Canadian Para-Equestrian Athletes Dominate CPEDI 3* in Langley, BC

Ottawa, ON, June 16, 2016 – Hat tricks and red ribbons abounded for the Canadian para-equestrian athletes who competed on home soil at the....

Results Now Available for April 2016 Para-Equestrian Video Competition

Ottawa, ON, May 18, 2016 – Results are officially in for the second leg of the 2016 Para-Equestrian Video Competition Series, which began ....

Mary Longden Appointed Para-Dressage Athlete Development Coach

Ottawa, ON, May 5, 2016 – Equine Canada is pleased to announce Mary Longden from Port Hope, ON has been appointed Para-Dressage Athlete De....

Para-Equestrian Canada Seeking Horses for Upcoming CPEDI 3*Competition

Ottawa, ON, April 18, 2016 – Equine Canada (EC) is putting the call out to all Canadian equestrians, looking for those willing to lease th....

Reminder: Deadline for First Para-Equestrian Canada Video Competition of 2016 Fast Approaching

March 24, 2016Para-Equestrian Canada (PEC) would like to remind you that the entry deadline for the first competition of the 2016 Video Comp....

Get Your Camera Ready: 2016 Para-Equestrian Canada Video Competition Series Set to Launch

March 2, 2016Para-Equestrian Canada is pleased to announce the dates for the exciting 2016 Video Competition series, allowing athletes to ex....

Thunderbird Show Park to Host International Para-Dressage CPEDI 3*

In June 2016, Canada will host a CPEDI 3* -level competition for the first time since 2010.

Honouring Para-Equestrian Ambassador & National Classifier Sandy Armitage

Sandy Armitage of Victoria, BC has been a well-known figure in Para-Equestrian sport for many years. As a Physiotherapist, National Classifi....

Ashley Gowanlock Turning Obstacles into Opportunities

Two-time Canadian Paralympian and Right To Play Ambassador, Ashley Gowanlock of Surrey, BC, has embarked on a new adventure – publishing h....

Meaningful Win for Gowanlock & Ferdonia 2 at Second Wellington CPEDI 3*

Ottawa, ON, Jan. 26, 2016 – The Canadian Para-Equestrian Dressage Team continued to achieve impressive results, despite extreme weather du....

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Coast to Coast Video Competition Program | Print |
Coast-to-Coast classes allow riders the opportunity to compete in a variety of disciplines, including Para-Driving, Combined Jumping and Reining.

Riders are encouraged to compete at their highest riding ability to allow them to develop effective riding skills. Tack and compensating (adaptive) aid restrictions apply to Driving and Jumping classes (Click here to download the approved list of compensating aids). Riders may ride English or Western in classes #1 to #12

All classes are open to both classified and non-classified riders and to those with an intellectual impairment

The entry fee for the introductory classes is $15.00 per class.

Click here for full class list and to download tests


For All Classes Requiring Leaders: (Excluding class 1- The Balance Pattern and Class 14- Combined Jumping 60 cms):Leaders must lead from midway between horse’s shoulder and head, using their outside hand to hold the lead rope at their outside hip with their inside hand flat at their side or across their belly. This indicates to the judge that the leader is not influencing the horse and will only assist in an emergency.

Arena letters are ONLY needed for class #9 (Equitation/Horsemanship class) and for class #13 (Driving). The arena layout for all other obstacle course classes should be as close to 20 meters (65.61 feet) wide and 40 meters (131.2 feet) long as possible.


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Canadian Paralympic Committee