuda, Gray has lived in Ontario since attending the University of Guelph in 1979, majoring in animal husbandry. Shop for products related to" Canadian Or Canada And dressage". Search the Yellow Pages for" Canadian Or Canada And dressage". Ask Jeeves a question about" Canadian Or Canada And dressage". Home| About Us| Partners| Affiliate Program| Advertise| Sponsorship Network| Add URL| Help.
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    • Alberta Equine ...On-Line: Clubs, Associations, and Societies' News Page - http://www.pondside.com/aeonline/associat.html
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        Document Excerpt: Alberta Equine On-Line: Clubs, Associations, and Societies News Page. Clubs, Associations, and Societies Reports. Last Modified: February 12, 99. Dressage Summit Success- Dressage Canada News Bulletin No. We ran three shows- Hunter Jumper July 4-5, Dressage July 11& Horse Trials July 12- all held at Gallaway Ridge Training Centre in Hampton, New Brunswick( NB), Canada. The Hampton Learning Centre( a facility for literacy training for adults);. The Hampton Rotary Club( donation to be used in the construction of a special outdoor play facility for Bradley, a 5 year old child with environmental allergies to sunlight and multiple health problems);. The Turner-Brewer Memorial Park( a playground in Saint John, NB, being built by volunteers with donated funds in memory of two children who died as a result of parental abuse- located in a low-rent district of the city);. This is our way of saying thank-you to the communities in which we live, work and play for their support of equestrian sport in the area. Last year, National Responsible Anna Kate-Shoveller managed to both increase membership almost 10-fold and successfully send a Canadian team to Nation's Cups in Ireland, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. At every competition, the Canadians rode very respectably and even placed in the top ten in both Ireland and the Netherlands. The Canadians at the Landrover Nation's Cup in Holland were lucky enough to compete under the guidance of Olympian Lisa Carlsen-Lubitz. Melissa Bigelow( Ontario), Robin Reid-Burke( Ontario), Danielle Donald( Ontario), Frank Hadrich( Germany), Janet Konyer( Ontario), Sarah Stewart( Alberta) and Dave Thind( Quebec) all traveled far from home to represent their country. For the dressage phase in Holland, we had the pleasure to ride Friesians from the National Stud Farm," says Thind. The concept of student riding began in Europe in the 1950s although Canada didn't take part until 1980. Shoveller says the competitions are great experiences and benefit the riders in many ways. " The exposure to other cultures is fun and if you're looking to get into horse industry, you can make many international contacts. " The host country plans plenty of activities including sight seeing, gala events and parties to keep the competitors extremely busy," says Krystal Jemmet, a veteran of many international shows. The events are quite big throughout Europe and attract a great deal of interest and media attention. Although private sector sponsorship has helped, each rider can still expect to pay an average of$ 1500 per competition in the coming months, a number of the Canadian riders will be attending shows in France, Poland, Romania, Sweden, the U.S.A. If you would like more information on how you can help or even join the team, please contact Anna Kate Shoveller( 780) 433-3748 e-mail: annas@ gpu.srv.ualberta.ca, Krystal Jemmet( 519) 942-0012 or Dave Thind( 450) 926-0283 e-mail: dthind@ videotron.ca. Dressage enthusiasts should be aware of the success of the Dressage Summit held in Ottawa on January 23, 1999. Never before in the history of Canadian dressage was there such a resounding consensus. The participants, representing all facets of the sport of dressage( ranging from team riders, international judges, and coaches to the primary level rider and stable owner), almost unanimously agreed that dressage would be governed and administered by one organization working under the umbrella of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF). Through this organization, called Dressage Canada, the sport of dressage will be run by the dressage community while the CEF will provide administration services. The dressage community will now speak with one voice: Dressage Canada, which will be composed of elected representatives from the community. There will be an elected Board of Directors, who will govern and administer dressage through a series of subcommittees. Based upon the principles of lean and mean and form following function, the subcommittees will be small and their functions easily identified from their names. To state that the atmosphere at the conclusion of the Dressage Summit was euphoric would be an understatement. There was an air of optimism and goodwill as the participants realized that no matter the background or interests at stake, there was enough common ground to establish a single community run organization. The membership of the transition team not only represents a broad geographical spectrum, but also a broad spectrum in terms of experience. Betty Briggs: Betty, along with her husband Charles, owns Beckwith Dressage Centre and an equine veterinary clinic in Edmonton, Alberta. Active as a competitor in dressage for many years, Betty has also served on many committees as a volunteer, including past president of the local Edmonton group and the provincial association. She has also been a CEF director and CADORA representative for Alberta, past chairperson of the NDC Rules and Regulations Committee and currently is on the Competitions Committee and Athlete Development Committee of the NDC. Betty was short-listed for the CET in 1986 on" Optimist" and was twice Canadian champion( more recently) on" Gorbachov". Her horse" Clearly Canadian"( ridden by Tom Dvorak) represented Canada at the 1997 Volvo World Cup in Sweden. Fax:( 780) 449-5636 E-Mail: beckwith@ compusmart.ab.ca. Larry Brinker: Larry, who is now the President of CADORA National, has been active in CADORA National as both a Director and Vice-President Pacific for the past eight years. CADORA, as President and Director, and the local Fraser Valley CADORA. Given that Larry's major area of interest is the lower level dressage rider and his recognition that dressage is greatly indebted to these riders support of dressage, he will ensure that the grassroots of dressage will not be forgotten. Fax:( 604) 533-1049 E-Mail: lhbrink@ direct.ca. Sharon Brooks: Chair of the Dressage Management Committee and Chef d'equipe of the Canadian Dressage Team, Sharon represents the Team component of the transition team. With a background in child psychology and teaching at the Community College level, Sharon currently owns a successful business in customer service training. Administrative positions in the past with Canadian Pony Club, Toronto CADORA and the Young Riders have paved the way for her current responsibility as Team Chair and Chef d'equipe. Fax:( 519) 448-1448 E-Mail: debbie.yantzi@ sympatico.ca. Patricia Deptford: Patricia is a CEF and AHSA dressage judge and a CEF certified Level III coach and examiner. She is the owner of Canterbury Stables and Breeding Farm, which is located in Delta, British Columbia and is a teaching and training facility for dressage and jumper enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Not only is Patricia concerned with the complete training of the horse and rider, but her business also has a breeding program which is designed to give the dressage community access to talented, willing horses; thereby allowing us to be the best that we can be. Fax:( 604) 946-5006 E-Mail: patdept@ direct.ca. Elizabeth McMullen: Elizabeth, also known as Libby, owns and operates a dressage/ thoroughbred stable in Palgrave, Ontario, Canada. Some events in which Elizabeth has officiated include the Volvo World Cup Final in Paris, Burbank and Gothenburg; the Central American Games in El Salvador, North American Young Rider Championships and the Mexican Finals. She has judged the Can Am Challenge and both the Canadian and American World Cup League finals on several occasions. She was the past director of Equine Studies at Humber College. Elizabeth is the past overseas representative to the FEI on the World Cup Committee, and is a member of the Canadian Equestrian Team Advisory Committee, judges and officials, and coaching committees. Elizabeth is a CEF certified level 3 coach and she served as chef d'equipe to the Canadian Team at the New Zealand Dressage Derby. She conducts clinics and seminars throughout Canada and the United States. Some of her achievements in riding include having competed at the World Dressage Championships in 1986, being a member of the Canadian Team at the North American Dressage Championships in 1989 and being short listed by the team in 1990. Some of her engagements for 1999 will include the Pan American Games, CDI's Wellington, Pantano, Rancho Murieeta and the Canadian World Cup Final. Patricia Rowe: Patricia, a Director on the CADORA National Board of Directors( first elected Fall, 1997) and a Director on the Ottawa Area Dressage Group( OADG) Board, has been riding and competing since 1975, when she started as a Pony Club member in Halifax. A lawyer for the last 16 years, Patricia has practised law in Ontario and Nova Scotia in both the private and public sectors, as well as pursued an interest in international relations by undertaking a Master of Arts degree at the Norman Paterson School of International Relations. Presently, she is legal counsel with the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development where she works in the negotiation and settlement of aboriginal land claims. Because of her work and volunteer experience( in both dressage and semi-professional organizations), she brings with her skills in litigation, management of not-for-profit organizations, negotiations, operations management, policy development, public relations, risk management, and training. Patricia has a keen interest in dressage and the promotion of the discipline. She has a genuine concern for the success of dressage in Canada and its accessibility to the amateur rider. However, these goals cannot be achieved without an organization which possesses a sound infrastructure and is built on consensus. Within the next two to three months, your transition team will be preparing a transition report which will contain a detailed structure of Dressage Canada, business plan, budget, and communications plan. This report will be circulated to all members of the dressage community for review and feedback.
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    • Subject Browse: SPORTS & RECREATION / Horse Racing - http://www.publist.com/indexes/SPO021000_01.html
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        Document Excerpt: Subject Browse: SPORTS& RECREATION/ Horse Racing. SPORTS& RECREATION/ Horse Racing. 100 Winners for( Year)( United Kingdom). Bloodstock Breeders Review( United Kingdom). British Equestrian Directory( United Kingdom). British Horse Society Members Handbook( United Kingdom). Nationwide Overnight Stabling Directory& Equestrian Vacation Guide( USA). Raceform Chaseform( United Kingdom). Raceform Flat Annual( United Kingdom). Raceform Horses in Training( United Kingdom). Raceform Update( United Kingdom). For Partners| For Publishers| Privacy Policy. Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory( TM)( or Ulrich's( TM)) is a trademark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc.
