[RC] IntNewsGroup: VOTE FOR EQUESTRIAN OF THE YEAR - Lori & Rick Stewart
VOTE FOR EQUESTRIAN OF THE YEAR
USA Equestrian members are invited to participate in the selection of the
2002 USA Equestrian of the Year. All 2002 and 2003 members, visit
http://www.equestrian.org/equestrianoftheyear/2002/index.asp and cast your
ballot for one of the eight Equestrians of Honor who are the finalists for
this distinguished award. The voting will close Wednesday, January 8.
David O'Connor (Eventing) and Peter Wylde (Jumping) will be representing the
Olympic disciplines as co-winners of the William C. Steinkraus Trophy; in
the international non-Olympic disciplines vying for the Becky Grand Hart
Trophy, Fred Merriam (Driving) is the winner; the Bill Robinson Trophy,
awarded to an equestrian competing in harness or driving in
non-international competition, is awarded to Mary Gaylord McClean
(Saddlebred/Hackney/Roadster); the Emerson Burr Trophy for outstanding
annual achievement in hunter classes, in any breed, over fences goes to
Peter Pletcher Hunter); Robin Ratliff (Paso Fino) is the recipient of the
C.J. "June" Cronan, Jr. Trophy awarded in performance or pleasure under
saddle; the Barbara Worth Oakford Trophy for outstanding annual achievement
in non-reining Western competition goes to Eitan Beth-Halachamy (Morgan);
and the Norman K. Dunn Trophy, a new award for 2002, awarded to those
competing in-hand or at halter, goes to Kenneth Wheeler (Hunter Breeding).
The 2002 USA Equestrian of the Year will be announced Friday, January 17, at
the Pegasus Dinner held during the USA Equestrian Annual Meeting at the
Marriott Griffin Gate in Lexington, KY.
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