Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Dressage@Bromont: young rider Mathilde Blais-Tétrault takes the honors


Mathilde Blais-Tétrault and Michealangelo
Bromont, May 21, 2012 – Dressage@Bromont gave Montreal young rider Mathilde Blais-Tétrault, Quebec’s representative at the 2011 North American Junior and Young Riders Championships (NAJYRC), a chance to be recognized for her performance.

A perfect weekend The 20 year-old young woman took first place in almost all the classes she competed in. Mathilde, who ranks amongst the five best young riders in North America, received a bursary for excellence and perseverance, offered jointly by Dressage International and Bromont Saint-Martin Hotel and suites.

FEI Inter 1: Quebec twice championIn the advanced division, St-Étienne de Lauzon rider Alain Provencher took the Champion title with Don Well and the Reserve Champion with Ricci.  

Kürs: a delight for spectators The presentation of the free style test on music, in the Omega Alpha ring, was an amazing event for visitors. They all warmly applauded all participants. In addition, in the FEI Young Riders, rider Tanya Strasser gave a remarkable performance, according to show organizer Linda Pepin, stating after the athlete’s performance: "Tanya’s choreography was outstanding. It is a performance which will inspire riders and dressage enthusiasts." She concluded: "When we see a performance of this quality, we realize that our Quebec riders are gaining in strength." 

Dressage riders will meet again at Dressage@Blainville on June 14, 15 and 16, at the Blainville Equestrian Park. The competition, a CDI***, will be the last international show on Canadian soil for selecting the Olympic team.

Founded by Linda Pepin in 2010, Dressage International is a non-profit organization, unique to Quebec. With its mission of developing excellence in dressage, both in Quebec and in Canada, Dressage International makes it a point to offer large-scale events that provide athletes, sport enthusiasts and the public at large with an exceptional and memorable experience. 

Source: Alexandra Hill, Communications – Dressage International communications@parcequestrebromont.org

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Monday, May 21, 2012

Dressage@Bromont: the momentum continues for junior riders


Naima Moreira and Tolando. Credit: Hervé Bolduc.

Bromont, May 20, 2012 – There was a slight turn of events in the Junior FEI competition today as the leading duo of Laurence Blais-Tétrault and Pissaro gave up first place to Montreal rider Naima Moreira and her partner Tolando, a ten year-old Dutch Warmblood.

A successful performance
Although Naima and her mount had the advantage today with a cumulative score of 70.537%, Laurence Blais-Tétrault is still leading the division after taking second and third place in today’s event with Lowelas and Pissaro, respectively.

Both riders, who trained under the guidance of Caroline Pepin and Albrecht Heidemann at Les écuries du ruisseau on the South shore, are moving closer to their goal: participate in the 2012 North American Junior and Young Riders Championships (NAJYRC) in Kentucky in the fall.  

Young Riders: a first place for Mathilde Blais-Tétrault
The young woman from Montreal leads in the FEI Young Riders division. Winner of a team medal at the 2011 NAJYRC, she is moving towards another participation in this prestigious competition.

Alain Provencher is first again
In the FEI Intermediate I division, after the Prix St-George, Quebec rider Alain Provencher maintained his lead, dominating with first place on Don Welle. Ontario rider Liz Steacie rounded up the top-three, taking second and third place with Luca LT and Sunset.

 The free-style tests to music (Kürs) take place on Monday May 21st in the Omega Alpha ring, starting at 2 o’clock. Entrance to the site costs $10 per vehicle.

Founded by Linda Pepin in 2010, Dressage International is a non-profit organization, unique to Quebec. With its mission of developing excellence in dressage, both in Quebec and in Canada, Dressage International makes it a point to offer large-scale events that provide athletes, sport enthusiasts and the public at large with an exceptional and memorable experience. 
Source: Alexandra Hill, Communications – Dressage International communications@parcequestrebromont.org