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.