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Ontario Equestrian Federation 25th Anniversary Conference a Success

The 25th Anniversary Conference of the Ontario Equestrian Federation (OEF), held November 22-24, 2002 at the Nottawasaga Inn in Alliston, experienced a phenomenal increase in attendance. The almost 400 delegates to this year’s meeting exceeded last year’s attendance by more than 150 equine enthusiasts.

Ontario Equestrian Federation Award Recipients

The Ontario Equestrian Federation (OEF) honoured award recipients for 2002 at its Annual Banquet on Saturday, November 23rd. The Banquet was held in conjunction with the 25th Anniversary Conference at the Nottawasaga Inn in Alliston, Ontario.

British Eventing 2002 Winners

At the British Eventing Golden Frolics Ball at the Birmingham Metropole Hotel, Birmingham (23 November), the following were recognised for their achievements during the season.

De Leyer Named as Recipient of Pegasus Medal of Honour

Harry de Leyer, 75, of Dyke, VA, joins Charles Crabtree of Simpsonville, KY,
as a recipient of the 2002 USA Equestrian Pegasus Medal of Honor.

Outstanding Performances for U.S. Participants at Stuttgart German Masters

Lisa Wilcox continued her domination of German dressage competitions by winning the Grand Prix Special in Stuttgart, Germany on Sunday, November 24, aboard the 11-year-old Oldenburg stallion Relevant (Rubinstein I x Havanna), with an impressive score of 77.84%.

Equestrian Athlete Paige Lockton to Retire from International Competition

After competing in three day eventing for more than 15 years, equestrian athlete Paige Lockton of Callander, ON, is announcing her retirement from the international level of the sport.

Lexus Partners With Usa Equestrian To Become Sponsor At The 119th National Horse Show

Lexus has partnered with USA Equestrian to become the "official automobile of the National Horse Show." The 119th National Horse Show runs Tuesday, November 26, through Sunday, December 1.

Five Time Olympian Robert Dover Returns To The Dressage Ring At Dressage At National Horse Show

The 119th National Horse Show, the most prestigious horse show in the United States, will make its debut at The Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington from November 26 through December 1, 2002. The National, founded in 1883, brings together the best horses and riders in the U. S. competing in the well-known equestrian disciplines of hunters, jumpers, equitation dressage and ladies’ sidesaddle.

119th National Horse Show To Feature Stallion Dressage Exhibition

The 119th National Horse Show is proud to announce that it will host a specially-produced musical freestyle dressage exhibition when it hosts its 119th edition, and first at the Palm Beach Polo Equestrian Club in Wellington, FL, November 26 – December 1.

USA's Lisa Wilcox Dominates CDI*** Oldenburg

Lisa Wilcox, member of the Silver Medal dressage team at the World
Equestrian Games in Spain, won all the FEI-level classes at the
Internationale Oldenburger Pferdetage held November 8-10, in Oldenburg,
Germany. She led the Grand Prix by a sizeable margin aboard Relevant with an
impressive score of 78.20%. Anky Van Grunsven (NED), Sydney Olympic Gold
Medal winner, finished second with a 71.45% riding Gestion Krack C. Wilcox
is currently ranked 4th on the FEI/BCM Rankings.

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