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The Junior Team Canada won gold at North American Championships for Adequan FEI Junior and Young Riders Riders on July 17, 2013. Susan J Stickle Photography
The Junior Team Canada won gold at North American Championships for Adequan FEI Junior and Young Riders Riders on July 17, 2013. Susan J Stickle Photography

Ottawa, Ontario - Throughout the North American Championships for Juniors and Young Riders Riders FEI Adequan taking place from July 17 to 21, Equine Canada is pleased to provide daily coverage of events.

Presented this year by Gotham North, Lexington, Kentucky, the competition host 222 young athletes from Canada, the United States and Mexico will compete for honors in both individual team in the three Olympic disciplines (FEI jumping, dressage and eventing) and the two disciplines FEI World Equestrian Games (reining and endurance).
 
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The Junior Team Canada gold medal at the North American Championships for Adequan FEI Junior and Young Riders Riders
The junior riders Quebec Laurence Blais Tetreault Naima Moreira Laliberté, Beatrice Boucher and Félixe side Villeneuve were gold medalists in their first lap at the North American Championships and Junior Young Riders Riders. This is the second consecutive year that a team from Quebec goes on top of the podium in this division.

Laurence Blais Tetreault (Montreal, QC) and Lowelas his Trakehner 13 years, son of Hockey 41, took second place overall in the team event with a score of 68,378%. Naima Moreira-Laliberte (Outremont, Que) was not far behind as it ranked in fifth position (67.054%) 3 Windbreaker on the Westphalian from 12 years of Windspiel Ace, owned Pferdesport Wintermühle GmbH. Beatrice Boucher (St-Dominique, Que.) Was eighth (66,432%) on Dante (Dirano) Hanoverian 15 years Agnieszka Wnorowska. Félixe side Villeneuve (St-Lambert, Que.) And Pissarro, the Westphalian 16 years whose father Pavarotti VD Helle, finished with a score of 62.865%. Three scores were combined and the team was declared the winner before the Region 7 of the United States.

The team leader for the Eastern Region, Ellen Rumball, said she was very proud of the athletes teams from Quebec and Ontario. "The Juniors Quebec were beautiful and now they stood atop the podium for the second consecutive year. "

"I am absolutely delighted to win gold again this year and my ranking among the group, said Laurence Blais Tetreault. My horse was wonderful and I'm excited to attend the event in individual and freestyle!"

Podium - Junior Division:
Gold-Team Quebec / CAN
Silver - Region 7/États-Unis
Bronze - Region 3/États-Unis
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8th-Team Alberta-Colombie-Britannique/CAN
9th-Team Ontario-Manitoba/CAN


Tanya Shostak Strasser and Action Tyme running their recovery team championship level young rider FEI on 17 July 2013. Anthony Trollope for Shannon Brinkman Photo
Tanya Shostak Strasser and Action Tyme running their recovery team championship level young rider FEI on 17 July 2013. Anthony Trollope for Shannon Brinkman Photo

North American Championship FEI Young Riders


In the recovery team championship level young rider FEI Tanya Shostak Strasser (Ste-Adele, Que.) And Action Tyme (Aktuell), the Oldenburg 13 years Strasser, placed sixth with a score of 67,342 %. Sydney Holme (North Saanich, BC) was ninth (66,553%) on Day Dreamer, his Rheinlander eleven year old son Dream of Heidelberg. Mathilde Blais Tetreault (Montreal, Que.) Obtained the third best Canadian result of Michelangelo (Admiral), his Swedish warmblood 15 years, finishing 12th with 64,711%.

Podium - Young Rider Division
Or - Région7/É.-U.
Silver - 6/É.-U Region.
Bronze - Region 5/É.-U.

