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    Default Clayton Fredericks in the US

    Chronicle Story here:
    http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/...h-florida-base

    Interesting to say the least.

    Thoughts?
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    That should liven up the area. The more the merrier.



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    very exciting i say, more eventers the merrier
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    So let's see . . . He's an Australian commuting between his two farms in Great Britain and the US.

    All he needs now is a P.O. Box in New Zealand
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    Cotton would fight.
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    Unless things have changed, he's also the rider representative on the FEI Eventing Committee.

    And he was very much in favor of dropping the dressage coefficient a couple of years ago.
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    Do you think there is interest in trying to become a US rider also?



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    I doubt Clayton will become an American citizen. His wife is British born and became an Australian citizen for him, so I would highly doubt any change. He has VERY good results for the Aussies. I do think this will bring a good change in Ocala, God knows, it's needed. Hopefully he will bring a new edge to America. He's lived in the UK for years, and hopefully that will help him, as over there, horses are a way of life, not a hobby.
    I admire him for wanting to keep his family together, and I presume, he'll be flying back to Britain a good bit.



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