Friday, May. 24, 2024

Jumpers With Katie Monahan Prudent

Katie Monahan Prudent earned the AGA Rider of the Year title three times and won team gold at the 1986 World Show Jumping Championship. She also rode in the 1980 alternate Olympic Games and finished second in the 1979 FEI World Cup Finals. In 1987 the U.S. Equestrian Team honored Prudent with the Whitney Stone Cup for her distinguished record in international competition coupled with serving as as outstanding ambassador for the USET. She and her husband Henri Prudent and their son Adam split their time between Nancy, France, and Middleburg, Va., where they run Plain Bay Farm.

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Katie Monahan Prudent earned the AGA Rider of the Year title three times and won team gold at the 1986 World Show Jumping Championship. She also rode in the 1980 alternate Olympic Games and finished second in the 1979 FEI World Cup Finals. In 1987 the U.S. Equestrian Team honored Prudent with the Whitney Stone Cup for her distinguished record in international competition coupled with serving as as outstanding ambassador for the USET. She and her husband Henri Prudent and their son Adam split their time between Nancy, France, and Middleburg, Va., where they run Plain Bay Farm.

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