Bromont offers Canadian eventers last chance for PanAms

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One of Bromont's striking cross-country jumps, from last year's course.
One of Bromont’s striking cross-country jumps, from last year’s course.

The 29th anniversary of Canada’s Bromont Three-Day-Event gets under way today, with more than 100 leading riders vying for titles across four divisions.

The event, from June 4 to 7, serves as the final qualifying opportunity for Canadian riders hoping to represent their country at the upcoming 2015 Toronto Pan-American Games.

Held at the Bromont Equestrian Park in Quebec, the Jaguar Land Rover Bromont Three Day Event is the only event of this level in Canada and the only eventing competition in North America to present all three CCI divisions at the same time. It has more than 120 entries across the CCI1*, CCI2*, CIC2* and CCI3* divisions.

Bromont will also host the 2018 World Equestrian Games.

A strong contingent of US riders is being joined this year by riders from 10 countries, including New Zealand, and entries are also confirmed from Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and Venezuela among others. Many of the Latin American riders are using Bromont as a final warm-up for the upcoming Pan-Ams.

Visitors to the site will have the opportunity to test drive the latest offerings from Jaguar, including the striking new all-wheel-drive F-TYPE. Land Rover fans will also be treated to the opportunity to test the off-road capabilities of the new Land Rover models on a specially cleared course through the forests in and around the site.

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