Janine Little is enjoying a fantastic 2018 season so far. With the Friesian mare Ebony, shown above, she won the Prix St. Georges Series Championship at White Fences in Florida, earned four CDI Top Ten placings at Wellington’s Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF), and achieved the High Score Award at Global (with a score of over 72.2% in the Prix St. Georges). The pair then went on to earn multiple successes at their first competition at Tryon International Equestrian Centre, including winning the Intermediaire 1 Freestyle with a score of over 71.7%.
Ebony and Demitra (Demitra is shown below, with Janine riding in a private clinic with Charlotte Dujardin, autumn 2017) are two of the up-and-coming horses Janine Little has been developing up the levels. Janine has brought both of these mares, along with numerous other horses currently in her program, from Training Level upwards.
Janine Little and Demitra, Autumn 2017, in a private clinic with Charlotte Dujardin.
Janine Little, listed for the Canadian Equestrian Team in 2011 and on Dressage Canada’s Rider Development Squad in 2016-2017, has produced multiple champions at the regional, national, and international levels.
Janine Little on the stallion Sancerre (left), winners of the Intermediaire B CDI*3 at Dressage at Devon, 2016.
Janine Little and Ebony (right), celebrating another blue ribbon at Devon, 2017.
Beyond a proven record of developing top horses from Training Level to Grand Prix, Janine has a highly successful coaching record.
Janine’s students have won major awards across North America, including numerous Gold Medals at the North American Junior Young Rider Championships.
Passionate about developing horses to their maximum potential, Janine Little’s goal is to represent Canada at the highest levels of international competition.
“Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. When you do something, do it with all your might.
Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with your own personality.
Be active, energetic, enthusiastic, and faithful, and you will accomplish your object.
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson