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At Struck we are passionate about Equestrian Sports. We ride hard, and train harder. Riders are Athletes, and we should dress that way. Meet some of our partnered athletes:
Ana specializes in young horse development as well as re-training difficult or problem horses. Her childhood years as a competitive pony rider led to a wide variety of riding opportunities in the sport, and has allowed her to compete across North America. She has chosen to focus on young horse devolopment in hopes of developing talented prospects for a successful career in Showjumping and the Hunters. Ana shows the Young Horse Development Classes on the Gold Circuit in Canada, and hopes to qualify her young horses for the Young Horse Finals at Anglestone in September 2021.
Danielle Glanc started off her riding career as a three day eventer. She spent many years competing from Entry level up through to Preliminary levels. After acquiring a young horse with a talent for the hunters, Danielle switched discilpines and now competes on the Gold circuit in the Adult Amateurs as well as the Derby classes. Her goal in 2021 is to continue to bring along her talented youngsters, as well as qualify for the Royal Winter Fair Indoor Championships in November.
Ashley is one of our amateur athletes who competes in the both the hunter and jumper disciplines. Currently, she is competing in the 3'6 Amateur classes and professional Derbies, as well as the 1.25m and 1.30m jumper divisions. Her hopes in 2021 is to move up to the modified Grand Prix's, and continue her eduction as a rider and athlete. Not only is Ashley an active competitor in both Canada as well as the US, she travels worldwide to persue her competitive passion.
The Sport. The Passion.
Mackenzey joined the Struck team in early 2021. She is one of our athletes who competes in the jumper discipline, currently competing in the Modified Grand Prix's and National Grand Prix's with her main mount Wilby. Her hope in winter 2021/2022 is to move up to the Grand Prix level on the Wellington winter circuit in Florida, and continue her eduction as an equestrian athlete and rising professional.When not actively competeing, Mackenzey coaches students at the Trillium level across Ontario, and is training up and coming amateurs in the hunter and jumper disciplines.
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