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    • Total Guide to Canada - Canadian Homepages - H - http://mickster.got.net/canadian/home/h.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Total Guide to Canada- Canadian Homepages- H. All Products Books Popular Music Classical Music Video Toys Consumer Electronics Home Improvement. Meet your significant other- Online Personals. Hagey, Warren- Information about myself, humourous articles I have written, photographs I have taken, and links to or sites. Haines, Kevin- Troutster's Net- includes links to Canadian/ regional webpages relating to fishing and equipment. Harnad, John- professor of mamatics at Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada. Hosking, Ursula- contains information and links about dressage, Dutch Warmbloods, and Rhodesian Ridgebacks. Hsu, Jimmy- Home of Yellow Bastard- You can get Kung Fu death here, my original cartoon. Hughes, Philip Jaffray- Snark Hunter- Selected links to academic resources, primarily related to interdisciplinary study of time and evolution.
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    • Equestrian Center For Sale - http://www.explor-net.com/stable/home.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Equestrian Center For Sale. Only 30 min from Montreal Quebec, Canada. Ultra Modern Stable 100 x 200. Located in Quebec, Canada in a beautiful region surronded by pine trees and sand ground. please include subject( Equestrian Center). A special thanks to" The Cowboy Capital of the World" and" StallionAlley", HorseWeb and Nicker Net Morgan Marketplace for providing us with a link.
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    • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage10.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Media Releases. Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships. Ottawa, Ontario--- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor of the grand prix and CDI-W divisions of the Canadian National Dressage Championships( east) to be held September 11-14, 1997, at the National Capital Equestrian Park, in Nepean, ON, just outside of Ottawa. The talents of Europe's most renowned crystal artists are reflected in their collectibles, limited edition art and jewellery collections. Swarovski Canada Limited was founded in 1977 and is responsible for the distribution of Swarovski crystal to over 500 retail stores throughout Canada. " I believe that Swarovski has found a perfect match with the sport of dressage," says Swarovski Canada President Peter White. For the Canadian National Dressage Championships, Swarovski Canada has generously donated prize money in addition to Silver Crystal pieces, including a magnificent stallion for the grand prix champion. " With Swarovski and dressage sharing such similar goals, we are pleased to welcome them to our sport. It is valued sponsorships like theirs that make events worthwhile for competitors and spectators alike," says Cara Whitham, Chair of the Canadian National Dressage Championships, eastern division. " Their generous gifts will further enhance the winners achievements. The grand prix event will see the top names in dressage compete for the title of Canadian National Dressage Champion, including Olympic bronze medalist Gina Smith of Brockville, ON, Tom Dvorak of Keswick, ON, Gary Vander Ploeg of King City, ON, and George and Louise Miechowsky of Hudson, PQ. Slide photograph of Swarovski Silver Crystal White Stallion to be presented to the grand prix champion available on request.
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    • Dressage News - http://www.cadvision.com/caada/dnews.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Alberta Dressage Association. CA/ ADA Executive Committee. Clinic Schedule. The Canadian International Dressage Riders Association is proud to announce the creation of the CIDRA Developing Rider Grant Program. This program is designed to assist Canadian FEI riders in accessing development, training and competitive opportunities. " CIDRA wanted to develop a program that would provide direct financial assistance to our athletes," said George Miechowsky, President of CIDRA. Each application must include competition results and an outline of the proposed use of the grant monies. The recipients of the first grants will be chosen in November, 2000 by a Grant Application Committee made up of five CIDRA members who are not themselves applying for a grant. The number and size of grants awarded each year will depend on the amount of money raised by CIDRA members in the previous year through fundraising activities. These clinics will be awarded at no cost to the two local riding groups who have sold the most 2001 CIDRA calendars by December 31, 2000. CIDRA is the Canadian branch of the International Dressage Riders Association. CIDRA's main fundraising activity is the sale of its annual calendar featuring some of Canada's top dressage riders. For more information on the CIDRA Developing Rider Grant Program or to obtain a CIDRA membership form or 2000 CIDRA calendar or to inquire about event or calendar sponsorship opportunities, please contact Victoria Winter at 416-867-4982 or email victoria.winter@ bmo.com or visit our website at www.cybertap.com/ cidra. The Canadian International Dressage Riders Association is proud to announce the creation of the CIDRA Junior Team Challenge to be held at two shows in Canada this summer. Cornerstone Farms competition in Palgrave, Ontario July 7-9, 2000 and Southlands Riding Club's B.C. Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia August 5-7, 2000 will be the sites for these inaugural events. In the CIDRA Junior Team Challenge a CIDRA member competing at the FEI level will be paired with a junior rider competing at the Basic or FEI Pony level. Each rider's top two scores from their classes over the competition will be combined to determine the winning team. " This event was designed to create more interaction between our FEI riders and our junior riders while providing an opportunity to have fun!" said Liz Steacie, a member of the CIDRA Executive. " We are thrilled that Cornerstone and Southlands are allowing us to showcase the Team Challenge at their shows," she added. CIDRA is the Canadian branch of the International Dressage Riders Association. CIDRA's main fundraising activity is the sale of its annual calendar featuring some of Canada's top dressage riders. For more information on the CIDRA Junior Team Challenge or to obtain a CIDRA membership form or 2000 CIDRA calendar or to inquire about event or calendar sponsorship opportunities, please contact Victoria Winter at 416-867-4982 or email victoria.winter@ bmo.com or visit our website at www.cybertap.com/ cidra. The Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association confirmed today that a European style Stallion Performance Test( SPT) which has been in the planning stages for two years is scheduled to run from August 8th to September 6th of this year. Senior trainer Gerd Zuther has agreed to oversee the test which will accommodate up to twenty-eight stallions. Zuther has an international reputation as a clinician and test manager, having operated the November Hill 100 Day Test in Virginia for several years. An international cast of trainers, judges and riders is being assembled for the event which is expected to bring together the best young horses from all across Canada. In 1999, the CWHBA mandated it's Stud Book Committee to develop a Canadian stallion test based in principle on the 30 day Alternative Test proposed by Dr. After extensive consultation the Test has been redesigned to run later in the year and to allow stallions of varying ages and levels of training to participate. A further modification based on the Swedish Warmblood model will permit competition level stallions the option to be tested after participating in only the final ten days. The emphasis during the SPT is to evaluate the basic qualities of the stallions, both interior( temperament, and trainability) and exterior( gaits and athletic ability). Highly qualified and experienced judges from Canada and Europe will be used to evaluate the horses under saddle and free jumping along with top test riders who will appraise the riding characteristics. Having a made in Canada test will be another enhancement to our Canadian breeding program and will directly affect domestic and export markets for Canadian horses and horse semen as recognition for Canadian bred horses continues to improve. The CWHBA may be contacted for information at( 403) 201-5996 or www.canadianwarmloods.com. Ottawa, Ontario--- Members of Canada's dressage community came together on November 26 to further discuss the establishment of Dressage Canada as a single entity for the sport of dressage within the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( CEF). Held in conjunction with the CADORA Annual General Meeting in Montreal, PQ, the interested parties were able to reach agreement on a number of principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within the CEF for January, 2002. It was agreed that Dressage Canada will be governed by a board of five individuals to be elected-at-large by the members of CEF involved in dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada. To ensure a balance of regional representation, candidates for election will be recruited through a nominating committee in advance of elections. The Board may also appoint an additional member if necessary to provide a certain expertise i.e. Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees- competitions, education, high performance, marketing, nominating, officials and rules and may also form ad-hoc committees as required. Presently, four different organizations are responsible for various administration and promotional duties within the sport of dressage- the Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association( CADORA), the Canadian International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), the National Dressage Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Federation( NDC) and the Dressage Management Committee of the Canadian Equestrian Team( DMC). In January, 1999, CADORA and the CEF organized a Dressage Summit in conjunction with the CEF Annual Convention in Ottawa to discuss the future of dressage in Canada. A Working Group was formed to prepare a business plan for the sport which was released in September, 1999, and acted as the basis for discussion at the November 26 meeting. The restructuring efforts for dressage parallel the current restructuring efforts of the CEF. Research conducted in 1998 and 1999 shows that the equestrian community believes that the CEF should provide a united voice for Canada's horse industry. In keeping with this principle, it was decided that Dressage Canada will function as the single governing body for dressage under the CEF umbrella. It was also agreed that both the CEF and Dressage Canada will have similar objectives, namely to create a single entity for the dressage community which will speak with one voice, to have a seamless membership, to have an elected governance which is lean and manageable and to be financially self-sufficient. " We are very excited that the dressage community was able to reach a consensus on the future of the sport," says Alf Fletcher, President of the Canadian Equestrian Federation. " We know that by working together, both the sport of dressage and the individuals involved will benefit from the creation of Dressage Canada. To begin the process which will hopefully see Dressage Canada up and running in January 2002, an Interim Board will be established by the end of December, 1999. The members of the Interim Board will be named by their respective organizations by mid-December, 1999. 1) from the period of January 2000 to January 2001, the Interim Board will develop a detailed structural and financial plan for the implementation of Dressage Canada,. 2) the Interim Board will be the governing board for Dressage Canada for the period of January 2001 to January 2002 and duties will include setting up the Dressage Canada Committees,. 3) As part of setting up the Dressage Canada Committees, the Interim Board will establish the Nominating Committee to seek nominations for election to the Board and to oversee the process of electing a Board for January 2002. The Interim Board will report on its progress to the dressage community as well as directly to the CEF Executive Committee in May 2000, October 2000 and January 2001. The future of both CADORA and CIDRA will be determined by their own memberships respectively. The CEF welcomes the implementation of Dressage Canada, one unified group who will govern and coordinate all dressage activities in Canada including programs for all skill levels within the sport. Copyright 2000 Calgary Area/ Alberta Dressage Association.
