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Leslie Burr-Howard

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Leslie riding Gentille Van Spieveld at the American Gold Cup 2015
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Leslie riding Gentille Van Spieveld at the American Gold Cup 2015
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Leslie riding Gentille Van Spieveld at the American Gold Cup 2015
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At age 14 Leslie Burr-Howard began training with George Morris in nearby Pittstown, New Jersey. As a junior rider, just 15 years old, she won the 1972 ASPCA Maclay Finals at Madison Square Garden, laying the groundwork for success as an adult rider. She won AGA Horse of the Year awards in 1983 with Albany and in 1984 was named AGA Rider of the Year, a golden year indeed for she and Albany competed on the USET squad at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles, and captured the Gold medal.

In 1996, Leslie again represented the United States at the Olympic Games, riding Jane Clarks Extreme. The U.S. took the team Silver Medal in Atlanta. By 1997 Leslie had been honored by USET with the Whitney Stone Cup, and won the world’s richest Grand Prix event, the du Maurier Ltd. International at Spruce Meadows in Calgary riding S’Blieft. She represented the USET and won the first Samsung Nations Cup Series that year.

Her accomplishments have continued to place her high in the national standings, earning the Team Silver Medal at the Pan American Games in 1999, riding Jane Clarks Cloverleaf. Leading the USA East Coast FEI World Cup League in 2000, and winning the Queen Elizabeth II Cup in Calgary aboard Judy Garafalo’s Priobert de Kalvarie. She competed internationally and won several prestigious Grand Prix events in Europe including World Cup qualifiers in Amsterdam and S'Hertogenbosch.

Some Career Highlights:

  • 2nd Kilkenny/ICH Internationale/Jeans Glove De Vernel
  • 1st Spruce Meadows North American/Lady in Red 4
  • 1st WEF Challenge Cup Classic Youp
  • 1st GP of Palm Beach/Youp
  • 1st Spruce Meadows Chrysler Classic/Youp
  • Olympic Medal Winner
  • And many more!

To read more about Leslie Burr-Howard please visit http://www.leslieburrhoward.com/

 

 

 

 

“Leslie Career.” Burr Associates. Web. 7 June 2012. <http://www.burrassociates.com/>.