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FEBRUARY 2021 THE RIDER /41


Exclusive to the Digital Edition of The Rider


FEBRUARY 2021 Vol. 2, Issue No. 3


Canadians Hit It Big At Adequan Global Dressage Festival 3


Canadian dressage


and para-dressage athletes earned a bevy of above-70% scores during the third week of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF), held Jan. 27-31, 2021, in Wellington, FL. Brittany Fraser-


Beaulieu of Saint-Bruno, QC, proved that she contin- ues to be one to watch aboard her veteran partner, All In (Tango x Damiro), whom she co-owns with her father, Craig Fraser, and husband, Marc-Andre Beaulieu. In Jan. 29’s CDI 4* Grand Prix (Qualifier for the Grand Prix Special), Fraser-Beaulieu and the 16- year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding captured second with 71.891%. The next day, they placed third in the CDI 4* Grand Prix Special on a score of 71.553%. “I feel very fortunate


to be able to compete during


these difficult times. Ade- quan Global Dressage Festi- val has made a very safe and welcoming environment for us all,” said Fraser- Beaulieu. “I was very pleased with All In this past weekend in the 4*. To start the 2021 season with over 71% in both days is very ex- citing. All In was very ex- cited to be back in the ring, which caused a couple of costly mistakes in the Spe- cial. We will continue to train and will be back in the competition ring in two weeks.” Fraser-Beaulieu was


Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu of Saint-Bruno, QC, and her veteran partner, All In, began their 2021 season with a bang at the CDI 4* competition held during the third week of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival, which took place Jan. 27-31 in Wellington, FL. Photo Credit: Susan J. Stickle


joined by Lindsay Kellock on the AGDF 3 CDI 4* leaderboard. The Toronto, ON, native and Sebastien (Sandro Hit x Fidermark), a 15-year-old Rheinländer gelding Kellock co-owns with Enterprise Farm


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Save the Date for the World Equestrian Center – Ocala Summer Horse Show Series


held outside (weather per- mitting) in the state-of-the- art 22-ring horse show complex, featuring spacious hunter and jumper rings each with its own dedicated warm-up ring and all- weather footing. In the case of excessive heat or in- clement weather, competi- tion will take place indoors in four climate-controlled indoor arenas.


trian Center – Ocala 2021 Summer Shows are pending approval and comprise 10 weeks of hunter/jumper competition:


The World Eques-


June 9-13, 2021 June 16-20, 2021 June 23-27, 2021 June 30-July 4, 2021


Ocala, FL – A brand-new Summer Horse Show Series featuring 10 weeks of top hunter/jumper competition will be held from June 9 to August 15, 2021, at World Equestrian Center – Ocala. The complete prize list will be announced soon, as will the opening date for stall reservations. Competition will be


just steps away. For all lodg- ing reservations, please visit wec.net.


About World Equestrian Center World Equestrian Cen-


ter features two premiere equestrian and multidiscipli- nary venues in Ocala, FL, and Wilmington, OH. These exclusive facili-


ties comprise state-of-the- art arenas, expansive stadiums, versatile outdoor space, sporting fields and well-appointed exposition centers. An abundance of lodging options and luxury accommodations are conve- niently located on-site, along with shopping and dining throughout each property. Dedicated to offering


Aaron Vale and Elusive compete at World Equestrian Center – Ocala. Photo by Andrew Ryback Photography


July 7-11, 2021 July 14-18, 2021 July 21-25, 2021 July 28-August 1, 2021 August 4-8, 2021 August 11-15, 2021 Lodging at World Eques-


to make lodging reserva- tions now at the elegant Equestrian Hotel, with 248 stylishly appointed rooms, restaurants, luxury shopping


trian Center – Ocala Exhibitors are advised


and day spa. Exhibitors may choose to reserve a charm- ing Home Away from Home unit or reserve an RV space in the convenient park that includes a General Store with Starbucks and laundry


great sport and fun in a fam- ily-friendly environment, World Equestrian Center promises an unparalleled experience for exhibitors, spectators, vendors, spon- sors and retailers built on three core values: Quality. Class. Distinction.


www.wec.net. Learn more at


CELEBRATING YEARS


Summer


Horsepacking Courses for Outdoor Enthusiasts


UC Davis Continuing


and Professional Educa- tion’s popular summer horsepacking courses are now available. Featuring two unique outdoor adven- tures that take participants into the California wilder- ness on horseback, these courses offer a once-in-a- lifetime adventure. Track wild horses and


relive the Old West in the seldom-visited Pizona area of Inyo National Forest with the four-day course, Mus- tangs: A Living Legacy. From a central meadow camp, riders track mustangs in their natural pinyon forest habitat and learn the social behavior of the horses and their current struggle. The trip runs from June 12-15 and is a special opportunity to enjoy a rustic outdoor ad- venture and a unique educa- tional experience, exploring the biology, ecology and be- havior of a proud and beau- tiful animal—the North American wild horse. Download the itinerary. Mountain Horseman-


ship: Veterinary Care and Horsepacking in the Wilder- ness is a deluxe seven-day pack trip that covers the es- sentials of horsepacking in the wilderness—with the Golden Trout Wilderness of the High Sierra as your lab- oratory. The instructor will discuss equipment, emer- gency veterinary care, feed- ing and managing livestock in the backcountry. Trip runs from July 11-17. Download the itinerary. Also of interest for


equine enthusiasts are UC Davis Continuing and Pro-


fessional Education’s new online Equine Science courses. For horse owners or aspiring owners, and those engaged in an equine enterprise such as boarding or training, these courses offer valuable, scientifically based fundamentals, so owning a horse is fun and the needs of the horse are properly met. Upcoming courses include Introduction to Equine Science: Produc- tion and Management, start- ing Feb. 20, and Equine Nutrition: Eating Like a Horse, starting Mar. 6. For more information


or to enroll, call (800) 752- 0881, email cpeinfo@uc- davis.edu or visit our website. About UC Davis Continu- ing and Professional Educa- tion


For more than 60


years, the UC Davis Divi- sion of Continuing and Pro- fessional Education has blended the distinctive aca- demic expertise of UC Davis with practical training that immediately improves capability and job perform- ance. This “Career Curricu- lum” supports working professionals as they refresh and expand job skills over the course of their careers. With 74,000 annual en-


rollments in professional, academic and enrichment courses and more than 2 million enrollments on Coursera, UC Davis Contin- uing and Professional Edu- cation serves lifelong learners in the growing Sacramento region, all 50 states and more than 100 countries.


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