Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu has loved dressage since she was a small child growing up in New Glasgow, NS, showing her first pony, Freckles. She rose quickly through the FEI Junior and Young Rider ranks, earning spots on the Canadian team at both levels. She gained international acclaim with her performance at the 2015 Pan American Games, helping lead the Canadian team to a silver-medal finish. Since then, she and her stunning KWPN gelding All In have rarely been out of the spotlight, capturing numerous CDI wins at the Grand Prix level and representing Canada at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France.

Today, at 31, Brittany is the top Canadian dressage rider in the FEI world rankings (73rd) and a new mother with her sights firmly set on the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Brittany now divides her time between her home near Montreal and her winter base in Wellington, FL, where she juggles not only the demands of motherhood and training for her Olympic goal, but coaching and mentoring her own string of talented clients and travelling the country to give clinics. She is well respected for her programs that are tailored to the individual goals of each rider and ability of each horse, and her positive and methodical coaching philosophies.

Foreseeable Future

“As an athlete, getting to represent Canada is something I strive to do. My 2020 goal is to represent Canada at the 2020 Olympics. The Olympics have been a dream of mine since I was a child, so I am excited to see what the future has in store.”

Memorable Moment

“My favourite career moment was competing at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto, winning a team silver medal on home soil. I will never forget the crowd erupting when I finished my Prix St. George test, scoring 76%, and having so many of my friends and family members there to support me.”