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November 9, 2012

Joanie Morris Becomes New USEF Managing Director Of Eventing

On Nov. 1, Joanie Morris became the new U.S. Equestrian Federation Managing Director of Eventing. She’ll work closely with new U.S. eventing Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor to oversee the U.S. eventing programs and support the athletes. The position was previously held by Sara Ike, who is no longer working for USEF.

“I’m really excited about it, and I hope I can be part of some positive changes that David and the eventing committees are already working on,” said Morris. “It’s a big job, and it will be as big as I want to make it in a lot of ways. I have a lot to learn.”

October 21, 2012

Burnett Wins Wire To Wire At Fair Hill

Oct. 21—Elkton, Md.

Hannah Burnett has been hard at work improving Harbour Pilot’s show jumping, and that practice paid off when she jumped a clear round to win the Dansko Fair Hill International CCI*** on her dressage score (43.0).

She came into show jumping with a rail in hand over Marilyn Little, and Little lowered the black-and-white vertical at fence 4 with RF Smoke On The Water.

But Burnett didn’t need the breathing room.

October 21, 2012

Husain Brings Home Blue In Dansko Fair Hill International Two-Star

Oct. 21—Elkton, Md.

Few riders ever win two two-stars in a single year. To do it at 19 years old with only one upper-level horse is nothing short of a miracle. Connor Husain came to the Dansko Fair Hill International looking for experience and a solid end to his season. The 19-year-old finished better than he ever dared dream, winning the two-star by adding no jumping penalties throughout the weekend with Piece Of Hope.

October 21, 2012

Top Horses Held But Passed At Fair Hill Final Horse Inspection

Only 22 horses presented in the three-star jog at the Dansko Fair Hill International, and Marilyn Little, currently standing in second with RF Smoke On The Water, endured some tense moments when the 7-year-old gelding was held. However, he passed upon re-inspection.

Jan Byyny’s Inmidair and Jennie Brannigan’s No Objection were also held in the three-star, and both were accepted when re-inspected. Heather Gillette chose not to present Our Questionnaire.

October 20, 2012

Burnett Maintains Top Spot In Dansko Fair Hill International Three-Star

Oct. 20—Elkton, Md.

Hannah Burnett has never made time at advanced with Harbour Pilot. So she was shocked to discover she’d finished fastest in the three-star division at the Dansko Fair Hill International, coming in 18 seconds under the optimum time of 10:00 minutes.

October 19, 2012

Burnett Dominates Dansko Fair Hill International Three-Star

Oct. 19—Elkton, Md.

Hannah Burnett is a familiar face in the press conference at the Dansko Fair Hill International, as she won the two-star and the three-star here in 2009 and 2010 respectively with St. Barths.

But today was the first time she’d led after dressage, topping the three-star with Harbour Pilot (43.0) ahead of Marilyn Little on RF Smoke On The Water (44.8) and Heather Gillette on Our Questionnaire (48.6).

August 31, 2012

Chrystine Tauber Elected USEF President

On Aug. 31, the U.S. Equestrian Federation announced the new president of the USEF: Chrystine Tauber.

When the Board of Directors assembled in Lexington, Ky., on Aug. 27 for the mid-year meeting, the election of a new president was at the top of the agenda. David O'Connor has served as the USEF president since 2004.

August 9, 2012

Dujardin Doubles Her Gold Medal Haul In Olympic Dressage Freestyle

August 9 — London.

Before this Olympic Games in London, Great Britain had never won a medal in dressage of any color. Now that nation can count not only team gold but also individual thanks to a stupendous performance from Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro in the freestyle today.

August 8, 2012

Canada Releases New Statement On Foster’s Disqualification

On Aug. 7, Eric Lamaze caused an uproar by telling Equine Canada President Michael Gallagher that he wouldn’t compete on any more Canadian show jumping teams until Equine Canada revised their statement regarding the disqualification of Victor, Tiffany Foster’s mount for the Olympic Games.

August 8, 2012

Guerdat Goes Golden In Olympic Show Jumping

August 8 — London.

Thirty-seven riders began the first round of the Olympic individual show jumping competition with clean slates. Once they qualified, it didn’t matter how their horses had gone previously.

And Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat took full advantage of that fresh start with Nino des Buissonnets. He was the only rider to go clean and within the time over both of Bob Ellis’ enormous tracks, earning him Switzerland’s first gold medal in equestrian in 88 years.

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