Why I Love Mad Barn
I use Performance XL: Electrolytes when travelling and competing and during hard training sessions to keep horses hydrated. I feed Omneity daily to provide essential nutrients and keep my horses in their best condition.
Visceral+ is a staple item in our stable. Unlike other ulcer and gastrointestinal supplements, Visceral+ also helps to treat the hind-gut and is a must-have for any horse with digestive issues or in an intense exercise and travel program. Since using Visceral+, my horses are much happier, healthier, their coats shine, they have gained weight and condition, and overall they are happier and more willing in their work. Best of all, there is no need for any expensive ulcer medications.
Lindsay Beer started riding at a very young age, growing up on a small breeding and boarding farm in Midhurst, Ontario. Lindsay spent her early years riding ponies on the Central East Trillium Hunter Jumper circuit, before switching to eventing at the age of 13. By 18, Lindsay had competed in her first International events with her longtime partner El Paso, including competing her first season at the Advanced level and was named to the Canadian Eventing Team long list.
Lindsay has continued to be a member of the Canadian Eventing Team long list with El Paso and Kennystown Frankie, with her goals set to represent Canada at major games in the years to come. She currently runs a large equestrian operation out of her family farm in Midhurst, Ontario specializing in teaching and training. Lindsay is also partnered with Rose Red Sport Horses, who produce top-quality sport horses for the Canadian market.
- 2018 - Canadian Eventing Team Long Listed rider
- 2018 - Stable View Horse Trials Advanced, 3rd Place
- 2016 - Richland Park Horse Trials Advanced, 5th Place
- 2014 - Canadian Eventing Team Long Listed rider
- 2013 - Plantation Fields CC1***, 4th Place