Para-Dressage Video Competition Series 2022 High Point Champions Announced

Division 1 – High Point Rider: Milania Keeler – Saskatoon, SK

Para-Dressage Video Competition Series 2022 High Point Champions Announced

Division 2 – High Point Rider: Bryanna Boland – St Johns, FL

Para-Dressage Video Competition Series 2022 High Point Champions Announced

Division 3 – High Point Rider: Lauren Rempel – Hepburn, SK

Para-Dressage Video Competition Series 2022 High Point Champions Announced

Division 4 – High Point Rider: Calla Gross- Saskatoon, SK

  • High Point Therapeutic Riding Centre: Equilibrium Therapeutic Riding – Osler, SK

Para-Dressage Video Competition Series 2022 High Point Champions Announced

The year long video competition allows athletes to experience competition conditions in the comfort of their home stable and on a familiar horse.

Equilibrium Therapeutic Riding in Osler, SK accumulated the most points during the series to top the leader board and earn their position as High Points Riding Center Champs for 2022. The riding centre has been providing therapeutic riding to individuals in Saskatchewan for 21 years and had 13 athletes compete.

Para equestrians showed up and sent in their competition videos to earn their top positions from coast to coast. Individual rider winners in divisions across Canada include Milania Keeler, Bryanna Boland, Lauren Rempel, and Calla Gross.

EC’s Para-Dressage Technical Leader Clive Milkins said of the competition program, “having worked alongside EC for the last six years and continually following the video competitions with interest and excitement it’s wonderful to see how much the entries have improved the quality has grown and we are now seeing some real depth of talent and looking forward to seeing that come out in gold show competitions next year.”

To be eligible for High Point Champion, an athlete or centre must enter a minimum of four competitions in the year’s series. Athletes and centres earn points for placings in their division throughout the season, and points are tallied at the end of the year to determine the High Point Champions.

Milkins encourages all coaches and para-athletes to get involved in the video competition. “I look forward to watching the winning athlete develop and grow on their dressage journey and see them turn out into international competitors in the future.”

Everyone at Equestrian Canada congratulates the 2022 High Point Champions and all the competitors on their resilience and dedication to excellence through another challenging season.

This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site. Switch to a production site key to remove this banner.