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Hickstead tributed with statue at Spruce Meadows

Monday, 10 September 2012

Eric Lamaze pointing at Hickstead’s statue that was unveiled Sunday on the International ring, joined by John Fleischhacker (co-owner of Hickstead) and Mary Sand, artist. Photo Credits: Spruce Meadows Media Services. At Spruce Meadows the Sunday began with a tribute to one of the greatest show jumping horses of all time; Hickstead. A statue made in Hickstead’s likeness was unveiled to a capacity crowd. In a touching ceremony, Eric Lamaze (CAN) was inducted into the Spruce Meadows Hall of Fame along with his famed mount who passed away in November 2011. The bronze, made by Mary Sand, will stay permanently at Spruce Meadows, as per Lamaze’s wishes.

Source: Press release from Spruce Meadows Media Services

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