Welcome back to Plaid.0, a special from The Plaidcast, where we discuss topics going on in the heart of our sport. On today’s episode, we are discussing the production of young horses in Europe vs. the United States.
GUESTS AND LINKS EPISODE 6
- Host: Piper Klemm, Publisher of The Plaid Horse
- Guest: Margie Engle is one of the most accomplished riders in U.S. history. She competed in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, won the team Silver Medal at the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Aachen, and is a three-time Pan American Games medalist, with team Gold and individual Bronze Medals in 2003 and team Silver in 1999. She has ridden in almost 20 World Cup Finals and on numerous Nations Cup squads and has won over 200 Grand Prix including many of the nation’s and the world’s most prestigious events. Margie was inducted into the Show Jumping Hall of Fame in 2020.
- Guest: Geoff Case is a rider, trainer and large “R” judge. As a rider, Geoff has represented the United States in International competitions. As a trainer, Geoff has had many students become Year End Hunter Champions, USET Finals Champions and many ribbons at Medal and Maclay Finals. Geoff is also a Large “R” judge that has officiated at most major horse shows including The National Horse Show, the Winter Equestrian Festival, the West Coast Junior Hunter Finals and The Hampton Classic Horse Show.
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