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New horse for Mathilde Blais Tétreault

MONTREAL, Jan. 16, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - FEI dressage rider Mathilde Blais Tétreault receives the support of DeLys Farm with the addition to her string of the young colt Bing Guo de Lys.

With the support of Lynda Tétreault and Claude Ménard owners of the breeding farm DeLys, Mathilde Blais Tétreault FEI U25 canadian dressage rider is adding a new horse to her string . The young colt Bing Guo de Lys by Belissimo M was the dressage champion foal of the Eastern Canadian Hanoverian Association at South Lane Inspection in September 2013.

" A dream come true, to have the opportunity to train and show in the years to come this young stallion with its flashy, astounding paces and his bouncy, elastic fluid gaits. Just fell in love with him. What a chance " said Mathilde.

During the 2013-2104 winter, Mathilde, trained by Albrecht Heidemann, will be showing in Wellington (USA) Woronow (by Wolkenstein II) her 12 year old Hanoverian guilding and Fandanguero Mar her 7 year old PRE guildind. As for Embassy III her Hanoverian Stallion, he will stay in Quebec due to an injury and should restart training in January 2014.

DeLys is a Hanoverian breeding farm based in Ulverton, Québec Canada, committed to breed and promote superior breeding jumper, hunter and dressage horses. DeLys is also committed to the improvement and the developpement of young dressage and jumper rider on the national and international forum.


Image with caption: "DeLys - Elevage Hanovrien (CNW Group/DeLys)". Image available at:

Image with caption: "Mathilde Blais Tétreault - SPS Wolga ( Weltmeyer - Lauries Crusador - Wanderbursch) Bing Guo de Lys (Belissimo M - Weltmeyer - Lauries Crusador) - Lynda Tétreault (CNW Group/DeLys)". Image available at:

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