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Highlights from the CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show 2022, part one

Thursday, 17 November 2022
CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show 2022

Let’s take a look into the magic of the 100th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada! The Royal is the largest indoor agricultural and equestrian event in the world, and the CSI5*-W Royal Horse Show is part of all the action – which includes the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto, one of the legs in the North American League. This year's Royal was nothing but spectacular, with a full house and fantastic atmosphere. 

Over two photo specials we look back at some of all the magic, captured through the lens of Mackenzie Clark.

First out: The Canadian Musical Ride!

All photos © Mackenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark “Captain Canada” Ian Millar gives his daughter Amy Millar some helpful advice before she competes with Christiano in the Canadian Show Jumping Championship.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The magic afternoon light in the stabling area of “The Horse Palace!”

Photo © MacKenzie Clark It takes a team! The many hands that put these heavy horse hitches together, gather along the rail to watch their respective teams in the All Breed Four Horse.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Kent Farrington walks the course for the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Conor Swail and Theo 160 fly to third in the $38,000 Brickenden Trophy International Jumper.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Bath time!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark A Royal win! Kent Farrington and Austria 2 top the $38,000 Strength & Speed International Challenge.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Even the littlest of competitors are featured at The 100th Royal Winter Fair! Olive Fahlenbock and Loafer’s Lodge Penelope get ready to show.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Tiffany Foster and Northern Light; one of only three clears in the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. The beautiful Cheers, one of the highest scoring Working Hunters at this year's Royal Winter Fair.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Christine Carlsen congratulates Anna Bremermann on her clear round in the Junior/Amateur 1.40m Jumper Welcome Stake.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Bonita vh Keizershof Z and Ali Ramsay, winners of the $100,000 Canadian Show Jumping Championship.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Mark Rein, accompanied by Beth Underhill and his family, accepts the award for Leading Canadian Show Jumping Owner of the Year!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Laura Kraut’s Confu and his groom Margo share a moment upon arrival at the 100th Royal Winter Fair!

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Beauty in the details. Picture perfect braids by Brianne Robinson.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Daniel Coyle and Legacy – winners of the $250,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup of Toronto 2022.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Stay tuned for part two...



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