CADORA show a success

Riders enjoyed great weather at Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds

LISSY RAUBER ON Mercedes von Bergsolms won high point in the Training Level.  

Courtenay CADORA had its Fall Colours show Sept. 16 at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds under superb sunny and mild conditions for the horses and riders.

Many riders came from outside the Courtenay area and put on a great show, along with the Courtenay CADORA Drill Team and a costume Pas de Deux by Christal Quinn and Natasha Frolic riding to a rock and roll theme.

The following are the high point winners:

Training Level:  Lissy Rauber on Mercedes von Bergsolms.

First Level:  Kaylyn Steinhauer on VMF Arquero.

Second Level:  Keirsti Finholm on Apollo.

High Score Junior:  Kaylyn Steinhaueron  VMF Arquero.

High Score Senior:  Keirsti Finholm on Apollo.

High Point Club Member:  Trina Yates on Chaz.

“The club would like to thank all volunteers and sponsors – Country Lane Stables, Quinnwood Meadows, Sweetwater Stables, Hitec-Brazen Sportswear, Greenhawk Vancouver Island and Raylec,” a spokesperson said.


– Courtenay CADORA








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