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    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
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        Document Excerpt: Search for:"" Canadian" Or+. Free Internet Access- Find it- Talk about it- Shop for it. Search within these results. Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release October 1, 1998 Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games Rome, Italy--- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy MacLach. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release August 11, 1997 Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships Ottawa, Ontario--- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor of the grand pri. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release February 20, 1997 Canadian Dressage Down Under Ottawa, Ontario--- Lorriane Chappell of Aldergrove, BC, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada s two repr. Dressage Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 3, 1997 New Training Centre for Canadian Dressage Team Ottawa, Ontario--- The York Equestrian Centre in East Gwillinbury, ON, just north of Toronto, h. Canadian Sport Horse Stallion, Weissgold, for hire- WeissgoldWeissgold( picture below) Weissgold is 16.1 hh, grey stallion sired by the Hanoverian" Wagner" who is now deceased. Equestrian Connection- Dressage, Eventing, Jumper, Your Complete Equine Informa- This site last updated: August 26th, 1998 Message from The Editor Thanks for everyone who has sent me their ideas and suggestions. NEWS FROM THE CANADIAN EQUESTRIAN TEAM- NEWS FROM THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR Merschformann Out-Jumps Millar November 11, 1997-- Toronto, ON--- For the second night in a row, Ian Millar had to settle for second place in internation. National Office Box 4256, Station E Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B3 Phone 1-888-286-PONY 3-6 PM Mountain time Mon-Fri- Voicemail at other times FAX. Kirkwood Home Page( Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy)- The V. Endurance Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 29, 1997 Canada Strikes Gold in Can-Am Challenge Ottawa, Ontario--- Canadian dressage added another victory to its collection this weekend as the Cana. Diary 2000/ Sports Extra/ ireland.com- Ireland.com Today's Paper• Your E-Mail• Site Map Take me to. The Irish Times Breaking News Sports Extra Business Technology Dublin Live Weather Recruitment Crosswords EuroTimes Path to Peace An Te. New Jersey Online: Star-Ledger Sports- NJO>> Free, daily sports headlines by e-mail! Click here for NJ Energy Choice News Horse show: Kraut, Liberty tame difficult course 06/ 26/ 00 By Nancy Jaffer SPECIAL TO THE STAR-LEDGER A course o. Second opinion? Try searching for"" Canadian" Or+" at. Topics Shopping Computers Entertainment Finance Games Kids Music Small Business Sports Travel. Find Auctions Chat Clubs Ecards Email Free ISP FTP MP3 Maps People Stocks Yellow Pages More.
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    • National - http://www.atlanticrider.com/national10.htm
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        Document Excerpt: National& International News. Plans Progress for Dressage Canada. Members of Canada's dressage community came. the proposed new corporate structure of the Canadian Equestrian. principles and establish a timeline to implement Dressage Canada within. individuals to be elected-at-large by the members of CEF involved in. dressage and thus affiliated with Dressage Canada. of regional representation, candidates for election will be recruited. through a nominating committee in advance of elections. appoint an additional member if necessary to provide a certain expertise. Dressage Canada will consist of seven committees- competitions,. International Dressage Riders Association( CIDRA), the National Dressage. Convention in Ottawa to discuss the future of dressage in Canada. In keeping with this principle, it was decided that Dressage Canada will. To begin the process which will hopefully see Dressage Canada up and. The CEF welcomes the implementation of Dressage Canada, one unified.
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    • Canadian Pony Club Home Page - http://www.ebtech.net/ponyclub/
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        Document Excerpt: CANADIAN PONY CLUB WEBSITE. National Office. Administrative Assistant- Val Crowe. It appears that either your browser does not support scripting or scripting has been disabled. If you are running Netscape 3.0 or newer, Internet Explorer 3.0 or newer, or Opera 3.0 or newer, then you have turned off scripting support in your preferences. If you are running other browsers such as any Mosaic version, Hot Java, UDIWWW, or versions of Netscape IE, or Opera earlier than those shown above, the navigation methods used on this page WILL NOT WORK reliably in your browser. === more about the Canadian Pony Club=== Meet the National Chair History How Pony Club Works Membership Requirements and Fees Regions of the Canadian Pony Club CPC Supplies Order Form How to get your Branch or Region online National Directors and Discipline Contacts List=== Activities& Competitions=== General Rallies Dressage Show Jumping Prince Philip Games Tetrathlon Quiz---End of list. === Achievement Standards/ References=== Overview of standards D Standard D1 Standard D2 Standard C Standard C1 Standard C2 Standard B Standard B2 Standard HA Standard RA Standard Reading Lists A/ B Examiners Handbook Fact Book for B/ B2 Candidates HA Testing Guidelines Teaching Guidelines( B and up)---End of list. === Visit Regional or Branch pages===---------REGIONS Use a clickable map showing all our Regions Alberta Central Alberta North Alberta Southern British Columbia Islands British Columbia Lower Mainland Central Ontario Manitoba New Brunswick/ Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia/ Newfoundland St. Lawrence/ Ottawa Valley Western Ontario---------BRANCHES Ajax( COR) Albion( WOR) Baldur( MAN) Baltimore Hills( COR) Black Creek( ABN) Bluewater( WOR) Bowmanville( COR) Brandon( MAN) Caledon( WOR) Centaurus( COR) Claremont( COR) Comox Valley( BCIS) Cowichan Valley( BCIS) Crocus( MAN) Dauphin( MAN) Durham( COR) Eastern Shore( NS/ NF) Eglinton( COR) Elliot Lake( COR) First CIty( NB/ PEI) Fredericton( NB/ PEI) Glen Ross( SLOV) Georgian Bay( WOR) Guelph( WOR) High County( WOR) Huron Bruce( WOR) Huronia( COR) Kawartha( COR) London( WOR) Mars Hill( MB) Maple( COR) Marshwind( NB/ PEI) Metchosin( BCI) Mill Ridge( WOR) Mount Nemo( WOR) Napanee( COR) Niagara( WOR) North Bay( COR) North Hill( MAN) Northlands( MAN) Oshawa( COR) Panorama Ridge( BCLM) Parksville-Qualicum( BCIS) Pause Awhile( COR) Peace Bridge( WOR) Pickering( COR) Pine Ridge( COR) Portage( MAN) Ports North( BCIS) Powell River( BCIS) Prince Edward County( COR) Quennel Lake( BCIS) Red River( MAN) Renfrew( SLOV) River Valley( NB/ PEI) Saltspring Island( BCIS) Sault Ste. Marie( COR) Simcoe( COR) Sturgeon Valley( ABN) Sudbury( COR) Temiskaming( COR) Timberline( COR) Toronto& North York( COR) Tynedale( COR) Uxbridge-Scugog( COR) Vancouver( BCLM) Vaudreuil County( SLOV) Valley View( COR) Victoria( COR) Walden( COR) Whitchurch( COR) Windsor-Essex( WOR) Windy Plains( MAN)---End of list. === About This Website=== Who to Contact How to get your Branch or Region included History of the Site Website Operating Policies. Download Testing Procedures, competition Rules and more FREE from the Document Download page. June 26- Val Crowe, the CPC Administrative Assistant, gets the Manitoba Horse Council Person of the Year Award. June 16- The Celebration of Friends event scheduled for Spruce Meadows this summer has been cancelled due to lack of entries. As a result, the Western Canadian Dressage Championships and Western Canadian Show Jumping Championships will not be held this year. The Western Canadian, National, National Masters, and International Games Championships will be held as scheduled but they will be moved to another location near Calgary which will be announced soon. May 16- A limited number of Canadian Pony Club members have been invited to join a Combined Training, Games, and Tetrathlon Camp being organized by the Amwell Valley Hounds branch of the USPC in July. May 16- Katie Shipley of the Pickering branch in Central Ontario is featured on the cover of" The Horse" magazine. May 14- The first issue of the Canadian Pony Club National Newsletter, the" National Notebook" has now been posted in several different forms for you to view or download. April 8- We have an invitation from the Park Ridge Pony Club in Brisbane, Australia for CPC members to compete in a 2 day event where they expect 200 horses! Check out their website or their Nomination( Entry) form for more information. April 8- We have just posted an update to the National Education Highlights and also the first of a new series called Testing Tidbits which should attract lots of interest. April 7- Congratulations to the Governor General's Award of Excellence winners Annie Baird. April 3- At the March 31- April 2 Annual General Meetings in Guelph, three new Regions were created in Alberta. Welcome to the new Alberta North Region, the Alberta Central Region, and Alberta Southern Region!. March 21- Bob Bailey, the National Tetrathlon Chair has created a neat new National Tetrathlon News page which he'll be using to keep tetrathletes up to date! Check it out. March 18- The Western Championships for Dressage, Show Jumping, and PPG as well as the National, International, and Masters PPG Championships are being held in late July and early August at Spruce Meadows. March 17- Added a" Virus/ Worm Information Primer" to tell you about what viruses and worms are, how to protect against them, and what to do if you get one. March 15- Posted the Second Notice for the Eastern Canadian Dressage and Show Jumping Championships. Feb 21- At the CEF Annual Meeting In late January, Barbara Kemp, one of the CPC's Lifetime Directors, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Server resources to host all pages are donated by Electrobyte Technologies in Sarnia and page authoring/ image scanning is done on a volunteer basis so there is no cost to CPC Regions Branches which wish to have one or more pages hosted on this site. If you have comments or questions, email to cdales@ ebtech.net would be welcomed.
