AMBASSADORS

Rock Beaupré
Discipline: Barrel Racing

Rock Beaupré has trained young barrel racing horses for the Futurity circuits since 1994.
His technical approach focuses on the biomechanical abilities of the horse and rider on the barrel racing course. Rock aims mainly to bring out the best of each athlete, while ensuring the utmost respect for the horse and the sport. Rock is also an accomplished clinician, helping riders as well as horses to succeed.
In 2019, Rock will be leading 19 clinics.


Susie Parisée (SSBarrelhorses)
Discipline: Barrel Racing

Susie specializes in training young horses for the Futurity circuits.
Among the horses she has trained, many have succeeded and still succeed on the Quebec, Canada and US circuits.
Having developed her teaching abilities at the ITA La Pocatière agricultural institute, she now shares her knowledge as a clinician.
SS BarrelHorses, her barrel horse breeding operation, is home to the stallion Aim My Choice.
Needless to say that horses are at the center of her life!


Sébastien Boutin (Team Équin-star)
Discipline: Driving (derby and combined driving)

Sebastien Boutin is a trainer and expert in prepping driving horses for combined driving tests and derbies.
The Équin-Star Driving Center is the only breeder of KWPN Dutch Harness Horses in Québec.
The Centre also specializes in the manufacturing of harnesses and ski joëring equipment, distributing across Canada, Europe and the USA.


Camille Carrier Bergeron
Discipline: Dressage

Camille Carier-Bergeron is 19 years old and has been practicing dressage for 11 years.

In 2019, she started in international competition in FEI U25 (Grand Prix 16-25 years). During the 2017 winter season in Florida, she made her debut with Expression at the FEI young Cavalier level. With a result higher than 72% she had an 8th place in the world ranking in this category in April. In addition, she was named a second-time Red Scarf Equestrian Athlete of the month of March by Canada Equestrian. Camille also won the ARAMIS trophy in the Junior category who stood out on the Canadian stage in classical riding. Finally, Camille experienced a very rewarding experience by having been able to train and doing competition in Germany for 4 months, from August to the month of November. 

In 2018, Camille qualified with Baldacci to represent Canada at the North American Junior and Young Riders Championship (NAJYRC), this time in the young rider category. She won a team gold medal and a third place individually during the same event. Finally, she also made her debut with Baldacci in the next category, U25 (16 to 25 years). In 2019, Camille made her international debut in the U25 category with Acoeur. Camille is now part of the Canadian FEI team. 


Jimmy Allaire
Discipline: Rodeo

Jimmy Allaire, graduating from ITA La Pocatière’s farrier course in 2018 and competitor on the rodeo circuit for more than 10 years as a scout in the rescue race and rider exchange. Champion of the 2018 season in the Quebec Rodeo Team and the WildTime Productions Tour. Winner 3 times of the Canada Cup final of the Western Festival of St-Tite.

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