Eric Lamaze, the anchor of Canada’s show jumping team and reigning Olympic individual gold medalist, has vowed not to compete on any teams until his national federation steps up its public support of rider Tiffany Foster.
Jonathan Holling doesn’t exactly look back and remember the small injury that kept Downtown Harrison out of the 2011 Pan American Games (Mexico) with fondness. But after winning the Volvo Bromont CCI*** today with the 8-year-old Thoroughbred/Trakehner cross gelding owned by his mother, Constance Holling, he could definitely see the silver lining in the six weeks his horse had to take off last fall.
Eventer Amy Tryon passed away in her sleep today, April 12, at the age of 42. Details on a cause of death have not yet been announced.
Throughout the past decade, Tryon, of Duvall, Wash., was a frequent contender at the four-star level and rode on multiple U.S. squads for international championships. In her first senior championship outing, in 1999, she placed fourth individually at the Pan American Games in Winnipeg.