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    • Google Web Directory - Sports > Equestrian > Associations > Canada - http://directory.google.com/Top/Sports/Equestrian/Associations/Canada/
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        Document Excerpt: Google Web Directory- Sports Equestrian Associations Canada. Sports Equestrian Associations Canada. Viewing in Google PageRank order View in alphabetical order. Canadian Equestrian Federation- http:// www.equestrian.ca/ cefmain.htm. The CEF is recognized by the Fédération Equestre Internationale( FEI) and the Canadian Olympic Association as the governing body for equestrian sport in Canada. The official registry and record keeping body for the Standardbred Industry in Canada. A reining association that encourages appreciation of the reining horse and promotes the sport of reining in British Columbia. Club Equestre Les Forestiers- http:// www.polo.ca/ clubequestre/. Their mission is to provide an enjoyable, safe and natural network of riding trails to the equestrian community in the area and to promote good horsemanship, friendship, and to encourage equestrian sports. Dedicated to the promotion of the reining horse in Canada, and affiliated with the Canadian Equestrian Federation. Now affiliated with the AQHA and AQHYA, we are an association built to join kids and horses in competition and recreation. Devoted to the promotion of dressage in Toronto area. Canadian Long Distance Riding Association- http:// www.geocities.com/ Yosemite/ Gorge/ 3510/. Registry and Association for the Morab Horse, Breeders and Promoters with membership, publication, events and support. CADORA Inc- http:// users.erols.com/ cohenjosh/ 070901hors.html. The content of the Google directory is based on the Open Directory and is enhanced using Google's own technology. The following Open Directory editors contributed to this category:.
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    • Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies - http://www.equestrian.ca/biodvorak.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies. Birthplace: Braunschwieg, Germany. Hometown: Keswick, Ontario. He loved horses from earliest memory and finally, at age 12, Tom s grandmother persuaded his parents to buy him a horse. In the first year, Tom helped his parents operate the marina they purchased in Severn Falls, Ontario, and put his riding on hold. From 1992 to 1994, Tom competed for Canada with Asanti, owned by Joan Farlinger and, although he won the Canadian League Volvo World Cup Final, he was unable to compete in the 1995 Volvo World Cup Final in California due to the sale of the horse. Tom is now riding Clearly Canadian at the grand prix level, a talented horse who was purchased from Ireland as a four year old by Betty Briggs. 6th Grand Prix WEG Selection Trial# 2, York Equestrian Centre, ON Clearly Canadian. 6th Grand Prix WEG Selection Trial# 1, York Equestrian Centre, ONClearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Special Cornerstone Farms Summer Festival II, ON Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Cornerstone Farms Summer Festival I, ON Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Special Cornerstone Farms Summer Festival I, ON Clearly Canadian. 2nd Intermediare II CDI-W Windedge, Ste-Justine de Newton, PQ Clearly Canadian. 12th Grand Prix CDI-W Windedge, Ste-Justine de Newton, PQ Clearly Canadian. 4th Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W Windedge, Ste-Justine de Newton, PQ Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Special Cornerstone Farms Springs Into Dressage, ON Clearly Canadian. 16th Grand Prix CDI-W s'Hertogenbosch, NED Clearly Canadian. 10th Intermediare II CDI-W s'Hertogenbosch, NED Clearly Canadian. 1st Grand Prix CDI-W Royal Winter Fair, Toronto, ON Clearly Canadian. 1st Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W Royal Winter Fair, Toronto, ON Clearly Canadian. 5th Team North American Dressage Championships, MD Clearly Canadian. 15th Grand Prix Special North American Dressage Championships, MD Clearly Canadian. 2nd Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. 11th Grand Prix CDI-W Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. Gold Can-Am Challenge, CDI-W Dressage at Devon, PA Heidekonig. Georges Can-Am Challenge, CDI-W Dressage at Devon, PA Heidekonig. 3rd Intermediare I Can-Am Challenge, CDI-W Dressage at Devon, PA Heidekonig. 1st Grand Prix Eastern Division, Canadian National Dressage Championships, Nepean, ON Clearly Canadian. 1st Grand Prix Special Eastern Division, Canadian National Dressage Championships, Nepean, ON Clearly Canadian. Georges Eastern Division, Canadian National Dressage Championships, Nepean, ON Heidekonig. 6th Intermediare I Eastern Division, Canadian National Dressage Championships, Nepean, ON Heidekonig. 2nd Grand Prix CDI-W Canadian Classic, Nepean, ON Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W Canadian Classic, Nepean, ON Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Special Ontario Championships, Grandview Farm, ON Clearly Canadian. 2nd Grand Prix Ontario Championships, Grandview Farm, ON Clearly Canadian. 2nd Advanced Reserve Champion, Ontario Championships, ON Heidekonig. 5th Grand Prix CDI-W Sunnybrook Dressage Classic, Toronto, ON Clearly Canadian. 7th Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W Sunnybrook Dressage Classic, Toronto, ON Clearly Canadian. 10th Grand Prix Toronto CADORA, York Equestrian Centre, ON Clearly Canadian. 2nd Grand Prix Reserve Champion, Dressage at Palgrave, ON Clearly Canadian. 3rd Grand Prix Dressage at Palgrave, Caledon, ON Clearly Canadian. 1st Grand Prix Special Dressage at Palgrave, Caledon, ON Clearly Canadian. 4th Grand Prix Freestyle Dressage at Palgrave, Caledon, ON Clearly Canadian. 5th Intermediare II CDI-W Windedge, Ste-Justine, PQ Clearly Canadian. 1st Advanced Champion, CDI-W Windedge, Ste-Justine, PQ Ardagh. 2nd Medium 2 Reserve Champion, Canadian Championships Heidekonig. Gold Team Can-Am Challenge, Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. 1st Intermediare I Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. 1st Intermediare Freestyle Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. Georges Dressage at Devon, PA Clearly Canadian. 2nd Medium 4 Reserve Champion, Canadian Championships Ardagh. 2nd Grand Prix Reserve Champion, Toronto Cadora SummerClassic, ON Asanti. 3rd Grand Prix World Cup Qualifier, American Dressage Concours, Venice, Florida Asanti. 2nd Grand Prix Reserve Champion, Kilbyrne Dressage Festival, London, ON Asanti. 1st Grand Prix Freestyle World Cup Qualifier, Ottawa Area Dressage Festival, ON Asanti. 3rd Grand Prix Canadian National Championships, Eastern Division, Windedge Farms, Ste-Justine, PQ Asanti. 3rd Grand Prix Special Canadian National Championships, Eastern Division, Windedge Farms, Ste-Justine, PQ Asanti. 2nd Intermediare I Consolation, Dressage at Devon CDI-W, PA Misha. 2nd Intermediare II CDI-W, Venice, Florida Asanti. 3rd Grand Prix Special CDI-W, Venice, Florida Asanti. 1st Grand Prix CDI-W Dressagefest, Michigan Asanti. 1st Grand Prix Special CDI-W Dressagefest, Michigan Asanti. Silver Team North American Young Riders Championships, IL Darlant. 5th Individual North American Young Riders Championships, IL Darlant.
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    • MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies - http://search.metacrawler.com/crawler?refer=mc-morelike&general=Canadian%20Eques...
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        Document Excerpt: MetaCrawler Results| Search Query= Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies. input.radio{ background-color:# FFCC33; color:# FFFFFF;} midbg{ background-color:# FFCC33;} divider{ background-color:# CC9900;} lightbg{ background-color:# FAFAD2;} navbg{ background-color:# ff6600;} dkfooterbg{ background-color:# 666666;}. The Web Directory Audio/ MP3 Images Newsgroups Auctions. LookSmart category- Equestrian Clubs and Associations. Canadian National Water Polo team: Canadian National Water Polo team from dsuper.net. Click on this Internet Keyword to go directly to the Canadian National Water Polo team Web site. 1000, http:// www.dsuper.net/~ univert/ Nat_ team.html( Internet Keyword)| More Like This. LookSmart category- Equestrian Dressage. Search Canadian dressage news and events, stable and training facility profiles, and an homage to Olympian Gina Smith. Skidmore College Dressage Team: The website of Skidmore College Dressage Team. Click on this Internet Keyword to go directly to the Skidmore College Dressage Team Web site. 333, http:// osu.orst.edu/~ yuwonor/ dressage( Internet Keyword)| More Like This. LookSmart category- Equestrian Clubs and Associations- Read about the sport of dressage and what the requirements are for making this college's team. LookSmart category- Equestrian Dressage- Search Canadian dressage news and events, stable and training facility profiles, and an homage to Olympian Gina Smith. Research Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies at Electric Library. Results for" Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies" 1 to 6 of 6 results. Too many useless results? Try your search as a Phrase:" Canadian Equestrian Team Dressage Biographies". About.com| AltaVista| DirectHit| Excite| Google| GoTo.com| Infoseek. LookSmart| Lycos| RealNames| Thunderstone| Webcrawler| FindWhat.com.
