Tag: Lindsay Kellock
Canadian Stars Under the Lights
The Friday night dressage, under the lights, was in a different venue this week.
The Riders Speak: Brittany Fraser , Lindsay Kellock
Today I got up early to watch the last day of the Olympic Grand Prix. The first Canadian rider I saw was Lindsay Kellock. Her horse Sebastien was a bit exuberant at some moments. Here are Lindsay’s thoughts on the Olympic comepetition. I’ve learned from this. Maybe Sebastien just peaked a little too early [after…
Day Two: Harmony and Drama in the Grand Prix!
Today was the second and final day of the Grand Prix at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Now the horses and riders will have a day off. On Tuesday they will compete in the Grand Prix Special and that will decide which team gets the medals. I was up at 4:30 am to make sure I…
They all Passed! They are ready to compete!
They are all set for the Grand Prix tomorrow!
It’s Time for Tokyo!
July 23, 2021 the Games will begin. Canada is sending 371 athletes and this is the largest team since the Los Angeles games in 1984. It seems almost unbelievable that, at last, these Olympics will actually take place. For the Equestrians there has been not only the Global Pandemic but a serious outbreak in Europe…
Webinar:Make it a 10 please!
The Webinar hosted by Equestrian Canada ran into some techincal difficulties and had a later than planned start. Once it got under way, Ron King ,who was the moderator told us there were 78 attendees logged in. He then introduced the panelists. Brittany Fraser Beaulieu, Megan Lane and Lindsay Kellock. All three are stars of…
Postponed! Tokyo 2020 will now be in 2021.
I am sure that athletes all over the world will be disappointed to see the Olympics postponed for a year. But I suspect they will also be relieved. This past winter season in Florida I interviewed the Canadian dressage riders who were competing with the goal of making the Canadian Team. I have not communicated…
It’s a wrap for Pan Am Dressage!
They rode with courage , determination and grace.
Gold and a ticket to Tokyo !
Despite the fact that some people think watching dressage is as exciting as watching paint dry there are times when dressage competition can be an edge of the seat nail biter! This is how it was at the Pan American Games in Lima today. The Canadian dressage team, of four riders, were under a lot…