Hermès Canada wraps up a successful event at the Masters CSIO5 international show jumping competition at Spruce Meadows.

The French luxury brand galloped into Calgary’s Spruce Meadows tournament supporting Canadian rider Ben Asselin!  The 20 year old rider is a member of the Southern family, who founded Spruce Meadows.  Asselin has enjoyed great success so far in his career, winning FEI championship medals at junior and young rider levels and as a member of the Canadian Show Jumping Team.

Asselin competed in the Spruce Meadows Masters tournament with his top horse, Makavoy. Hermès Canada is thrilled to be partnered with such a talented young rider, who is sure to be a rising star in his field.

Hermès continues to draw on its expertise in the world of equestrian sport and leisure, with which it has been associated since the first Hermès harness and saddle workshop opened in 1837, and confirms its ambition to promote and develop equestrian sports in Canada and internationally.




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