Here is the article on Cayenne Beaulieu’s Cayenne Not to be outdone by her big Irish stablemate, 11-year-old Beaulieu’s Cayenne, a Canadian Sport Horse mare owned by Sher Schwartz, finished 14th at Fair Hill with just 2 time penalties to add to her final score of 57.1. “Cayenne is such a good show jumper, and her dressage is getting better and better,” Julie said. “If I had my choice, I’d do the Pan Ams with her.” Cayenne (Calibur x Pinacolada, Pilot) was bred in Canada by Ferme Beaulieu Farm. Her eventing career began with Michael Pollard; Julie took on the ride in 2013. With multiple wins at Preliminary, the mare made her international debut in 2014 and jumped clear around five different FEI tracks. She also joined Samson in the AEC awards ceremony after finishing fourth at Intermediate. Cayenne is a proven broodmare who has passed on her jumping ability to daughter CS Carerra (by Contendro, 6 this year and absolutely precious, let me tell you), also owned by Sher Schwartz. Carerra competed at the Novice level with Julie last year in a season that culminated with a fourth-place finish in the Novice Horse division at the AECs.


Here is the article on Cayenne Beaulieu’s Cayenne Not to be outdone by her big Irish stablemate, 11-year-old Beaulieu’s Cayenne, a Canadian Sport Horse mare owned by Sher Schwartz, finished 14th at Fair Hill with just 2 time penalties to add to her final score of 57.1. “Cayenne is such a good show jumper, and her dressage is getting better and better,” Julie said. “If I had my choice, I’d do the Pan Ams with her.” Cayenne (Calibur x Pinacolada, Pilot) was bred in Canada by Ferme Beaulieu Farm. Her eventing career began with Michael Pollard; Julie took on the ride in 2013. With multiple wins at Preliminary, the mare made her international debut in 2014 and jumped clear around five different FEI tracks. She also joined Samson in the AEC awards ceremony after finishing fourth at Intermediate. Cayenne is a proven broodmare who has passed on her jumping ability to daughter CS Carerra (by Contendro, 6 this year and absolutely precious, let me tell you), also owned by Sher Schwartz. Carerra competed at the Novice level with Julie last year in a season that culminated with a fourth-place finish in the Novice Horse division at the AECs. via Ferme Beaulieu Farm Facebook Page

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