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Brittany Fraser & All In Set Canadian Grand Prix Freestyle Record, Seeking Start at World Cup Final

Brittany Fraser on All In has claimed the Canadian record score for the Grand Prix Freestyle in rides at the Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida that were the best ever for the partnership of 11 years.

The score of 79.330% for Brittany and the 16-year-old KWPN gelding dethroned her coach, Ashley Holzer, who had held the previous record of 79.200% set on Pop Art at the 2009 World Cup Final in Las Vegas, a year before All In was bought at the Equine Elite Auction in the Netherlands.

The Canadian record score was not recognized when the 32-year-old Brittany and All In completed her ride at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center Sunday– that endeavors to keep track of records was in the midst of switching computer systems and files were not available.

“I think this was my best ride to date and my Grand Prix ride was my best ride to date,” Brittany told after the World Cup competition.

William Warren of the U.S., speaking for the panel of five judges, described the performance of Brittany and All In as, “Wonderful harmony between horse and rider.”

She owns All In with her husband Marc-Andre Beaulieu and are based in Montreal with their 19-month-old son.

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Article written by: KENNETH J. BRADDICK

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