Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu had her first taste of representing Canada in international competition in 2007 when she was part of the team that finished fourth at the prestigious North American Young Riders’ Championship in Lexington, Virginia. In the years to follow, Fraser-Beaulieu fully committed herself to becoming one of the best the sport of dressage has to offer.
Since 2017, Fraser-Beaulieu and the Dutch Warmblood gelding, All In, have been the highest placed Canadian combination on the FEI Dressage World Ranking. Their record includes more than 20 wins in international competition, including first place in the Prix St. Georges (dressage first round) at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, where they helped Canada win team dressage silver.
Their consistency has resulted in many Nations Cup podium appearances for Canada, including team silver in 2014, team silver in 2018, team silver and individual bronze in 2020, and team and individual bronze in 2021. It was also in 2021 that Fraser-Beaulieu and All In came close to the elusive 80%, scoring 79.330% in the CDI-W Grand Prix Freestyle at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida.
In her Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020, Fraser-Beaulieu helped Canada to an 11th-place finish in team dressage. Individually, she qualified for the Grand Prix Freestyle, where she and All In scored 76.404% to set a Canadian Olympic record.
A Little More About Brittany
Getting into the Sport: An avid rider since age 5 and began competing in equestrian at age 7… First pony was named Freckles… First coach was Kathryn Macleod… Began regularly commuting to Ottawa when she was 13 to train with well-known dressage riders, Ruth Koch and Albrecht Heidemann… Odds and Ends: Has a two-year-old son, Théo, with husband Marc-André Beaulieu… Coach Ashley Holzer is a four-time Olympian who won team dressage bronze at Seoul 1988.
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Notable International Results
Olympic Games: 2020 - 18th (individual dressage), 11th (team dressage)
World Equestrian Games: 2018 – 33rd (individual), 11th (team)
Pan American Games: 2015 – 5th (individual), SILVER (team)