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Beth Underhill and the Rein-family part ways

Thursday, 28 March 2024

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ. Beth Underhill with the Rein-family's Dieu Merci van T&L back in 2022, when the two won the Rolex Grand Prix of La Baule. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

Beth Underhill and the Rein-family have decided to part ways, the Canadian rider announced in social media on Wednesday. Underhill has been riding for the Rein-family since 2022, and they have supplied her with top horses such as Nikka vd Bisschop (Emerald x Nabab de Reve), My Clementine (Obos Quality 004 x Kashmir van Schuttershof), Dynastie de Beaufour (Diamant de Semilly x Cassini I) and Dieu Merci van T&L (Toulon x San Patrignano Corrado). 

"After two and a half years of successfully partnering with the Rein family and their string of top horses, we've mutually decided to part ways," Underhill wrote. "It's truly been an honour to ride and represent the Canadian flag under their ownership. Thank you to the entire Rein family for the understanding and respect we’ve had for one another during our time together. Their support provided opportunities to compete on the world stage, including across Europe and at two major games. Riding on the Longines Global Champions Tour as part of the Rome Gladiators team was an incredible experience."

"Being double clear in the Nations’ Cup at CSIO5* in La Baule riding Dieu Merci and going on to win the Rolex Grand Prix two days later was a career highlight, as was anchoring the Canadian team with a clear in the first round of team competition at the 2022 World Championships in Herning riding Nikka vd Bisschop," Underhill continued in her announcement. "With Nikka, I ended the 2022 season as the highest-ranked Canadian athlete based on clear rounds in 1.55/1.60m competition. We went on to be part of Canada’s winning team in the Wellington Nations’ Cup in 2023 and finished a close second this year. I am especially proud to have been a member of the silver medal team at the 2023 Pan American Games that qualified Canada for the upcoming Paris Olympics. While disappointed that I won’t be accompanying my teammates on that journey, I’m looking forward to the future and to new opportunities to support and represent the Canadian Show Jumping Team." 

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