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Grimsby teen earns equestrian bursary

Olivia Jordan, who turned 17 on Dec. 21 for a nice early birthday present, courtesy of Jump Canada

Jump Canada announced its five $2,000 bursary winners Dec. 15. They are given annually to youth aged 14-21 to support their continued growth in the higher levels of equestrian sport while continuing their eduction.

Jordan competed in the 1.10m level in 2015 and hopes to compete at the Royal Horse Show one day. Starting her career in the hunter ring, she has since transitioned to the jumpers, utilizing her skill and patience to bring along her young mount Good as Gold.

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