Three Canadians ‒ Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu, Naima Moreira Laliberté and Diane Creech ‒ reached the podium in CDI4* action in Wellington.
Grand Prix Special action saw Canadians Diane Creech and Chrevis Christo place 5th in the 4* and Pia Fortmüller and Frieda 3rd in the 3*.
Canada's Diane Creech places 3rd in Grand Prix for Special CDI4* with Chrevis Christo; Pia Formuller and Frieda take Grand Prix for Special.
The US rider scores another personal best of 77.319%; Canada's Diane Creech and Chrevi’s Christo snag 3rd place with 71.277%.
The Canadian scores 73.319% in the Special; Jill Irving and Arthur place 4th and Diane Creech is 7th riding Chrevi’s Christo.
Canada showed off the breadth and depth of its dressage talent during the eighth week of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, FL.
It was a heady day of new personal bests, with both Adrienne Lyle and Olivia LaGoy-Weltz bringing their A-game to the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI4* at AGDF.
It was a full day of grand prix level action during week eight of the 2020 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival at PBIEC in Wellington, Florida.
Canada’s Diane Creech was the unanimous winner in the Lövsta Future Challenge FEI Intermediate II riding her own and Louise Leatherdale’s Dublin L.
In the inaugural Lövsta Future Challenge Intermediate II qualifier for developing grand prix horses, Pablo Gomez Molina took the coveted qualifying spot.