Career Highlights and Awards

Thursday, February 5, 2009

2006 Award: Sweet Briar College Sports Hall of Fame
2004 Award: USPC Legend
2002 Award: EquineAffaire - Exceptional Equine Educator
2002 Award: ARIA Master Instructor
2000 Elected to Alumni Academy of Achievement at the USPC National Youth Congress
1999 Started Northeast Jr/YR Dressage Championships, now known as the Youth Dressage Festival
1991 Represented US in World Cup in Paris on Later On
1989 Award: Governor's Award from Maine Sports Hall of Fame
1988 US Olympic Team on Later On
1980 US Olympic Team on Beppo
1978 Aachen and World Championships on Beppo
1977 Started to compete on Seldom Seen, my first infamous Dressage "pony", who shaped so much of my career
1977 Started to train with Michael Poulin, my first and only dressage teacher
1976 First National Dressage Championship on TB mare Crown Juel
1969 Invited to train with US Three Day Team with Jack LeGoff
1968 Won Canadian National PC Rally as A
1959 Won first State Championship ( Maine ) in Hunt Seat Equitation

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