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Since Hawley Bennett-Awad was a young kid she dreamed of representing her native country of Canada on the international stage. In 2004, aboard her long time partner Livingstone, that dream became a reality at the Athens Olympic games. Six years later, with a feisty little mare named Gin & Juice, Hawley helped earn the team silver medal for Canada at the World Equestrian Games, establishing Canada as an Eventing powerhouse on the world stage. Again in 2012, that dream of representing her country became a reality on the world’s biggest stage at the London Olympic games, and although her trip around the Olympic cross-country course was cut short in London, Hawley was thrilled to have represented her native country of Canada aboard Gin & Juice. In 2013, the well-known duo represented Canada on the international Eventing stage, first at the Rolex Kentucky CCI4*, finishing 7th overall and at the Pau CCI4*, finishing in the top 20! In 2014 Hawley and Ginny earned more international renown, including a 16th place finish at the Rolex Kentucky CCI4*, being short listed for the Canadian National Eventing Team, and being named to the Team representing Canada at the 2014 World Equestrian Games.

Donations via Equine Canada
These donations are used to Benefit All Canadian Equestrian Athletes

Please make checks payable to Equine Canada
Send to:
Hawley Bennett
P.O. Box 893562
Temecula, CA 92589-3562

(We will be happy to send checks to Equine Canada and pay the extra needed postage for those in the U.S.) or, you may also visit the Equine Canada Website by clicking here for more information and to donate directly to Equine Canada.

Donations Via Southern California Equestrian Sports

For Hawley’s goals to continue to be possible, it takes a great deal of financial support. Now through SCES making a 100% tax-deductible donation to Hawley and her eventing peers is easy.

Southern California Equestrian Sports

Hawley, among many other top equestrians, is a member of Southern California Equestrian Sports. As specified on their website, “Southern California Equestrian Sports, Inc. (SCES) is a non-profit organization dedicated to help equestrian riders and organizers raise tax deductible funds to compete in or support their National and International competitions throughout the United States.

SCES is a designed to help athletes and owners expand their financial resources to train and compete by allowing supporters to receive a tax deductible benefit for contributions. SCES understands the financial commitment it takes to compete at the highest levels of equestrian sports; therefore established an organization to help foster development and competition. ”

If you are interested helping Hawley support her passion and her sport, then please visit the SCES Website or you can donate directly to help Hawley and her peers through Paypal by clicking the donate button on her website.

“SCES has been granted a tax exempt status under Section 501C3 of the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions are tax deductible at the maximum allowed by law and donations can be made on behalf of Southern California Equestrian Sports, Inc.”

Send to:
1902 Orangetree Lane
Ste. 130
Redlands, CA. 92374

Please DO NOT write Hawley’s name on the check, but rather put a sticky note on it with her name. (You may also send checks to Hawley and she will send them to SCES on your behalf). SCES Tax-ID No. 20-8082196