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Introducing Foshay International
Foshay International is the first ever international equestrian event in Atlantic Canada. The event will provide a keystone in the pathway of equestrian sports development in North America, introducing many athletes to an international level of competition.
The Foshay venue will provide easy access for athletes from Eastern Canada and New England, creating an international atmosphere unique to the site. The date has been carefully chosen to offer an end-of-summer destination event for athletes and their horses. We will also be introducing the Foshay Club in 2019, where memberships will be supporting the dreams of future Olympians.
We are very grateful to have enjoyed such an amazing first event in 2018, though we recognize that this will be a tough act to follow. However with an outstanding organizing committee, a growing volunteer base, and generous sponsors, we believe that we are up to the task, and that the second annual Foshay International will again encourage us all to dare to dream, to experience and to seek greatness. We hope to see you there!
Only 7 hours from Boston and nestled on the river’s edge in beautiful Jemseg New Brunswick, Foshay International is one of a kind- come see for yourself!
The 7 Minute Jump School
For some of us, arena work has become a way of life in the winter months. Check out our series of winter exercises for the eventer!
Top 10 Things to Expect at Foshay International 2019
Expect big things at our event this year- here are a few standouts for you to look forward to in 2019!
The Silt has Finally Settled
A recap of Foshay International 2018, and what's to come in 2019 with rider and Co-Chair, Rob Stevenson.