Inspired by a love of horses at a very young age, Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu began her career in dressage with her first pony Freckles. She was the first rider to compete at the FEI Pony level in Nova Scotia, and quickly rose through the FEI Junior and Young Rider ranks, earning spots on the Canadian Team at both levels.
Fraser Beaulieu Equestrian was brought to life through her long-standing partnership with All In. He was purchased as a 5 year old, and they had no idea he would turn out to be as talented as he is today. She attributes her success to her partnership with this incredible horse who brought her to International fame. She and the stunning KWPN gelding have rarely been out of the spotlight competing at some of the most prestigious events in North America and Europe.
Brittany and All In have helped lead the Canadian team to a Silver medal finish at the 2015 Pan American Games, wowed Carl Hester during a Toronto masterclass, were the highest scoring team at the 2018 World Equestrian Games, climbed the rankings to #1 Grand Prix Dressage Rider in Canada for two consecutive years, and currently have their sights set on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
To realize her goal of rising to the top in her sport, Brittany spent more than 7 years based in New York and Wellington with Olympian Ashley Holzer, learning from the best how to be the best. In 2017 she made the decision to relocate back to Canada to establish her business, and to give back what she has learned to the sport she loves so much.
HIGHEST SCORING CANADIAN GRAND PRIX HORSE
ALL IN WON CANADIAN HORSE OF THE YEAR AND DRESSAGE HORSE OF THE YEAR CONSECUTIVELY
CDI 4* GRAND PRIX WINS
CDIW GRAND PRIX WIN
CDI 5* GRAND PRIX FREESTYLE WIN
2020 OLYMPIC HOPEFUL
2020 WORLD CUP
Spanning North America, Fraser-Beaulieu Equestrian can be found in Montreal, Quebec for the summer months and Wellington, Florida during the winter months.
OPERATES OUT OF
" All In is a very special horse, a real rarity. He has a commanding presence which makes everyone sit up and take notice. He’s better than several of the horses currently ranked in the world’s top 10. This is a horse who will be representing Canada, so take good care of him."
- CARL HESTER MBE, British Olympic dressage gold medalist