Kassidy Keith: Driven by Ambition
If you ask a professional in the equestrian industry what it takes to be a successful rider, words such as talent, determination, focus, and hard work are often used. Kassidy Keith, 19, of Duncan, BC, recipient of the 2016 Equestrian Canada Jumper Bursary, exhibits all of these qualities and more. Kassidy started riding at a very young age when she would accompany her mother, Cheryl Keith, to work at Queen Margaret School – an all-girl university preparatory high school in Duncan that offers an exceptional equestrian program and where Cheryl has been the equestrian coach since 2000. Kassidy started attending the school in Grade 8, a natural progression that provided her the opportunities to ride before, during, and after school and to receive an excellent education at an academy that supported her passion. Focus Under Pressure Kassidy burst onto the national scene in 2015 when she won both the Jump…
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