The FUNdamentals with Brittany Fraser
Brittany Fraser has loved dressage since she first started riding at the age of five. Having a close family member who was a dressage coach and stable owner in her hometown of New Glasgow, NS, it’s no surprise that Brittany was introduced to the sport at a young age. What is unusual is that unlike many other young riders, the thrill of jumping never lured her away from the dressage ring. While it may be easy to dismiss dressage as “boring,” Fraser wants Canada’s kids to give the sport a chance. “Most kids think dressage is about 20-meter circles and going around the ring endlessly,” the 2015 Pan Am Games silver medallist says. “We as trainers have to make it more interesting for them and get kids excited about dressage. "I loved dressage from day one. My number-one priority was to get my pony on the bit and I would…
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