Leap of Faith: “All In” bid pays off for Brittany Fraser
Aboard All In, her eight-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, she finished the 2013 season at the top of the North American small tour, winning the Prix St. George and Intermediare 1 at both Saugerties CDIs, placing second at Dressage at Devon in the Prix St. George and Intermediare 1, and earning the team bronze at the Dressage Nations Cup in Wellington. A former Equine Canada Athlete of the Month and selected as the only equestrian athlete representative on CIBC Team Next, she is poised to make the Pan Am team and has her sights set on the 2016 Olympic Games. Brittany began riding at the age of five and at 13 started training with Ruth Koch and Albrecht Heidemann. It was a partnership that led her from ponies to the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships. Now 25, she trains with Ashley Holzer in New York, having made the move…
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