Marina Muir riding Santino was Hi Score Junior champion.

CADORA riders enjoy sunny day for summer dressage show

The sun shone brightly June 26 on the horses and riders for Courtenay CADORA’s Summer Dressage Show at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds.

Here are the championship results:

Training Level: Champion – Loni Atwood riding Rapunzel; Reserve – Keri Dickson riding Raven.

First Level: Champion – Luna Poole riding Sir William; Reserve – Anita Davey riding Vida Romance.

Second and Third Level: Champion – Allison Waller riding Lillooet; Reserve – Allison Waller riding Furst Dancer.

Equitation: Champion – Marina Muir riding Santino; Reserve – Sophie Dickson riding Raven.

Western: Champion – Nancy Garner riding Mitos Bo San; Reserve – Tania Woodbeck riding Willow.

Hi Score Junior rider – Marina Muir riding Santino.

Hi Score Senior rider – Loni Atwood riding Rapunzel.

Hi Score Courtenay CADORA member – Nancy Garner riding Mitos Bo San.

Organizers thanked sponsors for making the day a  huge success: Jean and Bruce Bell, Country Lane Stable, Daryl Robbins CGA, Epona Equine Veterinary Services, Greenhawk VI, Hitec – Brazen Sportswear, Indigo Equestrian Centre, Quinnwood Meadows, South Country Feed, Summerside Tack, and Vancouver Island Enterprises.

 

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