Great horses of the United States Equestrian Team
Information about the breeding, training, and careers of twenty-two horses of the United States Equestrian Team. Includes comments by owners and others with first hand knowledge of the horses.
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BALLY COR Tad Coffin 9 13 MARCUS AURELIUS Mary Anne Tauskey
BETTER AND BETTER Mike Plumb 13 14 NAUTICAL Hugh Wiley
BOLD MINSTREL Bill Haggard 17 15 RATH PATRICK Trish Galvin
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16.1 hands high Bally Cor Bay gelding Better and Better Bill Steinkraus Bold Minstrel bred Bromont Brown gelding Bruce Davidson Califomia career Chestnut gelding classes competed conﬁdent course cross-country performance dressage phase Dublin eamed equestrian disciplines Equestrian Team Europe fall circuit farm fences ﬁnal ﬁnally ﬁnishing ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂying Foster Frank Chapot Galvin Games gold medal Grand Prix dressage Grasshopper Horse Show horse trials Idle Dice Iersey individual gold medal intemational competition Irish Cap jumping Kadett Ksar Madison Square Garden major competitions Marcus mare Mark Phillips Mexico Mixture Montreal Munich Nations Cup victories Nautical oayo Olympic Games Olympic mount Olympic squad Pan American Games piaffe puissance racing Rath Patrick retired retumed ridden rider riding San Lucas Sandsablaze Sao Paulo shared the team show-jumping Sinjon Sloopy Snowbound team gold team silver team’s temperament Thoroughbred three-day event Tokyo Olympics Tomboy tumed United States Equestrian United States team USET USET’s World Championship