Beth Underhill

Beth Underhill is a world class Canadian equestrian athlete, based in Ontario Canada. Beth has ridden in over 25 Nations’ Cup competitions and in 1993 was the first woman to win the Canadian World Cup League, a feat she repeated in 1999. With her retired partner, Monopoly, Beth earned more than $1 million in the show ring. Beth has claimed the Canadian Show Jumping Championship title on three occasions – in 1994 and 1996 with Monopoly and in 1999 with Altair. With Monopoly, Beth won double silver medals at the 1991 Pan American Games in Cuba. They represented Canada at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona and were placed 14th individually at the 1995 World Equestrian Games. Recently she was second in the highly competitive Big Ben Challenge, as well as the Canadian Championships at the Royal Winter Fair!

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