Here is your Canadian 2018 Eventing High Performance Squad

Here is your Canadian 2018 Eventing High Performance Squad

Congratulations to all these amazing riders and good luck in 2018!

The Equestrian Canada (EC) Eventing Committee is pleased to announce the athletes invited to the 2018 Eventing High Performance Squad, based on FEI results from the 2017 season.

National Squad
Athlete / Hometown / Horse / Owner

Colleen Loach / Dunham, QC / Qorry Blue d’Argouges / Peter & Susan Barry
Selena O’Hanlon / Kingston, ON / Foxwood High / John & Judy Rumble
Jessica Phoenix / Cannington, ON / Pavarotti / Don J. Good
Kathryn Robinson / Kettering, GBR / Let It Bee / Kathryn & Gayle Robinson

Development Squad
Athlete / Hometown / Horse / Owner

Hawley Bennett-Awad / Aldergrove, BC / Jollybo / Hawley Bennett-Awad
Lindsay Beer / Springwater, ON / Kennystown Frankie / Lindsay Beer
Dana Cooke / Mooresville, NC / Mississippi / Kingfisher Park
Dana Cooke / Mooresville, NC / FE Stormtrooper / Kingfisher Park
Lisa Marie Fergusson / Langley, BC / Honor Me / Lisa Marie Fergusson
Sabrina Glaser / Langley, BC / Rembrandt / Patricia Yust
Rebecca Howard / Marlborough, GBC / Riddle Master / Blithe Hill Farm
Lesley Grant-Law / Ocala, FL / Harthill Diamond / Lesley Grant-Law
Brandon McMechan / Toronto, ON / Oscar’s Wild / Brandon McMechan
Jessica Phoenix / Cannington, ON / Bogue Sound / Amara Hoppner
Waylon Roberts / West Grove, PA / Kelecyn Cognac / Anthony Connelly & Skye Levely
Waylon Roberts / West Grove, PA / Lancaster / Michelle & John Koppin
Waylon Roberts / West Grove, PA / Mindful / Anthony Connolly & Skye Levely

“The Canadian athletes had a strong season in 2017 at the international 2*, 3* and 4* levels,” said Dr. Rob Stevenson, Chair of the EC Eventing High Performance Advisory Group. “2017 also marked the first year of our strategic partnership with the eventing data analytics company, EquiRatings. This proved to be a valuable investment both for athletes and the High Performance Advisory Group.”

Dr. Stevenson continued, “We are fortunate to once again have David O’Connor providing technical guidance to our athletes. Given the success he has had with the Canadian team in the past, we feel this bodes well for 2018. At this time, we believe we have the horses and athletes, the leadership, and the strategy that should yield strong results in 2018 and beyond.”

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