Canada's top three results:
4th - Team Quebec
7th - Team BC
8th - Team Ontario
 
Jumping
Today, through the first qualifying individual has been found to be very complex by the junior team, which still has removed a valuable experience. The three members of the team will return tomorrow to compete in the team final. These are: Kaitlyn Blum (Gormley, Ont.) On Carnell (Carnute), his Holsteiner eleven, Adrien Vilcine (Peterborough, Ont.) On I AM the thouroughbred 16 years of John Jamieson and Mikala Chesler (Orangeville , Ont.) on Ilian of Taute (Narcos II), the French saddle stallion-17 Ruth Armstrong

In the division for young riders, athletes have also faced difficulties during the passage of a storm in the sky Lexington has slowed the pace of the race. Best Canadian couple was formed by Jacqueline Steffens (Harriston, Ont.) And Quercus Van Generhese (Darco), the Belgian Warmblood 13 Double C Stables. They were ranked eleventh.

Steffens return to the track tomorrow to take part in the final at the Young Riders, with teammates Lexus Arbuckle (Guelph, Ont.) On Castor Van Kranenburg (Kimball) the Belgian warmblood eleven, Hayley MacKinnon (Ashton, Ont.) of Class Action (Libero) a 19 year old Dutch Warmblood owned by Synergy Farm and Muhammad Itani (Essex, Ont.) and Tax Free (Toulon), his saddle Luxembourg eleven.

"I am very pleased with both teams. Most had never experienced such a level of tension and they still have done better at the end than at the beginning of the course, which shows that they perfected their technique of an obstacle to the other, "said the team of Junior and Young Riders head, Hyde Moffatt. "I look forward to tomorrow as they put into practice what they have learned today. Their benefits will be stronger. "

Podium - Junior Division
Or - Eugenio Garza Perez / Barino / MEX
Silver - Dana Scott / Whatever RV / (Zone 1), USA
Bronze - Kaely Tomeiu / Belle Blue S / (Zone 4) U.S.

All results of the first qualifying individual in the Juniors are here:
https://www.usef.org/_AUAIFrames/CompUp/Data/Result343.pdf

Podium - young rider Division
Or - Lillie Keenan / Londinium / (Zone 2) U.S.
Silver - Shawn Casady / Twister / (Zone 4) U.S.
Bronze - Charlotte Jacobs / Kachina / (Zone 2) U.S.

All results of the first qualifying individual in Young Riders are here: https://www.usef.org/_AUAIFrames/CompUp/Data/Result346.pdf

Reining
Today, during the examination of horses, "USEF Best Turned-Out Award" was awarded to Frank Haley and her groom Tracey. There is a distinction awarded to a competitor in each discipline to emphasize their strength and their presentation in the initial examination of horses.

Championship Reining began with friendly competition welcome. The Canadians have set a high bar for the official team competition will take place tomorrow.

Podium - Junior Division
1st - Emily Wilson (Uxbridge, Ont.) And Miss Cielo Chex, a Quarter Horse mare eleven year old girl Buenonic Chex. Result: 205.5 Points

2nd - Maxine Whiteside (Olds, Alta.) And Sailors Good Sackett, a Quarter Horse gelding 17 years, son of Jacs Main Sail. Result: 203 Points

3rd - (tie) Hannah Steed (Cochrane, Alta.) And Jumpin Jac Trash, a Quarter Horse gelding 13 year old son Trashadeous
Haley Franc (Prince Albert, Sask.) And Jacs Shy Boy, a Quarter Horse gelding nine years, Canadian-born son of Jacs Main Sail. Result: 202 Points

Podium - young rider Division
1st - Madison Steed (Cochrane, Alta.) And Lil Cat N Gun, a Quarter Horse gelding nine, son of Colonels Lil Gun. Result: 214 points

2nd - Pearl Aebly (Okotoks, Alta.) And Ms Smart Hollywood, a Quarter Horse mare nine years from Canada, daughter of Hes A Bueno Jac. Result: 209 points

Fourth (tie) Stephanie Thomson (Fort McMurray, Alta.) And Jacs Docsan a Quarter Horse gelding 13 years Canadian-born son of Dolls Union Jac

"I am very satisfied with the team performance today, said the team leader Wendy Dyer. Antifaev Our team coach Amanda asked the girls to go slowly and that is what they did . Today's test has eliminated some of the pressure for the team competition tomorrow. "

For full results visit: https://www.usef.org/_AUAIFrames/CompUp/Data/Result294.pd




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