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In New York State on August 5, 2020, two lawsuits were filed by sex abuse survivors against George Morris and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), seeking damages for negligence, sexual assault of a minor, and emotional distress.

Canada’s dressage team Christilot Boylen retirement from international team dressage christilot boylen the Howdy Doody Show

Six-time Olympian and longtime member of Canada’s dressage team, Christilot Boylen of Schomberg, Ontario, announced her retirement from international team dressage competition on July 8, 2020. Christilot Boylen was born in 1947 in Djakarta, Indonesia, and, with her family, moved to Toronto in 1951. According to the Eurodressage website, she bought her first horse at age 10 with savings she earned acting on the children’s TV series The Howdy Doody Show. She trained her first Olympic mount, Bonheur, and at just 17 years of age she received special permission to compete for Canada in the 1964 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Brussels, Belgium – 2008 Olympic champion Eric Lamaze has welcomed a new Olympic show jumping prospect to his Torrey Pines Stable.

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2020 Equine Media Awards - Canadian Horse Journal and its talented editorial team received top honours for editorial excellence during the American Horse Publications (AHP) 2020 Equine Media Awards. AHP Equine Media Awards are the premier awards within the equine media industry, and AHP has been honouring excellence in equine media since 1975. The awards ceremony, meant to be part of the AHP’s 50th Anniversary Conference in Lexington, KY this year, was held virtually on May 30 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Equestrian Canada (EC) would like to notify the community of operational changes undertaken in response to the financial impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) Tribunal has imposed record sanctions in an Endurance horse abuse and anti-doping violation case in which the horse was fatally injured, sentencing the athlete Sh Abdul Aziz Bin Faisal Al Qasimi (UAE) to a 20-year suspension and fines of CHF 17,500. The athlete was also ordered to pay CHF 15,000 towards the costs of the proceedings.

She’s fun, focused, fabulous and sometimes a little formidable. The most medalled athlete in the history of equestrian sport, Germany’s Isabell Werth looked set to add yet another title to her very long list at the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2020 Final in Las Vegas, USA before that was cancelled due to the pandemic.

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