/PARA-DRESSAGE VIDEO COMPETITION SERIES: OFFICIAL RESULTS FOR FIFTH LEG OF 2019

PARA-DRESSAGE VIDEO COMPETITION SERIES: OFFICIAL RESULTS FOR FIFTH LEG OF 2019

Ottawa, ON, Nov. 14, 2019 – Results for the fifth leg of the 2019 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, which began in February and ends in November, are now officially available.

The fifth leg of the series featured fun and excitement, focusing on para-dressage tests at both the national and international level. Here are the official results, including a link to view each athlete’s submitted video for the fifth leg, which closed Oct. 15, 2019:

National Level Para-Dressage Classes
Judge – Melanie Houston, EC Dressage and Para-Dressage Judge

Class #1 – Para-Equestrian Level 1 – Introduction to Dressage – Walk Only
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score

1st / Eddo Hoekstra / Incognito / Hoekstra Dressage / ON / 61.923%

Class #2 – Para-Equestrian Level 2 – Introduction to Dressage – Walk Only
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score

1st / Michaela Stiegler / Bella de la Noche / T.H.R.I.L. / ON / 65.000%
2nd / Alex Viner / Smokey / Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association / 61.389%

Class #4 – Para-Equestrian Level 1 – Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score

1st / Geraldine Lewis / Alex / WindReach Farm / ON / 67.500%
2nd / Anna Graham / Abbey / WindReach Farm / ON / 63.125%
3rd / Leila Corntassel / Oveta / Manestream Equestrian / BC / 59.375%

Class #5 – Para-Equestrian Level 2 – Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score

1st / Barbara Sabathil / Adhemar / Manestream Equestrian / BC / 74.375%
2nd / Hana Dachuk / Ace / PARDS / AB / 64.063%
3rd / Leslie Beith / Heidi / Manestrean Equestrian / BC / 60.556%
4th / Jessica Pitman / Duplicity / Seven Summits Equestrian Center / ON / 59.062%

Class #9 – Para-Equestrian Level 3 – Introduction to Dressage – Walk/Trot/Canter Tests
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score
1st / Ann-Sophie Prevost / Flo / Écurie Jackman / QC / 62.895%
2nd / Angela Oakley / Eurus / N/A / AB / 61.316%

Class #10 – FEI Novice B Test of Choice
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score
2nd / Catherine Bridges / Pompie / Graystone Equestrian Center / ON / 61.552%

Class #12 – FEI Team Test of Choice
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score
1st / Aly Keay / Zolman MV / Centre Line Equestrian / AB / 69.107%

International Level Para-Dressage Classes
Judge – Sarah Rodger (GBR), FEI 5* Para-Dressage Judge

Class #15 – FEI Team Test of Choice
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score
1st / Sarah Cummings / L.Dorado / WindReach Farm / ON / 65.441%

Class #16 – FEI Freestyle of Choice
Placing / Athlete / Horse / Therapeutic Riding Centre / Province / Score
2nd / Sophie Lehoux / Sinclair / DeLys Farm / QC / 61.875%

Please note: When only one horse entered in a class, ribbons and prizes are awarded in accordance with the following chart of percentages:

  • 1st: 65% or higher
  • 2nd: 60 to 64.9%
  • 3rd: 57 to 59.9%
  • 4th: 54 to 56.9%
  • NR : Not Ranked

Congratulations to all athletes who competed in the fifth leg of the 2019 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series!

About the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series
The 2019 Para-Dressage Video Competition Series kicked off in February and ends in November. The series provides riders of all levels and abilities with the opportunity to compete in a progressive and structured environment. Participants are judged by EC certified para-dressage judges against similar riders across Canada, and are eligible to place and win great prizes. For more information on the Para-Dressage Video Competition Series, visit www.equestrian.ca/sport/para-dressage/programs.

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