May 23, 2002
Jaguar Triple Crown Series returns for third season
Toronto, Ontario – The Jaguar Triple Crown Series, an equestrian event challenges the show jumping skills of top riders and their horses, kicks off its third season this June in Bromont, Quebec. The rider of who accumulates the most points over three horse shows, will drive away in a Jaguar X-TYPE sport sedan for a year. The shows will take place in Bromont, Quebec, Nepean, Ontario and Collingwood, Ontario, respectively.
“With the success of the Jaguar Triple Crown events over the last two years, we anticipate a third summer of intense competition in this prestigious event,” said Jacques Parent, vice president marketing for Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover Canada. “This year, we look forward to awarding the winner with the keys to a Jaguar X-TYPE.”
Jay Hayes drove away in a Jaguar X-TYPE after winning last year’s Jaguar Triple Crown. He accumulated a total of 52 points with the help of his eleven-year-old bay Hanoverian mare, Diva.
The Jaguar Triple Crown Series continues to be a tremendous success, attracting more than 25,000 spectators at each event in 2001 and hopes to continue that success this summer.
The show dates are as follows:
- The International Bromont: June 19 — 23, 2002, Bromont, Quebec
- The Capital Classic Horse Show : July 10 — 14, 2002, Nepean, Ontario
- The Collingwood Festival: August 7 — 11, 2002, Collingwood, Ontario