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Meet the Teams


Carleton University

Recognized as one of Carleton’s Competitive Clubs, the Ravens Equestrian team is dedicated to bringing equestrians of all levels, from novice to serious competitors, together in a fun, dynamic team environment. To allow for the continuing development of our riders, we have an established lesson program with our head coach Taylor Brooks out of Taylor Brooks Equestrian. 


McGill University

The McGill Equestrian Team is the only team from Quebec competing on the OCEA circuit. For McGill Eq, our team dynamic is just as important as our competitive success; we focus on friendship both in and out of the show ring. Coached by Leslie Beaulac of Leslie Beaulac Equestrian.

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Queen's University

The Queen’s Equestrian Team was officially founded in 2008, but has attended Ontario Collegiate Equestrian Association shows since the beginning of the OCEA. The team is a branch of the Queen’s Equestrian Club that operates under Queen’s University Athletics and Recreation. If you are interested in continuing your riding during the school year, but are not interested in competing, the club is a great way to do so and is based out of DreamCatcher Farms! 


University of Ottawa

As the first Canadian intercollegiate equestrian team in recent history, the GeeGees are entering into another season of competition in both the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) and the Ontario Collegiate Equestrian Association (OCEA). The team provides competitive opportunities for students in hunt seat equitation at all levels and is based out of Wesley Clover Parks, coached by Mark Struthers, Lauren Hunkin, and Angela Erickson.

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2022-2023 Show Dates

Carelton & Queens @ Wynbrook

January 29, 2023

McGill @ Wynbrook

February 12, 2023