Courtenay CADORA hosts successful dressage show

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Courtenay CADORA (Canadian Dressage Owners and Riders Association) hosted a successful horse show on June 26.

The riders, horses, sponsors, volunteers and spectators all enjoyed a fantastic day at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds. Riders travelled from Thetis Island, Parksville and Campbell River to compete.

The spectators were thoroughly entertained by the demonstration performed by the CADORA Musical Quadrille of 10 horses and riders during the lunch break.

Final show results:

Hi Point Walk/Trot: Meredith Soer/Boston Locomotion

Hi Point Training Level: Janette Wiebe/Formal Affaire

Hi Point First Level: Christal Quinn/Barbados

Hi Point Second Level: Karen Erickson/Thea

Hi Point Advanced Level: Karen Erickson/Thea

Hi Score Freestyle: Sheila Watt/Unique Touchdown

Hi Score Courtenay Cadora member: Christal Quinn/Barbados

Hi Score Sr. Rider: Janette Wiebe/Formal Affaire

Hi Score Jr Rider: Kaylyn Steinhauer/VMF Arquero

“Thank you to the CADORA volunteers for their support and hard work to make these events possible,” a spokesperson said.

 

Next dressage show is Sunday, Sept. 18 at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds, Courtenay. For more info contact Cadora@hotmail.ca.

 

 

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