2016 CANADIAN WORLD CUP TEAM
The event features amateur athletes 14 years of age and older who compete for individual scores which ultimately accumulate toward a total team score. The athletes compete on horses that are supplied by the host competition and horses they are not familiar with which is a true test of their riding skills. The competition consists of four segments, to be completed in two phases held on different days: rail work where the athletes compete as a group, and then in individual workouts.
Every other year, Saddle Seat Canada will field a team to represent Canada in the International Saddle Seat World Cup competition. One goal of Saddle Seat Canada is to increase participation from multiple breeds and to partner with Recognized Breed Associations in the promotion and support of this event.