Meet Our Brand Ambassador Nicole Walker

We are thrilled to welcome Nicole Walker to the AtelierCG family! We could not be happier to have such an inspiring and talented women as our new Brand Ambassador. 

Nicole Walker - Brand Ambassador - AtelierCG™

Nicole Walker  

The Stronach Group, Vice President

 

Equestrian, Board Member: Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA). 

 

Nicole Walker is Vice President at The Stronach Group, a world-class entertainment and real estate development company with Thoroughbred horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering at the core. At The Stronach Group she works closely with her mother, Belinda Stronach, on engaging the next generation of fans in the sport of Thoroughbred racing by helping to shape many areas of the business including the marquee racing events such as the Pegasus World Cup Invitational and the Preakness Stakes. Nicole is an integral part of the Thoroughbred retirement and aftercare programs at Adena Springs. 

 

A 2014 Wilfrid Laurier University graduate of Environmental Studies and Business Management, Nicole is an accomplished up and coming equestrian on the international show jumping circuit. She has had international sanctioned victories across Canada, America and Europe. Currently, Nicole is a member of the Canadian Show Jumping team and reigning Canadian Show Jumping Championship at the prestigious Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. Nicole has competed for the Canadian Junior Nation’s Cup Team, won the 2017 Penn National Grand Prix 3* in Harrisburg, PA and the 2017 U25 Canadian National Champion. 

 Nicole Walker - Brand Ambassador - AtelierCG™

Outside of the competition ring, Nicole assists with the management of the Adena Springs Thoroughbred Retirement program located at her home base in Aurora, Ontario and serves on the board of the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Both endeavours help to retrain and rehome Thoroughbred racehorses once they have retired from their on-track racing careers. 

 

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