Bromont Horse Trials in Bromont, Quebec, has a new date on the calendar to allow riders to gain Fédération Equestre Internationale qualifications.
The event will host a CCI2*-S, CCI3*-S, CCI4*-S and a training level horse trial Oct. 3-4.
Bromont’s June long-format event and the August short-format FEI Nations Cup were cancelled due to COVID-19.
There are currently border restrictions between the U.S. and Canada, but Bromont organizer Sue Ockendon is working on special waivers for U.S athletes who may want to participate.
“The MARS Equestrian Bromont CCI Organizing Committee is working with the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec to include international participants as part of this competition,” a statement said. “The COVID-19 mitigation plan has been built for inclusion of international participants with a modified quarantine process, and is being reviewed by the governments for approval. Notification will be given to international riders once approval has been granted. This event will run regardless of whether international participants are eligible to attend with a modified quarantine process.”
Jenni Autry, U.S. Equestrian Federation Managing Director of Eventing, confirmed that the event is working on waivers, but she said the event will not be a target of the High Performance program.