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    • Canadian Sport Horse Association - http://www.canadian-sport-horse.org/
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        Document Excerpt: Canadian Sport Horse Association. CANADIAN SPORT HORSE ASSOCIATION. The Association is comprised of Provincial and regional chapters and a membership of between 800 and 1000 breeders and owners of Canadian Sport Horses. It operates under an elected Board of fifteen Directors with a President: Jos Mottershead; Vice-President: Keith Murray, and thirteen other members. Formed in 1926, the Canadian Sport Horse Association is the oldest sport horse registry in Canada. Originally created with the intention of assisting breeders improve local stock by inspecting their farm mares for soundness, and encouraging the use of approved Thoroughbred stallions, the Association has since become a recognized" Evolving Breed" under Canada's Animal Pedigree Act. Today's philosophy has not changed in it's aims of producing a sound, athletic performer, but in succeeding in that aim, the CSHA no longer limits genetic input to just Thoroughbred stallions, but now blends approved bloodlines from many breeds. All horses being presented for inclusion in the Foundation Stallion Book, or the Appendix Mare Book must undergo a rigorous inspection of conformation, movement, and breeding soundness once they are three years of age or older. Stallions, which must already be registered with an acceptable breed, are then required to complete a 30 day Stallion Performance Test, or to achieve certain performance criteria in competition before the end of their sixth year. Suitable bloodlines from sport horse Stud Books throughout the world may be considered eligible by the Canadian Sport Horse Association, and some may be included in one of the CSHA stud books without further inspection being necessary. Mare Inspections are carried out throughout Canada during the spring, summer and autumn, and there are occasional inspections carried out in the USA on an as-needed basis. There are two Stallion Inspections held in the autumn of each year, one in Eastern, and one in Western Canada. The aim of the CSHA is to ensure the production and promotion of a sound, solid horse, with a good disposition, capable of competing successfully in the Olympic Disciplines at all levels of competition. BLUE BEAU: International Jumper. COTTAGE COLLEEN: Olympic Medal Winning Eventer. SUPER TROOPER: International Jumper. CSHA Office: Box 98, 40 Elizabeth Street, Okotoks, Alberta T0L 1T0. History&# 124; Rules of Entry&# 124; Inspection Procedures&# 124; Fee Schedule&# 124; Show Results&# 124; National Achievement Awards&# 124; Articles for Sale&# 124; Horses for Sale&# 124; List of Breeders&# 124; Calendar of Events&# 124; Famous Canadian Sport Horses&# 124; Stud Book&# 124; Forms&# 124; Licensed Stallions&# 124; News. Original Basic Design S Harrold& CSHA.
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    • Dressage Media Releases - http://www.equestrian.ca/dressage1.htm
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        Document Excerpt: Dressage Media Releases. Canadian Dressage Down Under. Ottawa, Ontario--- Lorriane Chappell of Aldergrove, BC, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada's two representatives at the CDI Sydney, Australia, this year. Due to the high cost of international horse transport and Australia's strict quarantine requirements, the competition takes place on borrowed horses. Last year Norma-Jean Clayton of Edmonton, AB, and Jessica Costello of Mount Albert, ON, won the team silver medal. The first pair to represent Canada in this event were Leonie Bramall of Vancouver, BC, and Leslie Reid of Langley, BC, in 1994. Lorraine and Liz have experience riding together in team events- they were members of the bronze medal team at last year's Can-Am Challenge in California. Lorraine and her Oldenburg gelding Granfino were the 1996 Advanced Canadian National Dressage Champions. Liz was named the 1996 British Columbia Advanced Champion riding her Dutch Warmblood gelding Elymas. Funding for the trip is provided by the Canadian Dressage Supporters Club and the Canadian Equestrian Team- Dressage.
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    • Search for: ""Canadian" Or +"Canada" +"dressage"" - http://www.lycos.com/srch/?lpv=1&query=%22Canadian%22+Or+%2B%22Canada%22+%2B%22d...
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        Document Excerpt: Search for:"" Canadian" Or+. Free Internet Access- Find it- Talk about it- Shop for it. Search within these results. Canadian Dressage Team Competes at WEG- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release October 1, 1998 Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games Rome, Italy--- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy MacLach. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release August 11, 1997 Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships Ottawa, Ontario--- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor of the grand pri. Dressage Media Releases- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release February 20, 1997 Canadian Dressage Down Under Ottawa, Ontario--- Lorriane Chappell of Aldergrove, BC, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada s two repr. Dressage Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 3, 1997 New Training Centre for Canadian Dressage Team Ottawa, Ontario--- The York Equestrian Centre in East Gwillinbury, ON, just north of Toronto, h. Canadian Sport Horse Stallion, Weissgold, for hire- WeissgoldWeissgold( picture below) Weissgold is 16.1 hh, grey stallion sired by the Hanoverian" Wagner" who is now deceased. Equestrian Connection- Dressage, Eventing, Jumper, Your Complete Equine Informa- This site last updated: August 26th, 1998 Message from The Editor Thanks for everyone who has sent me their ideas and suggestions. NEWS FROM THE CANADIAN EQUESTRIAN TEAM- NEWS FROM THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR Merschformann Out-Jumps Millar November 11, 1997-- Toronto, ON--- For the second night in a row, Ian Millar had to settle for second place in internation. National Office Box 4256, Station E Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B3 Phone 1-888-286-PONY 3-6 PM Mountain time Mon-Fri- Voicemail at other times FAX. Kirkwood Home Page( Dressage, Kirkwood Genealogy)- The V. Endurance Media Release- Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 29, 1997 Canada Strikes Gold in Can-Am Challenge Ottawa, Ontario--- Canadian dressage added another victory to its collection this weekend as the Cana. Diary 2000/ Sports Extra/ ireland.com- Ireland.com Today's Paper• Your E-Mail• Site Map Take me to. The Irish Times Breaking News Sports Extra Business Technology Dublin Live Weather Recruitment Crosswords EuroTimes Path to Peace An Te. New Jersey Online: Star-Ledger Sports- NJO>> Free, daily sports headlines by e-mail! Click here for NJ Energy Choice News Horse show: Kraut, Liberty tame difficult course 06/ 26/ 00 By Nancy Jaffer SPECIAL TO THE STAR-LEDGER A course o. Second opinion? Try searching for"" Canadian" Or+" at. Topics Shopping Computers Entertainment Finance Games Kids Music Small Business Sports Travel. Find Auctions Chat Clubs Ecards Email Free ISP FTP MP3 Maps People Stocks Yellow Pages More.
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    • Biographies - M'ba to Mezo - http://www.philately.com/philately/biombme.htm
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        Document Excerpt: M'BA, Leon( 1902-1967) President of Gabon, journalist- Central Africa C19; Chad C13; Congo Rep. MBANGA Tuzinde Saint(-1886) One of the Uganda Martyrs- Burundi 96; 98; B43; B45; Vatican 405. MC( Names beginning with Mc)- See separate listing. MEAD Charles Philip( 1887-1958) Sportsman, cricket player- Nevis 8464-5. MEADE, George Gordon( 1815-1872) American general, engineer- Comoro Islands( M) 316. MEADE, Richard(-) English sportsman, dressage- Chad 286; Liberia 621; Upper Volta C111. MEAD, Margaret( 1901-1978) American anthropologist, author. Born December 16, 1901 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she was appointed assistant curator of ethnology at the American Museum of Natural History in 1926, associate curator from 1942 and curator from 1964. Later publications included Male and Female( 1949) and Growth and Culture( 1951). In 1955, and every two years thereafter until his retirement at the end of 1979, Meany was elected president of the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations( AFL-CIO). In that post he exerted considerable influence on the course taken by organized labor and the role it played in the political and legislative processes of the U.S. He urged labor leaders to remain neutral in the 1972 presidential election, although he had usually supported candidates of the Democratic Party. In 1973, however, he opposed the administration's wage and economic policies and called for the impeachment of President Richard M. MEANY, Helen(-) American Olympian- Tanzania TAN1995I18.8. MEDEIROS, Antonio Augusto Borges see Borges de MEDEIROS, Antonio Augusto. MEDEIROS, Maria Quiteira de Jesus( 1792-1848) Brazilian patriot, heroine- Brazil 748. MEDERICVEDY, Gilbert( 1902-1944) French patriot- France 918. MEDICI, Emilio Garrastazu( 1905) Brazilian president, general- Brazil 1215; Paraguay( M) 2090; Portugal 1173-6. MEDICI, Giovanni de Vicci de( 1360-1429) Italian merchant, diplomat- Antigua 582; Yemen Arab Republic( M) 537; Yemen Kingdom( Mich. MEDINA, Jose Maria( 1826-1878) Honduran president, general- Honduras 119-22; 122a; 123-4; 124a; 125-7; 127a-b; 128; 128a; 129; 129a-b; 130; 130a; C403; C403a. MEDINA ZAVALA, Jose Torribio( 1852-1930) Chilean lawyer, author, historian, diplomat, archeologist- Chile 273-4; B4. MEGHELEA, Gheorghe(-) Romanian sportsman, javelin- Romania 2652. MEHERULLAH, Munshi Mohammad- Islamic educator- Bangladesh BAN1995F07. MEHRING, Franz( 1846-1919) German socialist, author, historian, journalist- German Democratic Republic 246; 1274. MEHTA, Jamshed Nusserwanjee( 1886-1952) Pakistani public official, mayor of Karachi- Pakistan 691. MEHUL, Etienne Nicolas( 1763-1817) French composer, educator- France B371. MEI Lan Fang( 1894-1961) Chinese actor, theatre director, author- Chinese People's Republic 620-8. MEIEROVICS, Zigfrieds Anna( 1887-1925) Latvian prime minister, banker, educator, physician- Latvia B46-50. MEIGHEN, Arthur( 1874-1960) Canadian prime minister, lawyer. MEINRAD von Hohenzollern Saint( 800?