The annual equestria racing event has grown in popularity in the past few decades.
The race attracts many people from all over the world and its popularity has increased in recent years.
A new race, called the Winter Equestrian Classic, will take place in Canada on October 12.
The race will be held at the Saskatchewan Derby Horse Festival.
The event is also known as the World Equestria Classic and has been held annually since 2003.
The first Winter Equistrian Classic was held in 2014.
The 2015 edition will be the fourth Winter Equistanan Classic and the last since 2013.
Canada has seen a boom in equestrians in recent decades.
A survey of nearly 600 equestrients found that the number of horse owners grew by 10 per cent between 2011 and 2015.
There were about 6,500 equestrisents in Canada last year, with more than 1,400 horses and over 1,200 equestrieens participating in the race.