Gold PSG Claire Austring Springtree LegacyGold PSG Hilary Clayton MSU Magic JGold PSG Tara Dougans NashuaGold PSG Briannon Johnson La ValseGold PSG Mireille Ulibarri RenoirGold Inter 1 Karen Pavicic LionheartGold Inter 1 FS Andrea Bresee RafflesGold Inter 1 FS Joan Johnston KRS WesselGold Inter 1 FS Gillian Sutherland Great TymeGold Grand Prix Andrea Taylor Pfalstaff Open to Dressage Canada members competing at National or International competitions, the Rider Awards are split into three different categories, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Bronze Awards are given to riders competing at the Training and First Levels, who receive four scores of 63% or more from three different judges during the competition year. Silver Awards are given to riders competing in the Second, Third and Fourth Levels, who have received four scores of 60% or more. Riders in the Training through Third Levels must receive this score from at least three different judges, while competitors at Fourth Level require the score from two judges. SIGN UP Bronze First Hilary Clayton MSU FanfareBronze First Vivian Cornell Secret Agent ManBronze First Deborah Dalseg Cameo JRFBronze First Kimberley Francey UnisonBronze First Monica McNaught VexBronze First Krystalann Shingler TividorBronze First Andrea TaylorBronze First Lisa Wood Farrah We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Bronze Training Lori Albrough Bluebird Lane KestrelBronze Training Francine Bell Royal TBronze Training Sarah Byram TraumtanzerBronze Training Brandy Catton WelwynBronze Training Fiona Christensen FinneganBronze Training Vivian Cornell Secret Agent ManBronze Training Isauro Flores WeltwyndBronze Training Jane Garbutt HemmingwayBronze Training Kristen Guest GryffindorBronze Training Leslie Hunt GardezBronze Training Ruth Lick MombasaBronze Training Alison Martin ValencioBronze Training Sue Pallotta BrinleyBronze Training Katelyn Penner El KazanBronze Training Laura Robb Look At Me Too To qualify to receive Rider Awards, competitors must make a one-time lifelong registration, and pay the fee of $50. For the 2007 Awards, score report forms must be submitted to Dressage Manager Christine Peters by November 30, 2007.For more information on how to register for the awards program in 2007, visit www.dressagecanada.org. The prestigious Gold Awards are given to riders competing in the Advanced divisions (Prix St Georges, Intermediaire I, Intermediaire II and Grand Prix), who receive four scores of at least 60% from at least two different judges. The following competitors received Rider Awards for the 2006 competition year: Horse Sport Enews Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! Ottawa, Ontario— Dressage Canada is pleased to announce the recipients of the Dressage Canada Rider Award, based on results from the 2006 competition season. Email* Silver Second Brandy Catton BaroqueSilver Second Hilary Clayton MSU FanfareSilver Second Heather Brookes LolaSilver Second Vivian Cornell HeidschnuckeSilver Second Isauro Flores For ParagonSilver Second Erin Gibson KadenSilver Second Jamie Holland FleurinaSilver Second Melanie Houston OdaymiraSilver Second Erin Josey RegalaSilver Second Jean Helen Klassen My King’s Elusive SpiritSilver Second Alain Provencher RicciSilver Second Victoria Barnes HS RobiSilver Second Krystalann Shingler TividorSilver Third Kim Berenbaum AdelmoSilver Third Lori Albrough PriscoSilver Third Claire Austring Springtree LegacySilver Third Vivian Hemsley DebussySilver Third Melanie Houston OdaymiraSilver Third Amy Jager JiveSilver Third Laura Lippert Fifth AvenueSilver Third Natalie Maskell VenusSilver Third Joanne White SummerhillSilver Third Jennifer Wood Tia MariaSilver Third FS Amy Jager JiveSilver Fourth Andrea Bresee L’Amistad 22Silver Fourth Irene Hill MontevideoSilver Fourth Cindy Pronovost IliosSilver Fourth Mireille Ulibarri RenoirSilver Fourth Francine Bell Royal SennaSilver Fourth FS Francine Bell Royal Senna FEI Child & Pony tests are counted as Second Level, FEI Junior tests as Third Level and FEI Young Rider tests as Prix St Georges. FEI Young Horse 5 Year Old tests are counted as Second Level and 6 Year Old tests as Third Level. More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business.