Welcome to Horse-Ball Canada Website!

New Horse-Ball teams Wanted in all Canada!

Horse-ball Canada is looking for teams to participate in the 2012-13 horse-ball seasons, from April to October: all what we can promise you is lots of FUN!

"The World Cup will be organized at Montpellier in France from 7th November to 11th november, during EquiSud event!"

What do you need to practive Horse-Ball?

What you need :
- 4 riders
- 4 horses
- english saddle, (western one are tolerated in beginners division), a martingale, horse full protections on 4 legs, a strap to pick=--up the ball (linked to the 2 stirrups), a head protector, 2 goals and of course a ball!

To play horse-ball, you need a horse... No need to let him do everything ;-)

What you need as horse tack
A ball with leather straps... 2 goals


You need many riders, the more the better !
But with 4 riders in a team, you will already have a lot of fun!

And the sense of game and challenge!

Team Canada in Last World Championnship (2008)

Selections have occured in April 18th, 2008 for the 2008 World Championship,
that took place in Portugal in August

List of the national team for the 2008 World Cup :
- N# 01 : Samuelle Ducrocq-Henry, side saddle public shows rider, and 3-day events rider-
See all her riding activities here
- N# 02: Stephane Laurin, Champion in Gymkhana
-N# 03: Charles Fortin
- N# 04: Marie Nadeau
- N# 05 : Marc Perras
- N# 06 : Nicolas Goulet
-N# 07 : Lucie Angers
- N# 08 : Julie Bourbeau, 3-days event rider

For more information about the selected canadians riders for the 2008 Horse-ball World Cup
and to see pictures of them, follow the link.

The coach of the national team was Thomas Peschel. The team has participated to the last World Championship
(From July 28th to August 02nd 2008, in Ponte de Lima, Portugal).


Site réalisé et mis en ligne le 1er Février 2006.
Dernière mise à jour janvier 2012 - Tous droits réservés © 2005-2012
* Photographies courtoisie des membres de Team Canada 2008, leurs familles et de C. Sirois photographe.