The pair had been competing together at the Grand Prix level since early 2019, but recent health issues prompted the decision.
The Canadians who made up the Tokyo squad will reunite to compete against world-renowned dressage teams at this prestigious event.
Canada misses the cut for the Team and Individual Finals; Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In log best score for the team.
The team of Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu, Lindsay Kellock and Chris von Martels, with alternate Naima Moreira Laliberté, are ready to roll.
Equestrian Canada and the COC have officially announced Canada’s equestrian team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The CDI 4* class saw Lindsay Kellock and Sebastien a close 2nd, Jill Irving/Arthur 4th and Evi Strasser/Déjà Vu Tyme 6th.
Four Canadians finished in the top five, led by Lindsay Kellock who edged Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In.
Canada swept the podium with Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu and All In second and Chris von Martels on Eclips third in the FEI Grand Prix CDI3*.
The CDI3* at the spectacular Florida venue will see a number of Canadian Olympic hopefuls squaring off in grand prix competition.
Canada's Lindsay Kellock rode Lisa Apa’s 9-year-old Hanoverian gelding Tu le Merite, by Totilas, to 4th place in the Prix St. Georges Final.