-861) German monk, educator- Vatican 298. MEJIA, Gonzalo( 1885-1956) Colombian industrialist- Colombia 941. MEJIA, Liborio( 1792-1816) Colombian president, military leader- Colombia C385. MEJIA COLINDRES, Vicente( 1878) Honduran president, physician, journalist- Honduras 256-7., Manuel( 1887-1958) Colombian banker, merchant- Colombia 753; C464-6. MEJIA VALLEJO LEQUERICA, Jose( 1776-1813) Ecuadorian lawyer, scientist, author, journalist- Ecuador 140; 148; 181; O104. MELANCHTHON, Philip Schwarzerd( 1497-1560) German author, theologian. MELANDRO, Pedro Rafael Antonio( 1888-1963) Physician, musicologist- Netherlands Antilles 277. MELBA, Nellie( 1861-1931) Australian actress, singer. MELCHIOR, Lauritz Lebrecht Hommel( 1890-1973) Danish-American actor, singer. MELGAR, Agustin( 1829-1847) Mexican cadet- Mexico 833. MELGAR, Mariano( 1791-1815) Peruvian patriot, poet, author, journalist, translator- Peru 243; 277; 279; 547. MELIES, Georges( 1861-1938) French industrialist, film producer and director. MELL, Max( 1882-1971) Austrian author, poet, playwright- Austria 1228. MELLA, Ramon Matias( 1816-1864) Dominican patriot, politician- Dominican Rep. MELLA y FANJUL, Juan Vazquez see Vazquez MELLA y FANJUL, Juan. MELLON, Andrew William( 1855-1937) American banker, author, philanthropist, diplomat and mason. Born March 24, 1855 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was secretary of the treasury, 1921-32, and ambassador to Great Britain, 1932-33. Born in Seligenstadt, Germany of Dutch parents, he was a portraitist and religious painter. MENAGER, Laurent( 1835-1902) Luxembourgeois composer, educator- Luxembourg B166-9. - Czech Republic CZE1996B14; Madagascar 694; Mongolia 1562H- For information on Chess, see Chess under Games, Sports and Hobbies.) Dominican Indian, wife of ENRIQUILLO- Dominican Rep. He urged an adoption of the principles of Confucius and believed in the natural goodness of man. MENDANA de NEIRA, Alvaro de( 1541-1595) Spanish navigator, explorer- Solomon Islands 103. - Austria 1264; Czechoslovakia 1329; Danzig 238; Germany 1411; Maldives 1270; Transkei 8311; Vatican 729-30. MENDELEYEV, Dimitri Ivanovich( 1834-1907) Russian chemist, educator, author, journalist. Born February 7, 1834 in Tobolsk, Russia, he classified chemical elements by atomic weight and invented the periodic table. MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY, Jacob Ludwig Felix( 1809-1847) German composer, conductor, pianist- Germany 804; 804e; German Democratic Republic 2393. MENDELSSOHN, Moses( 1729-1786) German philosopher, author, journalist- Germany 9N429. MENDES de MAIA, Goncalo( 1075-1170) Portuguese warrior, chancellor- Azores 272; 274; 278; Portugal 422; 424; 429; 432. MENDES FRANCE, Pierre( 1907-1982) French politician, lawyer, economist, author. Born January 11, 1907 in Paris, France, he was the socialist premier, 1954-55, that ended France's war in Indochina. MENDES LEAL, Jose da Silva( 1818-1886) Portuguese author, poet, journalist, playwright- Cape Verde 328. MENDES PINTO, Fernao see PINTO, Fernao Mendes- MENDEZ, Diego(-) Follower of COLUMBUS- Dominican Rep. MENDEZ, Jose Eustaquio( 1784) Bolivian general, independence hero- Bolivia 708. MENDEZ, Moto(-) Bolivian patriot- Bolivia C278-81. MENDEZ de HARO y SOTOMAYOR, Luiz de( 1598-1661) Spanish chancellor- Spain 904. MENDEZ MAGANA, Gregorio( 1836-1887) Mexican army officer, national hero- Mexico 959. MENDEZ MONTENEGRO, Julio Cesar(-) Guatemalan president, lawyer, educator- Guatemala 345-51; C422-4; Salvador 789-90; C250-1. MENDEZ MONTENEGRO, Mario( 1910-1965) Guatemalan lawyer, Lord Mayor of Guatemala City- Guatemala C345-51. MENDEZ NUNEZ, Casto( 1824-1869) Spanish admiral- Peru 350. MENDEZ PEREIRA, Octavio( 1887-1959) Panamanian educator, author, diplomat- Panama 718; C233; C412. MENDOZA, Cristobal de( 1772-1839) Venezuelan lawyer, educator, patriot- Venezuela 350-6, 1489. MENDOZA AVILEZ, Rafael(-) Ecuadorian physician- Ecuador 1017. MENDOZA PEREZ, Diego( 1857-1933) Colombian diplomat, author, historian, journalist- Colombia-Boyaca 1-2. MENDOZA y COLLANTES, Toribio Rodriguez see Rodriguez MENDOZA y COLLANTES, Toribio. MENELIK II of Ethiopia( 1844-1913) Emperor- Ethiopia. MENEN WAIZERO( 1891-1962) Empress of Ethiopia, wife of HAILESELASSIE- Ethiopia 235; 240; 245; 297-301; 306; 327-35; 350; 375-7; 473-5. MENENDEZ de AVILES, Pedro( 1519-1574) Spanish explorer, admiral, colonial administrator- Spain 945; 949. MENENDEZ, Francisco( 1830-1890) Salvadorian president, general- Salvador 596. MENENDEZ, Isidoro( 1875-1958) Salvadorian priest, educator- Salvador 596; C80; C82; C83a. MENENDEZ PELAES, Antonio(-) Cuban aviation pioneer. MENENDEZ PIDAL, Ramon( 1869-1968) Spanish educator, author, historian, philologist, journalist- Spain 1674. MENENDEZ y PELAYO, Marcelino( 1856-1912) Spanish author, critic, historian, poet- Spain 814. MENEZES, Luis Olympio Telles de( 1825-1893) Brazilian professor, librarian, teacher, writer and soldier. He was one of the founders of the Associacao Espirta Brazileira( Brazilian Spiritualist Association). His most significant published works are Philosophia espiritualista( 1866); O espiritismo( 1867); Discurso lido na associacao espiritica-brazileira na sessao geral de 12 de dezembro de 1873( 1874); and Manual de estenographia braziliense( 1885). MENGS, Anton Raphael( 1728-1779) German painter, art critic. MENNANDER, Carl Fredrik( 1712-1786) Finnish bishop- Finland 497. MENNEA, Pietro(-) Italian sportsman, runner- Penrhyn Islands. MENOCAL y DEOP, Mario Garcia( 1866-1941) Cuban president, engineer, general, patriot- Cuba 543. MENTIWAB of Ethiopia( 1755) Empress, wife of BAKAFFA- Ethiopia 418. MENZEL, Adolf von( 1815-1905) German painter, educator, illustrator, author- Germany 9N88; German Democratic Republic 753A. ( 1874-1934) Russian communist, head of NKVD- Russia 4229. MERA, Juan Leon( 1832-1894) Ecuadorian author, poet, journalist, historian- Ecuador 734-7; 755; 760; 1029-30; C380. MERBOLD, Ulf(-) Cosmonaut, Space pioneer- Central Africa 662; 763; 849; Guinea 936; Kazakhstan KAZ1995D12.2. MERCADANTE, Giuseppe Saverio( 1795-1870) Italian composer, educator- Italy 1033. MERCATI, Giovanni( 1866-1957) Italian priest, author, philosopher, historian, librarian, cardinal- Vatican 143. MERCATOR, Gerard( 1512-1594) Flemish geographer, educator, cartographer, mathematician, inventor- Belgium 543; B324. MERCIER, Desire Felicien( 1851-1926) Belgian cardinal, educator, author, journalist- Belgium 953; B114-22. MERCKX, Eddy( 1945) Belgian sportsman, bicyclist- Ajman( M) 294; 1236-7; Equatorial Guinea( M) 823; 825; Manama( M) 162. MERCOURT, Melina( 1925-1994) Greek actress, politician- Greece 1806-09. MEREDITH, William Morris( 1799-1873) American statesman, lawyer- United States Various revenue stamps, starting with R305A. MERGENTHALER, Ottmar( 1854-1899) German-American inventor, watchmaker. - Gambia 634; Germany 9N105; United States USA1996B22.2. MERIAN, Anna Maria Sibilla( 1647-1717) German naturalist, author, illustrator Born in Frankfurt, Germany, the daughter of Matthous Merian the Elder, who was an engraver and publisher. Though he died when Maria was three, he helped fuel her life-long passion with a volume of scientific flower engravings he published six years before her birth. Maria s mother later married flower painter Jacob Marell, who assisted in his stepdaughter s artistic schooling. By her early twenties, Merian had established her reputation with the publication of a three-volume set of flower engravings. Then in 1699, Merian underwent her own transformation and emerged in the Dutch colony of Surinam to study the indigenous flora and fauna, and produce the detailed compositions featured in the Merian print stamps issued by the United States postal service. The original watercolors from Merian s Surinam trip reside in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle and appeared in 1705 in her Dissertation in Insect Generations and Metamorphosis in Surinam. Merian died in 1717 and Dorothea Maria Merian sold all her mother's pictures, plates, and texts to Johannes Oosterwijk, a publisher in Amsterdam. - Germany-Berlin 9N517; Germany 1467; United States USA1997C03 For additional information, see this Internet site. MERIAN, Matthaeus(-1650) German engraver- Germany GER1996E03.3( engraving). He studied law and visited Spain in 1830, and held posts under the ministries of the navy, commerce and the interior. He wrote novels and short stories, archaeological and historical dissertations and travel stories, all of which display exact learning, keen observations, humor and an exquisite style. Among his novels are Carmen, Colomba, Mateo Falcone, La Venus d'Ille, Lokis, Arsene Guillot, La Chambre Bleue and L'Abbe Aubain. MERINO, Fernando Arturo de( 1833-1906) Dominican president, educator- Dominican Rep. MERINO BENITEZ, Arturo( 1888) Chilean aviation pioneer- Chile 784. MERKER, Paul( 1894-1964) German communist- German Democratic Republic 1512. MERKULOV, Sergey Dimitryevich( 1881-1952) Russian painter- Russia 4994. MERLIN de DOUAI, Philippe Antoine( 1754-1838) French lawyer, politician, author- France 390. MERMOZ, Jean( 1901-1936) French aviation pioneer- Cameroun C245; C247a; C337; France 325-6; C43; Gabon C234; Mali C526-8; Senegal C51; C148. MERODE, Frederic Ghislain( 1792-1830) Belgian patriot, national hero- Belgium B28-30. MERRITT, William Hamilton( 1793-1862) Canadian legislator- Canada 655. Born on August 18, 1862 in Campinas, he concluded his preparatory courses in the schools of Caldeira, Morton, and Culto a Ciecia. In 1883 he graduated from the Faculty of Law in Sao Paulo, exercising his profession in Campinas. But his interests turned to journalism and he collaborated on Gazeta de Campinas and later the Provincia de Sao Paulo( now Estado de Sao Paulo, where he joined the editorial staff in 1886. Mesquita represented Sao Paulo in the Chamber of Deputies. 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MEYERHOF, Otto Fritz( 1884-1951) American physiologist- Born April 12, 1884 in Hanover, Germany, he won the 1922 Nobel Prize for work on consumption of oxygen and chemical pathways. MEYFARTH, Ulrike( 1956) German sportswoman, high jump- Dahomey C171; C172a; Equatorial Guinea( M) 664; Mongolia 700; Paraguay 8501; 8501e; Upper Volta( M) 432. MEYNERT, Theodor Hermann( 1833-1892) German physician, educator, author- Austria B164. A complete price listing giving retail values and ordering information is available by clicking on the Free List link above.
