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Ainsley Vince Tops Jump Canada Series

Ainsley Vince of Milton, ON and Catch 22, an 11-year-old Dutch warmblood gelding owned by Trinity Farms, are the leaders in the Jump Canada Standings heading in to the final stop on the tour, the Royal Horse Show. Vince has accumulated 240.35 points over the season in the national series.


Karen Cudmore Remains at Top of Canadian World Cup Standings

Following her stellar season, Karen Cudmore, originally from Victoria, BC, and now based in Omaha, Nebraska, leads the Canadian World Cup standings with an outstanding 58 points. As Cudmore has competed in six World Cup Qualifiers in 2002, with only the best four to count, she is not eligible to receive World Cup points at the Royal. She finishes the World Cup season with 58.


International Showjumping Riders to Compete at the Royal Horse Show

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is pleased to announce the show jumping riders that will be competing in the International Jumping Division at this year’s Royal Horse Show.


FEI Jumping News

Jumping news from the recent FEI Bureau meeting held November 6-7 in Moscow Russian.


Kristy McCormack Wins BET/USET Show Jumping Talent Search Final-East

Kristy McCormack, 18, of Cape May Courthouse, NJ, took top honors in the 2002 BET/United States Equestrian Team (USET) Show Jumping Talent Search Final-East, held at the USET Headquarters and Olympic Training Center in Gladstone, NJ, October 5-6.


Excitement Continues in Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series Following September Events

The 2002 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series saw eight exciting member events in September – five in the East Conference and three in the West Conference. The Series kicked off in February and runs through December, culminating in its first-ever Year-End Championship to be held at the National Horse Show.


2002 Jump Canada Bursary Winners Announced

The Jump Canada Bursary Committee has awarded bursaries of $1,000 each to five riders who have demonstrated a dedication to their sport and to their continuing education.


Cocu and Cone Win at Caledon National May 20, 2002

With snowflakes in the air, Mac Cone and Cocu put in a double-clear to win the $30,000 Caledon National Grand Prix on May 20 at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave, Ontario. Cone, born in Tennessee but a Canadian citizen for many years now, has the unique distinction of having ridden for both the U.S. and Canadian Equestrian Teams. Cocu, an energetic Dutch warmblood mare owned by Cone’s Southern Ways Stables, seems to get better each time she enters the ring.


HBO to Sponsor Junior Medal Class

The New Marshall & Sterling League announced today that Home Box Office (HBO), America's leading premium television network, has become the title sponsor of the League's Junior Medal Class to be introduced in 2003. The class will be called the HBO Junior Medal.


The Finest in Canada in the 2003 Jump Canada Calendar

This year’s Jump Canada calendar features the finest show jumping stars competing in Canada. The 12 months are dedicated to highlighting riders who have made a great contribution to the sport of show jumping in Canada. The fantastic action photos of top riders who create excitement in fans as soon as they enter the ring, make this the must have calendar for 2003. Most of the riders profiled have represented Canada in competitions from the North American Young Riders Championships to the Olympics.


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