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IN MEMORY OF TODD SANDLER
 
The CCI Bromont Three Day Event is proud to host The Todd Sandler Challenge in memory of  an aspiring young event rider, Todd Sandler, 18, of Dollard des Ormeaux, Québec who died tragically in a car accident on April 26, 1999 while returning home from the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event. There he had been doing what he loved best- grooming and lending a hand to his fellow Canadians and, of course surrounding himself with horses.

Todd's riding and athletic abilities made him a force to be reckoned with in competitive circles. he competed in the one star division of the 1997 North American Young Riders Championships with his horse Dudley Do Right, and the pair were named to the 1997 Quebec Preliminary Champions.

Todd and Dudley Do Right competed in the Canadian Young Rider Three Day event Championships in Winnipeg in 1998. That fall they represented Canada at the 1998 Team Challenge Horse Trials in Lexington Kentucky.

All of these accomplishments led to Todd being named to the 1999 Canadian Eventing Team Talent Squad, an important stepping-stone in his quest to be named to the Team itself.

 

  Todd Sandler and Dudley Do Right

Todd was one of Canada's best eventing prospects for the future. The entire equestrian community and his friends at Bromont sadly miss him.



This project has been made
possible in part through a
contribution from
the Government of Canada.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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