In the BC Summer Games, English disciplines such as dressage and show jumping are based in training cavalry horses, while Western disciplines are based on skills a horse needs to work on a cattle ranch. Many of the competitors at the BC Summer Games have trained their horses themselves. These athletes are all between 13 and 18 years old, and are all used to competition. They are often looking ahead to international competition, and imagining representing Canada at an Olympics or World Games.
The competition schedule has been finalized. Review the Equestrian Sport Schedule to find out when your favourite athlete will be competing.
News and Results
Volunteers are doing their best to keep you informed on the competition. Check out our Equestrian News Stories and review the official results from all competitions on the BC Games Society website. Also, be sure to keep up to date with the Surrey 2012 BC Summer Games on Twitter and Facebook for news, photos and updates on the Games as they happen.
All of your action shots, team photos and medal presentations can be found in our flickr gallery