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Leslie Reid

Canadian Olympian, Pan American Game team and individual gold medalist. "Champion horse blankets are the best blankets that I have used, especially the rainsheets which we need so regularly in our climate. They are a great quality and a very nice fit for all the horses. The sizing is excellent."

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Leslie riding Goldanna in the rain 2017

 

 

 

leslie1.jpg   Leslie showing in California on her 7yr Andalusian stallion named Kobal 2013  

 

A level III certified dressage coach, Leslie Reid has won over 40 Provincial Zone Awards, and was named Coach of the Year in 1989. In 1995, with the Dutch Warmblood stallion Seafox, she was the first Canadian rider to be named to the 1996 Olympic Dressage Team, qualifying after the first two Olympic Trails. In November 1996, Reid and Seafox were triumphant at the Volve World Cup Dressage League Final held at the Royal Winter Fair. 

Reid then formed an extremely successful partnership with Mark, a Holsteiner gelding then owned by Deryol Andrews, accumulating a tremendous number of victories, which was highlighted in particular by an individual gold and Team silver medals at the 2003 Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic. Moving up to Grand Prix in 2004, they were the only horse/rider combination to earn an auto-matic bye onto the 2004 Olympic Dressage Team after achieving an average of 70.089% in the Grand Prix test at two CDI3* competitions. Their performance in Athens, Greece helped Canada move up one placing in the world international team rankings to ninth place. 

The pair continued to be a dominate force in North America dressage in 2004 with a decisive double win in the Grand Prix Qualifier and Grand Prix Freestyle at the 2004 Dressage at Devon CDI3*/CDI-Y. they capped off a successful show season by winning the Canada League World Cup Finals at the Royal Winter Fair, a title Reid won in  1996 with Seafox. Reid and Mark travelled to Las Vegas in April of 2005 to compete for Canada in the World Cup finals where they placed 17th in the Grand Prix and 2nd in the Grand Prix Freestyle B Class.

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Golden State Results April 7, 2013:  7 Classes and 7 wins!!

Fine and Smart owned by Juliet Ledorze at Open Prix St. George; Landor owned by Deryol Andrews at Third Level level with 72%

 

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