FEI Dressage Rider and Creative Horse Clipper

Get To Know Me

The world of a dressage rider isn’t an easy one. It’s a full-time commitment requiring personal sacrifice and a dedication to preparation. Sue Pallotta began to form her incredible work ethic at a very young age, along with a strong passion for working with horses and the determination to train her horses to the highest level. Sue spends most of her spare time training and practicing in pursuit of the ultimate goal: to compete at the top level of a sport that she loves. She has competed at National competitions for over 12 years in the adult amateur ranks, and will be competing as an open rider to pursue further opportunities in 2020.


  • Dressage Canada Bronze, Silver & Gold medalist
  • National competitor through to FEI Intermediate 1
  • Multiple National Championship Titles
  • Successfully trained and competed 2 horses from birth up to the small tour level
  • Also competed in hunters, show jumping, eventing, horse trials, gaming & endurance
  • Owner, Breeder & Handler of multiple sport horses in line classes including Governor General's Cup & Lt. Governor General's Cup classes at the Royal Winter Fair.