In the Headlines

Eurodressage, March 19, 2018 – Janine Little and Friesian Mare Ebony Diversify Wellington’s CDI Ring: http://eurodressage.com/index.php/2018/03/19/janine-little-and-friesian-mare-ebonys-successes-diversify-wellingtons-cdi-ring

Janine and Ebony Global CDI March 2018.jpg

Janine Little and Ebony celebrated another successful weekend, earning another Top 10 CDI result at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival and then going on to win the Intermediare 1 in the National Ring at Global.  The pair rounded out the Florida 2018 season by winning the Prix St. Georges Series Championship at White Fences.  Janine and Ebony then celebrated a stellar first competition at Tryon International Equestrian Centre, April 2018, including winning the Intermediaire 1 Freestyle with lovely comments from judges and a score of over 71.7%.  

Stay tuned for upcoming articles in the national and international press, in addition to those provided below:

http://www.eurodressage.com/2018/01/19/scores-2018-cdi-wellington

Dressage Daily: Janine Little and Little Dressage Achieve Multiple Successes Throughout 2017

Dressage Talk: Janine Little Talks Funding Big Dreams on a Budget 

Dressage Daily: Janine Little and Naima Moreira-Laliberté Celebrate Highly Successful 2016 Florida Season

Eurodressage: NAJYRC Gold Medal Winner Naima Moreira-Laliberté Partnered with New Stallion Sancerre

Horses Daily: Young Canadian Rider Wins Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award

Horses Daily: HW Farm Horses Keep Breaking Records and Collecting Victories World Wide

Saddle Up: Janine Little and Ebony Win High Score Award

IEquine:  Janine Little and Ebony Open 2016 Season with the Horse of Course High Score Award

Gaitpost: Janine Little and Naima Moreira-Laliberté in March 2016 issue

Dressage Daily:  Janine Little and Ebony Open 2016 Season with the Horse of Course High Score Award

Additionally, articles have appeared in a variety of  city and community newspapers that reach the general public.  Janine values raising awareness about the sport of dressage and acknowledging that with hard work and dedication, it is possible to succeed no matter one’s origins.

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