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    • CNET Search.com - Results for ' "Canadian" Or "Canada" And "dressage"' - http://savvy.search.com/search?channel=1&cat.118=1&q=%22Canadian%22+Or+%22Canada...
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        Document Excerpt: CNET Search.com- Results for'&# 034; Canadian&# 034; Or&# 034; Canada&# 034; And&# 034; dressage&# 034;'. Metasearching for'&# 034; Canadian&# 034; Or&# 034; Canada&# 034; And&# 034; dressage&# 034;'. Search: Fastest sources| All sources. Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release October 1, 1998 Canadian Dressage Team Competes at World Equestrian Games Rome, Italy--- The Canadian Dressage Team of Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, Nancy MacLach. Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release August 11, 1997 Swarovski To Sponsor Canadian Dressage Championships Ottawa, Ontario--- Swarovski Canada Limited has signed on as title sponsor of the grand pri. Free assessment for potential immigrants who wish to immigrate to Canada, detailed information on immigration to Canada, useful sites for Canadian immigration, citizenship, education, jobs and employment in Canada. in Northwestern British Columbia, Canada offers a variety of hunting and fishing opportunities in the Skeena and Kispiox Mountains. It's animated and flashes from Celebrate Canada! to Le Canada en Fete!. Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release February 20, 1997 Canadian Dressage Down Under Ottawa, Ontario--- Lorriane Chappell of Aldergrove, BC, and Liz Hopps of Vancouver, BC, will be Canada's two repr. This VRML walk-through is hosted by the House of Commons and the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information. Canadian Equestrian Team Media Release September 3, 1997 New Training Centre for Canadian Dressage Team Ottawa, Ontario--- The York Equestrian Centre in East Gwillinbury, ON, just north of Toronto, h. WeissgoldWeissgold( picture below) Weissgold is 16.1 hh, grey stallion sired by the Hanoverian" Wagner" who is now deceased. Dialogue Canada Library: Aborginal Constitutional Perspectives[ Snap]. Containing government and constitutional documentation, the Dialogue Canada Library has put together an important resource. Read the Universal Declaration of the Indigenous Aboriginal Nations of Canada, among other equally important documents. Choose another channel: Automotive Business& Money Computing Consumer Electronics Discounts& Bargains Downloads Entertainment Gaming Government Hardware Health& Medicine Horoscopes International Job Search Linux Music News& Media People Reference Reviews& Opinion Shopping Software Tech Support The Web Travel Web Development. Downloads&# 183; Games&# 183; Hardware Reviews&# 183; Help& How-Tos&# 183; Tech News&# 183; Tech Jobs&# 183; Web Building&# 183; Free Newsletters.
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    • APC Website - http://www.paralympic.org.au/text/news-oct99.html
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        Document Excerpt: [ Athlete Profiles]|[ Events Calendar]|[ Sports]|[ Newsletter]|[ History]|[ Links]|[ Home]|[ Splash]. 2000[ January]| 1999[ Annual Report]|[ December]|[ November]| October]|[ August]|[ July]|[ May]|[ April]|[ March]|[ January]| 1998[ December]|[ November]|[ October] Official Newsletter of the Australian Paralympic Committee. October 1999 Bugarin Claims World Record In Swimming Medal Haul. Western Australian swimmer, Kingsley Bugarin, maintained his excellent build-up to the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games by breaking a world record in a gold medal winning performance in Perth this week. The vision-impaired Bugarin,( B2 class), who won gold in the 100m breaststroke, 200m breaststroke and 200m individual medley at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games, broke the 200m breaststroke world record at the Pan Pacific Masters Championship in Perth. Swimming against fully sighted swimmers, Bugarin also captured gold when clocking 1min 11.11sec in the 100m breaststroke and collected silver medals in the 50m breaststroke and 200m individual medley. Select Australian Paralympic Committee Team2000 athletes and teams will compete in the bi-annual Southern Cross Multi-disability Championships which will be conducted in Sydney between October 26-31. The Championships are conducted by the NSW sports Council for the Disabled. The Championships are not a Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games test event and does not involve officials or staff from the Australian Paralympic Committee. Team2000 teams that have entered for the Games include the 1998 World Championship cycling team, soccer plus standing and sitting volleyball teams. The cycling team will include world champions Peter Homann, Kieran and Kerry Modra, Paul Clohessy, Greg Ball, Eddy Hollands, Matthew Gray, Steve Gray and David Murray. Individual swimming and track and field representatives, such as Brendan Burkett, Louise Sauvage and Amy Winters, will also be representing their states. APC Chief Executive, Mr Brendan Flynn, said the Championships will provide Team2000 members with valuable competition. " It's not often that our athletes have the opportunity to compete in an international competition in Australia," said Mr Flynn. " We wish our athletes every success and pass on our best wishes to the event organisers, the NSW Sports Council for the Disabled, on staging the Championships", he added. Paul Bird, Chef de Mission for the Australian team at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games, was tonight made a Life Member of the Australian Sports Organisation for Disabled at its annual general meeting. Bird has had a long and distinguished involvement with the ASOD having began as Council delegate in 1984 and served on the Board between 1988 and 1995. Bird, who lost part of a leg in a motorbike accident, represented Australia as an athlete at the 1980 and 1984 Paralympic Games and is currently an Australian Paralympic Committee Board Member. APC Chief Executive, Mr Brendan Flynn, said Bird's ASOD Life Membership was a tribute to his contribution over almost 20 years of senior involvement in elite sport for the disabled. " Paul's knowledge and credentials are unsurpassed and it is fitting that the ASOD sought it fit to honour him with Life Membership," said Mr Flynn. " The APC congratulates Paul and we look forward to his continued leadership as Chef de Mission of the Australian team for the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games," he added. The Australian Paralympic Committee( APC) and Telstra have enjoyed a successful partnership over many years and the relationship is set to develop further in the countdown to the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. Telstra has provided the APC with value-in-kind communications services until the end of next year. Telstra has also supported the APC’s Paralympic Employment Program, which will see up to 10 leading Paralympic athletes take permanent jobs within Telstra. The jobs have the flexibility to allow APC’s athletes to train and compete in various national and international competitions as they strive to reach their full potential at the Sydney Games. In addition to this support, Telstra is establishing a network of fundraising activities throughout its offices across Australia. About 100 APC Team2000 Training Squad athletes have been linked to Telstra Champions in workplaces around Australia to build awareness and support as well as assist with fundraising activities for the APC. To launch the program and sponsorship, the APC and Telstra undertook a national roadshow to Telstra workplaces to spread the message to staff, athletes, their families and the great Paralympic family. APC Chief Executive Brendan Flynn said Telstra had been supportive of the APC for a long time and this additional commitment was great news for the athletes and the organisation. " We are looking forward to building on our existing relationship with Telstra, and now with staff and athletes on a local level," Mr Flynn said. " It is great to see one of Australia’s blue ribbon corporates recognise the importance of supporting the Australian Paralympic athletes in their quest to represent their country at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games and beyond. Renowned Australian band Yothu Yindi will be part of the spectacular entertainment line-up at the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. The Yothu Yindi announcement coincided with the official release of tickets for the Paralympic Games. Opening Ceremony tickets will cost from$ 60 to$ 170, Closing Ceremony will cost from$ 30 to$ 70, while reserved seating for major finals will be$ 25 and all day passes will be$ 15 and$ 8 for concessions. The Opening Ceremony will be held at 7pm on Wednesday 18 October 2000 in the Olympic Stadium. The public can purchase tickets to the Paralympic Games by calling 13 6363 to register for a ticketing brochure. COMEDY duo Roy Slaven and HG Nelson will compere the 1999 Australian Paralympic Committee Sports Awards Dinner. This year’s awards dinner will be held in the ballroom of Star City, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont on Monday 29 November 1999. Australia’s hopes of widening its base of medal sports at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games received a boost with the sailing and equestrian teams returning with medals from their respective World Championships. Paralympic sailor Peter Thompson finished second in the disabled class at the World Sailing Championships in Sweden. Thompson was particularly impressive in the early stages, sailing his way into first place at the halfway point before he was overhauled by Germany’s reigning World Champion, Heiko Kroeger. In Denmark, Julie Higgins took out a bronze medal in her class at the World Dressage Championships for riders with a disability, spearheading the Australians to a team bronze medal as well. Higgins and her Australian team mates, Sue Haydon, Mary Ipkendanz and Sue-Ellen Lovett, were competing in the dressage for riders with borrowed horses, when they took the bronze finishing behind Great Britain and Norway. The two results means Australia is moving into medal contention in two sports that our team did not finish among the medals at the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games. " These results are really encouraging as we move into full scale preparations for the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games," said Australian Paralympic Committee Chief Executive Brendan Flynn. " It shows us that our Paralympic Preparation Program is paying dividends and justifies the decision of the APC to compete in all 18 sports at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. The Energy Australia Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team continued its build up to the Sydney 2000 Paralympic games by finishing second in a six-team international series in the United States. The Rollers went down to 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games bronze medallists Canada after defeating fellow Paralympic superpowers USA, Netherlands, Japan and Mexico on their way to the gold medal match. Australia started the final slowly, trailing 36-17 at half time before clawing their way back into the game against a Canadian team that refused to let go of the match. With 1996 Paralympic gold medallists Troy Sachs and Sandy Blythe leading the way, Australia remained on track to defend its Paralympic gold medal when the world’s best Paralympic basketball players descend on Australia next year for the Sydney the 2000 Games. Just as pleasing for the Rollers and coach Bob Turner was the emergence of debutantes Adrian King and Shaun Groenwegen during the series. King notched up a valuable three points in limited court time during the final while Groenewegen scored eight points in the final, behind only Sachs( 32) and Blythe( 11) as the team’s leading scorers. The Australian men’s wheelchair rugby side followed the lead set by their more illustrious Wallaby counterparts with victory over the Kiwis in the New Zealand Championships. Australia sent two sides to the New Zealand Nationals, with Australia( 1) winning the championships and Australia( 2) taking the bronze medal. Canterbury overpowered Auckland in the other semi final to set up a meeting with Australia( 1) in the gold medal match. In a tight match that typified the closeness of the two nations, Australia defeated Canterbury 34-31 to lift its hopes of claiming a medal at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. In a good indication of the depth of the Australian men’s wheelchair rugby side, Australia( 2) then defeated Auckland 40-34 to take the bronze medal. Stars for Australia were Cliff Clarke, Peter Harding, Steve Porter, Brad Dubberly and George Hucks as the countdown to the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games enters its final 12 months. Australia’s Paralympic amputee athletics members of the squad set a blistering pace at two major international meets in Germany recently. Neil Fuller also claimed an individual double gold beating Steve Wilson in the 100m final in 11.53sec by 0.22sec before comfortably winning the 400m final in 56.22sec ahead of Don Elgin( 62.24sec). Led by Matthews and Winters, the Australian squad remained strong against world class opposition. For Astley, her two silver medals in the 100m and long jump were recorded as USA athlete Sarah Reinertsen took gold in both events, breaking Astley’s world records- the 100m one set just one week earlier. Australia’s Paralympic cyclists took their tally to 12 gold when the Victorian pair of Paul Lake and Peter Homann each captured road race gold medals at the European Championships in France. Queensland Chris Scott and Homann were engaged in several duels throughout the championship as they battled for places in the CP4 class across a couple of events. Earlier in the Championship, Homann outlasted Scott to capture the kilometre time trial. Then on the last day of competition Homann captured road race from Scott with Germany’s Klaus Lungerhaussen in third place. One of the most pleasing results from the Australian camp was the win by Victoria’s Paul Lake in the 4000m pursuit( LC2 division). Lake easily defeated Germany’s Gottfried Muller and long-time rival, America’s Dory Selinger, who is the reigning world and Paralympic champion. Australia’s two other silver medals were won by Northern Territory’s Peter Murrell in the CP1 division road race, when runner-up to Belguim’s Dick Boon and by South Australia’s Kieran and Kerry Modra when they were pipped by the Italian duo of Silvana Valente and Fabrizio Di Somma in the Mixed Tandem Road Race. Paul Clohessy/ Eddy Hollands( Men’s Tandem Road Race). Not only is Burkett a member of our board, he heads the Athletes Committee and is a swimmer on the APC Team2000 Training Squad. 2000[ January]| 1999[ Annual Report]|[ December]|[ November]| October]|[ August]|[ July]|[ May]|[ April]|[ March]|[ January]| 1998[ December]|[ November]|[ October]. [ Athlete Profiles]|[ Events Calendar]|[ Sports]|[ Newsletter]|[ History]|[ Links]|[ Home]|[ Splash].
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    • FOR SALE - http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~chrisson/sale.htm
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        Document Excerpt: *** APPALOOSA FOR SALE***. Brown leopard spot gelding for sale; 15.3hh, rising 5 yrs, lightly backed in summer turned away over winter ready now to bring on. Price: £3.800 for quick sale incs new good quality English tack and rugs. She is a finished heading horse and well started on heeling. Sire: Shahar of Nocona Dam: Amazing Amethyst Topaz will make 15.3hh+. He was the Best Yearling at both the National Appaloosa Championships 1999 and the Northern Appaloosa Show 1999. She excels at pattern classes, but is a pretty enough mover for both hunter under saddle and western pleasure. Eligible for registration with British Spotted Pony Society. Name: Topas Fire Wind Registration: Pure Foundation Bred ApHC and ICAAF-4 registration Lineage: Bloodlines include: Chief Chelsea, Red Eagle, Toby I, Kamiak Trixie, Chief of Fourmile, Minidoka, Ghostwind Winged Hawk plus many others. Special Ability: This filly has superior conformation and movement for any discipline. The ability of a true versatle Foundation Appaloosa All gaits, plus single step Indian schuffle. Location: Tate Topa Foundation Appaloosas of Four Winds Ranch, Near Sacramento, California USA Owners: Cathy White Eagle 7250 Sierra Ponds Lane, Granite Bay, CA. Area: Near Sacramento, California Contact: Cathy Telephone: 916-791-2103 Email: Click Here WEBSITE. Country: England- UK Area: Southampton, Hampshire Contact: Janet Jackson Telephone: 01703 812374 Email: Click Here. She is the dam of 1999 Canadian JR Western Pleasure& JR Trail Horse Champion, Zippin with Attitude. County: Tacoma, WA Telephone:( 253) 843-1829 lv msg Email: Click Here. Country: England- UK County: Leicestershire Contact: Angela Hall Telephone: 0116 2403993 Email: Click Here. Country: U.S.A Contact: Miniappys@ aol.com. Belgian gentleman, already owning one is looking for a black leopard spotted gelding. Willing to travel anywhere in the UK, Belgium or Holland to find what he is looking for. Country: Belgium Contact: Sue Garritsen Telephone/ Fax: 00 3289 732257. Price:& pound700 Country: England- UK Area: Hampshire Contact: Janet Telephone: 01794 323523. Country: Wales- UK Area: Chepstow, Monmouthshire Contact: Melanie Banfield Telephone: 01600 860680. I am looking for a colored appaloosa that I could event and also do Hunter/ Jumper shows on. Price& pound; 10, 000 Country: Wales- UK County: Carmarthenshire Town/ City: Cross Hands Contact: Annette Telephone: 01269 831944. Sullivan's Shy Guy Is a 4 year old gelding out of a halter champion AQHA mare and by Admiral Sullivan an Appaloosa champion at halter and Suitability For Dressage and USDF champion in Training level Dressage. He has had 2 years professional training but had too much movement for the Appaloosa breed shows. Country: U.S.A Area: Enumclaw, WA Contact: Robbie Hesse Email: Click Here. Country: U.S.A Area: Elkhart, Indiana Contact: Nancy Vida Email: Click Here. By Spotless Rainbow GC/ S/ 1235 APHC 523812, out of Midnight Tamarind PR/ M/ 1318 APHC 511016. Price:& pound; 1, 250 ono I am looking for a blanket spot( other colouring considered) 14hh- 15.2hh Spotted Pony or Appaloosa and may be willing to do a deal/ part exchange with Amber( above). Area: Pembrokeshire Contact: Caroline Ord-Hume Telephone: 01239 831414( home) 01570 411351 ext. If you have an Appaloosa or Spotted Pony that you would like to advertise in this section. Send a photo( This can be sent as Email attachment- gif or jpg formats ONLY please) and the details about your horse/ pony, together with your name, email and/ or contact telephone number together with your country of residence( If outside the UK) and State or Town so that potential buyers know whereabouts you are and it will be entered at the next update. ( Due to my increasing workload as webmaster of Horseweb-UK I cannot say how often this site will be updated, but if you want to send them in I will do my best!) Please feel free to use the message board as well to advertise your spotties too. | Have You Seen?| Useful Addresses. | Message Board| Sign The Guestbook| View The Guestbook. Copyright 1998-99-2000[ THE SPOTTIES SITE] All rights reserved.
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