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Canadian Show Jumper Ali Ramsay is Paying it Forward

Since parting with her top horse, Ali Ramsay is looking forward to developing other show jumping stars and sharing her knowledge with the next generation.

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By: Jessica Lefroy |

After six years under the mentorship of Jill Henselwood as rider and assistant trainer at Juniper Farms in Oxford Mills, ON, Ali Ramsay has stepped out on her own with Ramsay Equestrian Inc., based in Aurora. The winner of the CET Finals in 2012 has been working her way up the ranks with determination, having made her Canadian Show Jumping Team debut in 2016 in the Nations Cup of Samorin, Slovakia. Her 2019 season began with a third-place finish in the AIG $1 Million Grand Prix at HITS Coachella in California, both aboard her top horse, Hermelien VD Hooghoeve (Mya). “Training with Jill has changed my life,” Ramsay says. “I feel like I always had the drive and ambition, but I didn’t realize how far I could take it before I came to Jill. I don’t even think grand prix was my goal, because it just didn’t seem realistic. “Jill…

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