Intermediate, Limited, Rookie and Prime Time) that runs concurrently, and voila! One ride = 2 sets of ribbons. I know, why voila? Because we can’t forget that Canada is ofﬁcially bilingual; that’s right, two languages—French and English. Now let’s talk trophies! If you are lucky enough to be selected as a champion or reserve champion, you will be awarded a truly Canadian bronze trophy, created by our dear friend, Canadian Artist, Jill McKinney. Her studio and foundry is located near Edmonton, Alberta.
And to earn one of these coveted trophies amongst the great quality of horses that come every year to compete, we asked this year’s panel of judges for their advice on the following pages. Take what they say to heart, and Canadian National Show Commission Member, Gerald McDonald, who has worked tirelessly as has the rest of the Show Commission, promises that, “It will be a GREAT show!” See you there!
Ar abian Horse Times | 177 | Volume 47, No. 2
Published on Jul 28, 2016