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HAYGAIN Hay Steamers is proud to sponsor Doug Payne. He is well known as the competitor, judge and trainer to turn to whether you are training your horse for competition or trying to remedy a complicated behavioral problem. He has been profiled in and contributed to Practical Horseman, US Eventing and New Jersey Countryside as well as a number of other regional and national publications and media. Along with Jim Wofford, Doug produced the acclaimed 'the Rider's Eye' instructional DVD.

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HAYGAIN Hay Steamers is proud to sponsor Doug Payne. He is well known as the competitor, judge and trainer to turn to whether you are training your horse for competition or trying to remedy a complicated behavioral problem. He has been profiled in and contributed to Practical Horseman, US Eventing and New Jersey Countryside as well as a number of other regional and national publications and media. Along with Jim Wofford, Doug produced the acclaimed ‘the Rider’s Eye’ instructional DVD.

Officially Doug is an USEF ‘r’ Judge and Technical Delegate. He is also USEA certified ICP level III instructor. Doug holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, and is also a graduate ‘A’ pony clubber from Somerset Hills Pony Club.  Doug might be best known in the discipline of Eventing. Doug’s winning ways have their beginnings with a Silver Medal effort in the North American Young Rider Championships (2000). Doug has won countless national and international competitions from Beginner Novice through Advanced. In 2009, he had 96 starts with 15 wins and 58 top 5’s and 79 top 10 placings on 20 different horses. Career highlights include: a win at the 2005 American Eventing Championships, the last ‘long format’ CCI* at the Virginia Horse Trials in 2009, A second place at both the Fair Hill (2009) and Jersey Fresh (2010) CCI**’s.

In Dressage he has had international success through FEI Intermediaire I. Doug was 5th at the Bengt Lindquist Memorial Championships at Prix St. George (2007). He has been a multiple regional year-end award winner at the FEI levels.

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Doug is currently based out of Misty Hollow Farm in Oldwick, NJ. He continues his work with DP Equestrian and competes year-round, working toward his ultimate goal of competing in the 2012 Olympic games. HAYGAIN is proud to support Doug and his horses on their journey to the top and would like to wish him the best of luck for 2010!

HAYGAIN is the revolutionary steaming system that transforms hay into dust-free forage, giving horses a healthier respiratory system and maximizing their performance. Only HAYGAIN ensures steaming the hay to temperatures in excess of 212 degrees Fahrenheit to kill all harmful fungal spores, mites and other organisms, effectively sterilizing while maintaining the hay’s nutritional value.

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