Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu’s All In and Charlotte Jorst's Kastel’s Nintendo take a final bow in Wellington International ceremonies.
The Canadian placed 3rd in the Grand Prix Freestyle with All In as winners Adrienne Lyle and Silvano break a scoring record with 85.580%.
The American scores 85.58% in the Grand Prix Freestyle CDI4*; Canada's Fraser-Beaulieu 3rd, Moreira Laliberté wins PSG1*
Week 8 of the Global Dressage Festival in Wellington saw a number of outstanding performances from Canadian riders in several divisions.
The Spanish rider, who suffered a brain bleed and pneumonia in 2020, posted a 80+ score on Quantico in the Grand Prix Freestyle at AGDF 8.
Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu, who is three months pregnant, took the World Cup Short Grand Prix riding her long-time partner All In.
Three Canadians make the top 10 in the Grand Prix for Freestyle CDI5*, led by Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In in 6th place.
Olympian Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In are flirting with 80%, while others are making their mark in U25, CDI4* and 1* competition.
Laurence Vanommeslaghe (BEL) takes 4* Freestyle, Ariana Chia (CAN) 6th riding Fiderflame; Fraser-Beaulieu and All In 4th in Freestyle CDI-W.
At 18, Jorst's stallion was the oldest horse in the field of 11, with Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu riding 17-yr-old All In into 2nd spot.