SPONSORED RIDERS

 

BEATRICE BOUCHER

Béatrice Boucher is a proud ambassador of Equine WW sponsoring Stivali Romitelli dressage boots for 2 years now. Beatrice is a Elite dressage rider named by Equine Canada. She has always been around horses. Her first year competing in National Shows was in 2011 finishing the season with the Equestrian Canadian Championships in Bromont. With her horse Fiori, she won 3 gold medals(individual junior, team, and overall) She participate in the North American Youth Championships in 2013, winning Team Gold and stayed within the top 10 individual. In 2018, she was recognized by Equine Canada and named Canadian Dressage Athlete of the year 2018. She also was named Red Scarf Equestrian Athlete of the month(NAYC August 2018) earned the distinction of the most decorated Dressage Athlete of the 2018 NAYC: winning Team gold and Individual silver and silver Freestyle. During these successes, she has been working with DeLys Farm, an Hanoverian Breeder based in Quebec, helping and raising the youngsters up the levels. Every year, DeLys’ horses are showing off, breaking results and earning several titles like Best horse with Québec's Origin or Horse of the year of their levels.

 

BILLIE DEROUET

Billie Derouet, has been riding for more then 20 years. She has been showing all around in the Canada, United States and also in Europe and rode for the world champion at that moment. Billie has been named twice best junior of the year in Canada and became Canadian champion at the national final in Toronto in the 1m40 jr/am division in 2010. She competed in the 1m50 Grand Prix at the age of 15 years old giving her twice reserve champion at the national final of the CET medal at the national final also at the Royal winter fair. She was also Québec year champion of the 1m30 jr/am rewarding her with a silver medal in team at the North American junior rider championship in Virginia in 2007 and also the best Canadian score at the North American young rider championship in Kentucky in 2010. She then has build her young horse from nothing to year champion of the 5 and 6 years old to reserve champion in the Talent squad national final to Québec champion of the year in 1m45 to FEI Grand Prix level. Billie continues building her own young horses to be able to have succes in her future career.

 

BEATRICE DAVIAULT

Béatrice has been passionate about equestrian sports since she was 6 years old. She began her competitive career in 2010. In 2017, she participated for the first time in her life at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in the 1.20m show jumping division. The following year, she experienced a turning point in her sports career, winning the Québec-Maritimes final of the Canadian equestrian team medal and the title of vice-champion of the national final of the CET medal at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. With the acquisition of two young horses, 2019 was more of a transition. Her 8 years old, Cassonad, finished first overall in the 1m30 and her other horse, Levaro Z, won the 7 years old final. By balancing remarkably her sport and her studies, Béatrice now evolves in medical school which allowed her to obtain several scholarships including the 2019 Jumping Youth Bursary and two from the “Fondation d’Athlète d’excellence du Québec” and the “Fondation Alliance Sport-Études”.