These four Canadian dressage riders, including two who once rocked the maple leaf, represent other nations in international competition.
As chair of Equestrian Canada’s Dressage Committee, Victoria holds one of the most influential positions in the sport today.
Get to know this happy-go-lucky Olympic hopeful who is a big fan of snacks, has trouble 'playing nice' with others, and dances like Fred Astaire.
Jill's Youth Equine Mentor Program gives young Canadian dressage and jumper riders the opportunity to learn directly from experienced riders and coaches.
Pan Am medalist Brittany juggles the demands of motherhood and training for her Olympic goals, with coaching and mentoring her clients.
A true ambassador for the sport always seeking to promote Canadian dressage and share her vast knowledge with dressage riders and trainers at every level.
Christilot shows no signs of slowing down and remains a fixture on the competitive scene with her current Grand Prix mount Rockylane.
"I had no expectations...just to go out and dance. That’s when we won gold." Olympian Lauren Barwick is one of Canada’s most decorated equestrian athletes.
Meet this lovable son of the legendary Totilas who has been steadily working his way up the levels and could even be targeted for the next Olympics.
Traditionally required in FEI tests, the double bridle has been an integral piece of equipment at the upper levels ‒ but will that change?