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SafeSport Center Announces Permanent Ban For Hunter/Jumper Professional Mitchell Steege

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Hunter/jumper professional Mitchell Steege has been listed as permanently ineligible by the U.S. Center For SafeSport for sexual misconduct with a minor. Steege was placed on temporary suspension in July of this year, and the Center for SafeSport announced the final decision on Monday, Nov. 12.

Steege is a professional trainer and rider. He and his wife, Kathy, have run the Red Acre Farm show stable in Stow, Massachusetts, for more than two decades. Their daughter Amanda Steege is a top hunter professional based in Califon, New Jersey.

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Mitchell will now be banned from coaching, competing, attending or officiating at any U.S. Equestrian Federation-recognized events. He could not be reached for comment.

To view a full list of individuals with SafeSport violations, click here.

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