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What is Eventing?

Eventing is the most complete combined competition discipline recognized by the FEI. Sometimes described as an equestrian triathlon, Eventing demands considerable experience in all branches of equitation.

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What is the FEI?

The International Federation for Equestrian Sports (French: Fédération Équestre Internationale, FEI) is the international governing body of equestrian sports.

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What is a Concours Complet International?

All FEI-recognized competitions, regardless of discipline, are rated on a "star" system. In eventing, the 4* level is the highest and the 1* level is the lowest of the FEI-recognized divisions.

CCI** is the Intermediate level, for horses and riders with some experience riding in a three-day event, who are just starting to begin international competition.

TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Venues

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At the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games, 7,600 top athletes from the Americas and Caribbean will compete at more than 30 venues located in 16 municipalities across southern Ontario.

Pan Am Cross-Country Centre

July 18, 2015 | 11 a.m.

Venue Description

The rolling hillsides will thunder with hooves and ring with the roar of the crowd when the thrilling one-day equestrian cross-country event for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games comes to Mono.

Will O' Wind Farm

Will O’ Wind Farm, named the Pan Am Cross-Country Centre at Games time, with funding from the Government of Canada, has developed a world-class equestrian eventing course. The all-new course will be designed to challenge the skill of these riders and their horses, leaving a legacy for the sport in Ontario.


874456 5 Line East,
Mono, ON

From Toronto take Hwy 410 north, continue north on Hwy 10 through Orangeville,
Turn right onto Mono Centre Road (Dufferin County Rd 8)
Follow Mono Centre Road east through the hamlet of Mono Centre,
Turn right onto 4 Line East & follow south for approximately 1 km.

Note that 5 Line East will be closed to all spectator traffic on event day (July 18th).


Parking will be available at the venue. Parking will be accessed via 4 Line East from Mono Centre Road as described above.

Limited accessible parking spaces will be available in the venue lot. Accessible parking spaces must be booked in advance.

No parking will be permitted along the roads. All vehicles must park at the designated parking area on 4 Line East. The roadway leading up to this venue is not pedestrian friendly. Bicycle parking is not available at this venue.

The designated parking area is a farm field and, in the event of rain, could be soft. Spectators should wear appropriate footwear for the conditions. The parking area opens approximately 3 hours before the event commences. Event start time is 11 a.m.

Public Transit will not be available to/from this venue.

The Course

The course, designed by Wayne Copping, International Equestrian Federation (FEI)-certified, was designed to meet FEI rules and guidelines. The Concours Complet International (CCI) 2 Star (2*) Championship Cross-Country Course will be approximately 4.4 kilometres to 5.5 kilometres in length with 30 to 35 jump efforts, such as water features, drops and log jumps.

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