THE ISLAND 22 EQUESTRIAN PARK

Chilliwack, BC, Canada

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Mt Cheam April Practice Day

Posted on March 28, 2012 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (0)

The Mt Cheam Practice day forms are now posted


HERE


Get your form in ASAP!!! It fills up FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Membership Clarification - 2011

Posted on May 31, 2011 at 2:13 PM Comments comments (0)

There has been some confusion regarding memberships required in order to compete in BC. Hopefully this information will provide some clarification for you. 

All competitors at all levels require: 

Sport License:

All levels below Training require the BRONZE license which is $45. This includes your $25 membership to Equine Canada (EC).         

Training level needs SILVER sport license - $85. Horse passport is also required at Training and above.         

Prelim and above needs GOLD sport license - $125.         

FEI division (CCI and CIC) require PLATINUM sport license - $175 

Canadian Eventing Membership (CE):

Junior is $18 and Senior is $20 

The above are available online at www.equinecanada.ca 

Horse Council BC Membership (HCBC): Includes HST. Available online at www.hcbc.ca  · 

Junior - $39.20· 

Senior - $50.40· 

Family - $123.20· 

Conditions: This membership expires December 31, 2011 and provides $5m personal liability insurance. 

Horse Trials BC Membership (HTBC):           

Junior is $65, Senior is $70. This service is not yet available online.          

A one time day membership is available for $50. It is not transferable to a full membership.  

Mt Cheam 2 Day Event 2011

Posted on April 27, 2011 at 2:09 AM Comments comments (0)

There are some wonderful photos of the event in the Photo Gallery.

Results of the event are also posted.

Dressage Day

Posted on March 21, 2011 at 1:54 PM Comments comments (0)

List of Events and Clinics page has been updated with forms for the Mt. Cheam Dressage Day.


Mt Cheam 2 Day Event

Posted on March 2, 2011 at 3:45 PM Comments comments (0)

All forms and info now posted on the Events and Clinics info page.


Home track advantage pays off for local cross-country runners

Posted on October 19, 2010 at 2:51 PM Comments comments (0)

 

Home track advantage pays off for local cross-country runners  The TimesOctober 15, 2010 

Read more: http://www.chilliwacktimes.com


Chilliwack cross-country runners took on athletes from Surrey to Hope and everywhere in between last week at the 12th annual Chilliwack Invitational on Island 22.

About 250 runners from 26 Fraser Valley schools gathered for the race hosted every year by Vedder middle school.

"There's not a lot of meets out there for cross-country, and I think Chilliwack is a beautiful venue to run in," said race organizer and Vedder middle coach Sue Northey, "and it's also really nice for us to have a home meet so we're not always traveling,".

In all, seven Chilliwack schools came out to capitalize on their home track advantage.

Megan Muir of G.W. Graham took top spot in the middle school girls 3.7-km race (15:18) followed by Vedder middle runners Jennifer Wiebe (16:57) and Amarit Toor (17:02).

In middle school boys action, Vedder's Tanner Geary came in first (14:50) while Unity Christian's Dylan Ramdial (15:01) edged out Mt. Slesse's Paul Braila (15:16) for second.

Kristy Ricard of Chilliwack middle took second place in the 4.2-km junior girls race (17:15), coming in only 12 seconds behind the first-place Abbotsford runner.

In the junior boys 5.8-km race, G.W. Graham runners Jesse MacDuff (21:39) and James Rawson (21:44) narrowly missed the podium, placing fourth and fifth respectively.

Sardis runner Ashley Heisler took second place in the senior girls 4.2-km event in 17:20, and hard on her heels was Chilliwack secondary's Jen Prior, who finished fourth with a time of 17:20.

In senior boys action, Chilliwack's top finisher was Chilliwack secondary's Charles Dyck, who ran the 5.8-km race in 22:36 and came in eighth.

 

 

Read more: http://www.chilliwacktimes.com/life/Home+track+advantage+pays+local+cross+country+runners/3676963/story.html#ixzz12pezABq6


Stabling Issue at Park for Event!!!!

Posted on August 30, 2010 at 5:29 PM Comments comments (0)

Due to an overwhelming response to our event, we have a waiting list for stabling. We have secured some very nice off-site stabling, less than 5 minutes from the Park.


Option one: There are two HUGE covered stalls (you provide bedding) and 1 Massive clover based paddock and 1 large gravel based with scattered grass paddock. PLUS room for your camper with electricity. $100 per horse for weekend. Is only 1.8 kil from Island 22 park between the park and the Garden Center on Young Road. If you have a horse good with traffic you can easily hack there but you can also trailer in if you wish. Circular driveway. This place can accommodate 4 horses easy or more if your horses can be turned out together in the paddocks. If only two horses at this site they will have the option to turn out in the clover paddock during the day.


Option two: About 15 minute trailer from Island 22 is a horse stable with 2 large clean stalls with individual paddock turnout. You can camp on site. There is a washroom in the barn. No electrical hook up for campers - sorry. $65 for the weekend.


Please let us know if you would be willing to stable off-site or are able to travel back and forth rather than stabling.


email: [email protected] as soon as possible please or call Margo at:604-309-4769


If you are on the wait-list, you have already been contacted.”


Island 22 Closing Date update

Posted on August 24, 2010 at 4:18 PM Comments comments (0)

Island 22 will accept entries ONLY until this Friday, August 27th without late fee. Your entry must be in the hands of the entry secretary by Friday. After that date the $30 late fee will apply to ALL entries and will be accepted only if there is room. This event is filling up quickly and space IS limited. Don't be disappointed.

Debbie Michaloski – 9953 Merritt Drive, Chilliwack, BC V2P 7B2

Tel: (604) 792-0023 Fax: (604) 792-1073 [email protected]

or email to me asap!!!!!!!!! [email protected]


note there is a small wording error in the Omnibus. The Intermediate division should be called an official IP division. The prices stay the same. And we are still holding the I HT for Intermediate riders who do not want to do any cross country.

I have some great prizes and wine all lined up for the IP riders so come on down folks!!!!!!!!!!!



Dressage Clinic times posted

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 2:13 AM Comments comments (0)

Clinic times for May 16th posted


HERE

Mt Cheam official photos

Posted on May 14, 2010 at 2:23 PM Comments comments (0)

The official Photographs from the Mt. Cheam Event 2010 are now posted.


http://www.photoplaysportrait.com/mtcheamapril2010b/index.html