Horse Sport Enews Ottawa, Ontario — John Anderson of Calgary, AB, Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, Ian Millar of Perth, ON, and Beth Underhill also of Schomberg, ON, will form the Canadian Show Jumping Team for the $350,000 BMO Nations’ Cup held Saturday, September 12, at the CSIO5* Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ Tournament in Calgary, AB.Former Olympian Anderson will be paired with Terrific, a nine-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Foxdale Farm Inc. Terrific and Anderson finished third in the $60,000 GWL Reality Advisors Cup and second in the $50,000 RBC Cup at the ‘Canada One’ Tournament at Spruce Meadows.Olympic Champion Lamaze, a member of Canada’s victorious team at the last Nations’ Cup held in North America in Wellington, FL, will ride Hickstead, a 13-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion owned by Torrey Pines and Ashland Stables Inc. The pair comes into the BMO Nations’ Cup after a very successful summer in Europe where they placed fourth in the €285,000 Global Champions Tour Grand Prix at CSI5* Valkenswaard, NED. In July, they were second in the €285,000 Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in Rio de Janeiro, BRA.Millar, a nine-time Olympian, was also a member of Canada’s winning Nations’ Cup team in Wellington. Millar also anchored the Canadian Team at the 2008 Olympic Games, helping to secure the Team Silver Medal. For the Nations’ Cup at Spruce Meadows, Millar will be paired with Redefin, the 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, owned by Susan Grange and Lothlorien Farm. At the Spruce Meadows ‘National’ Tournament, Millar and Redefin won the $40,000 ATCO Midstream Winning Round and third in the $175,000 Mercedes-Benz Classic at the ‘North American’ Tournament.Riding Top Gun, a nine-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Iron Horse Farm, Underhill finished third in the $200,000 CN Reliability Grand Prix during the Spruce Meadows ‘National’ Tournament and second in the $100,000 Summer Festival Grand Prix in Palgrave, ON.A Nations’ Cup is the only competition in show jumping where riders, competing in teams of four for their country, vie for top honours against other nations. Canada will challenge teams from Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland and the United States for victory over the two-round competition where the top three scores from each team are counted towards the final result.Once again, the BMO Nations’ Cup will be broadcast on CBC television, beginning at 8 p.m. EST on Saturday, September 12. Email* SIGN UP Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! 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. 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.
Port St. Lucie held off an Ambassadors challenge to win by 35 runs, while Palm Beach Titans was no match for St. Bess in Sunday’s South Florida Cricket Alliance 40-Over tournament.At Girl Scout Friendship Park, Port St. Lucie won the toss and decided to take first strike.They put up a challenging total of 175 for 8 in their allotted 40 overs with Roger Joshua top scoring with 48, which included four massive sixes and one four. He was supported by Ricardo Mills, 28; Richard Louis, 24; and Charles Reid, 23. Bowling for Ambassadors, Errol Stewart took 4 for 53 from his eight overs while Frederick Redwood bagged 1 for 16 and Antoine Charlery 1 for 21. In reply, Ambassadors was bowled out for 140 runs. Cornel White put up a gallant fight by scoring a swashbuckling 62, with four sixes and one four, but did not have the support of his teammates to successfully chase down the target. Frederick Redwood and Cornel Peart each added 17 runs to hand Port St. Lucie the win by 35 runsPalm Beach Titans vs. St. Bess at MAQ GroundPalm Beach Titans batted first after winning the toss and was quickly bundled out for a paltry sixty-eight runs in 28.4 of the allotted 40 overs. Errol Rattigan and Paul Ramkissoon each scored 12 runs and Bharat Bapat added 10 runs. Bowling for St. Bess, Nakia Smith knocked over four Titans batsmen for 19 runs while Chrishna Graham bagged 3 for 6 and the young Adam Khan, 2 for 9. In reply, St Bess raced to 72 for 0. Romaine Morris added 56 not-out from twenty-four ball and Sherlyn was 14 not-out, giving St. Bess the victory by 10 wickets.
