CP International at Spruce Meadows raises over $120K for heart health initiative
by CM Staff
Since its inception in 2014, CP's Clear Rounds for Heart has raised more than $1 million for heart health research and care.
CALGARY — Canadian Pacific International has raised $120,000 for the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta.
Daniel Deusser jumped three clear rounds to win the $3 million CP International Grand Prix.
CP’s Clear Rounds for Heart donates $10,000 for each clear round jumped, including those with time faults. Since its inception in 2014, CP’s Clear Rounds for Heart has raised more than $1 million for heart health research and care.
“Congratulations to Daniel Deusser and Killer Queen VDM for their performance today and for their contribution to our CP Has Heart program,” said Keith Creel, CP president and CEO in a statement.
“CP is proud to partner with Spruce Meadows to help shine a light on the important work the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta is doing.”
During Masters weekend, CP donated $20 to the Libin Cardiovascular Institute for each of those who participated in CP Has Heart activities, including Interactive Heart Model Building and Hands-only CPR.