From a very young age Meghan was always willing to put in the hours to develop both her riding and horsemanship skills.
When she was five years old, she was gifted a feisty paint pony named “Over the Rainbow” for her birthday. It was Rainbow who ignited the competitive fire that is still burning fierce today. A small pony with a fantastic jump albeit a bit of an attitude, Meghan gained invaluable experience bringing her along through the ranks. By the time Meghan was a young teenager, her path was clear, and she spent most waking hours riding anything she could get her hands on.
She then added to that experience by spending a year as a rider for Will Coleman Equestrian. During this time Will guided her to her first CCI4**** at the 2013 Rolex Kentucky three day event and first European three day at The Fidelty Blenheim Palace CCI*** in England. With top 12 finishes at both of these major competitions, she’s landed her name on the International training list for 2014. Her dream of representing the United States at a major championship will require a unique path of continuing education and acquiring and training horses to the top levels.
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