Yap admitted he felt bad when Garcia chose to bench him in the entire fourth quarter of their Game 1 defeat despite him having 16 points in the first three quarters.“Nag-text si coach sa akin, nagpaliwanag sa decision niya sa pag-bench sa akin. Sabi ko sa kanya, move on na,” said Yap. “Ganun naman lagi. Nagpapakundisyon ka lagi, kailangan ready ka lang kapag pangalan mo ang itatawag. Kailangan mag-deliver.”“Kaya lang, sayang lang (noong Game 1). Masarap ‘yung feeling na iba ‘yung galaw, iba lahat eh. Hindi kasi ako player na magsasabi na ‘ready na ako.’ Hindi ako ganun eh kaya siguro nakalimutan tayo,” he added.Garcia said the limited playing time the 36-year-old Yap was getting in their games this conference was due to him pacing the two-time PBA MVP and to avoid him from incurring injuries.“The whole conference, he was playing good. Siyempre, from time to time, I get word that when he starts slowing down in the game, I just don’t want him to get injured. But then, kung larga, larga na. It’s a do-or-die game, he stepped up big,” Garcia said.Now on his first semifinals appearance since being traded from Magnolia Hotshots last year, Yap said he is excited especially with them facing Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings.“Siyempre masaya kasi first time as a ROS player na makaka-semis ako. Sobrang excited na ako,” said Yap. “Masarap rin talunin ang Ginebra dahil marami magagalit sayo.”/PN James Yap caught fire offensively as he towed Rain or Shine Elasto Painters to a 103-97 win over GlobalPort Batang Pier and to the PBA Commissioner’s Cup semifinals. PBA MANILA – Rain or Shine Elasto Painters’ James Yap repaid his coach’s trust with a vintage showing over GlobalPort Batang Pier in their do-or-die 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup quarterfinals at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.Rain or Shine won, 103-97 on Thursday.After being curiously benched in the fourth quarter of their 113-114 loss to Batang Pier in Game 1 on Tuesday, Yap bounced back the other night with 27 points, including career-high tying seven three-point conversions.“I want to say thank you kay (Painters) coach Caloy (Garcia) sa tiwala na binigay niya sa akin,” the Escalante City, Negros Occidental-native Yap said. “Basta ako naman ready lang palagi kapag nabibigyan ng playing time.”
Watch Burghley Live Tags: The 2012 site is up and running and includes this year’s Cross Country Preview with Course Designer Captain Mark Phillips and Channel Four Racing’s Alice Plunkett. There is also an animating cross country course map and photos of all 33 fences from the rider’s perspective. Watch all the action from Burghley live HERE Home » Disciplines News » Watch Burghley Live 30 September 2012, 10:15
UCF names Notre Dame transfer Brandon Wimbush starting quarterback “(Haven’t done that) too much, no,” Harbaugh said at Big 10 Media Day. “I’m really not talking about playing them both at the same time (on a play). When I say both in games, it’d be they’re both playing quarterback during the same game. And the way it stands now, in every game.”Patterson, an Ole Miss transfer, completed 64.6% of his passes and threw 22 touchdowns, along with seven interceptions, in 13 games for Michigan last season. Harbaugh officially named Patterson the starter Monday. “I’m just going to go out there as the quarterback, as the starting quarterback, I want to be out there every single play,” Patterson said earlier this month. “That’s my job. I want to win every single game. I always want the ball in my hands. (The rotation is) up to Coach Harbaugh.” Michigan seems to be planning to play multiple quarterbacks.There’s a chance the Wolverines could rotate between senior Shea Patterson and junior Dylan McCaffrey throughout the season, coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters this week. Penn State’s James Franklin vows to ‘vigorously defend’ program in wake of doctor’s allegations Florida State tabs James Blackman as starting QB over Alex Hornibrook, Jordan Travis “All options are open that way, in terms of that,” Harbaugh said, via the Detroit Free Press. “Would like to definitely play both.”Harbaugh had first discussed the scenario during a press conference last month and said the team could redefine “what a starter is” in 2019. Related News McCaffrey accounted for three total touchdowns in a limited role last season. Michigan is set to open the season Saturday against Middle Tennessee State.