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Christilot Boylen - Dressage Athlete of the Month May 2017

  • By Marina Layton

Christilot Boylen - Dressage Athlete of the Month May 2017

Red Scarf Equestrian Dressage Athlete of the Month - Equestrian Canada
MAY 2017

The six-time Olympian made her mark in the small tour during the Ottawa Dressage Festival, earning impressive personal best scores aboard Rockylane (Rock Forever x Rica), her 10-year-old Westphalian mare.

“I have been developing Rocky over the last year and the Ottawa CDI competition was a milestone in her career,” noted Boylen. “She was able to show a small bit of her enormous talent. I just enjoy her every day and am grateful for the opportunity to develop her.”

Boylen and Rockylane took second place in the Prix St. Georges on a score of 70.746% on May 19 before moving on to claim back-to-back wins in the Intermediate I (72.632%) on May 20 and Intermediate I Freestyle (77.000%) on May 21.

“As always, there is a huge and dedicated team surrounding every athlete (four legged and two legged). Without their support, a rider alone cannot shine,” Boylen explained. “In my case I must thank my daughter Billie, who has been taking care of Rocky, Deer Ridge Equestrian for providing me with amazing training facilities, and all the dedicated professionals who do a fantastic job in helping us to move forward. I also worked with Equestrian Canada’s Jessica Dilliott in Ottawa, which was a great addition to my normal routine.”

What is the Red Scarf Athlete of the Month?
Each month, a high performance Canadian dressage athlete is named the Red Scarf Equestrian Dressage Athlete of the Month, based on performance and results at FEI dressage competitions within Canada and around the world.

As the Equestrian Canada (link their name to the link below) sponsor of the Dressage Athlete of the Month, Red Scarf Equestrian provides the athlete with a generous gift certificate that can be used towards the purchase of elegant equestrian luggage, travel bags, clothing, home decor and accessories that are all made in Canada.

Find out more about the program by going to:

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