Pan American Games Showjumping

US Names Eventing Squad for 2007 Pan American Games

On June 11 The USEF Executive Committee has announced the following combinations to represent the United States at the 2007 Pan American Games in Eventing.  The 2007 games are being held in Rio de Janerio from July 13-29.

Mara Dean and Nicki Henley (Irish Sports Horse)
Stephen Bradley and From (Russian Sports Horse)
Phillip Dutton and Connaught (Irish Sports Horse)
Gina Miles and McKinlaigh (Irish Sports Horse)
Bonnie Mosser and Merloch (New Zealand Thoroughbred)
Karen O’Connor and Theodore O’Connor (Thoroughbred Cross)

Before the First Horse Inspection, four of these combinations will be named as the squad and the other two will represent the USA as individuals.
The following combinations have been named as alternates:
Kristin Bachman and Gryffindor (Thoroughbred)
Darren Chiacchia and Better I Do It (Swedish Warmblood)
Phillip Dutton and Truluck (Thoroughbred)
Will Faudree and Antigua (Australian Thoroughbred)
Bonnie Mosser and Close The Deal (Dutch Warmblood/Thoroughbred Cross)
Karen O’Connor and Allstar (Thoroughbred)

The six horses will be transported to Brazil and will leave from Miami, Florida on July 11.
On June 11 The USEF Executive Committee has announced the following combinations to represent the United States at the 2007 Pan American Games in Eventing.  The 2007 games are being held in Rio de Janerio from July 13-29.

Mara Dean and Nicki Henley (Irish Sports Horse)
Stephen Bradley and From (Russian Sports Horse)
Phillip Dutton and Connaught (Irish Sports Horse)
Gina Miles and McKinlaigh (Irish Sports Horse)
Bonnie Mosser and Merloch (New Zealand Thoroughbred)
Karen O’Connor and Theodore O’Connor (Thoroughbred Cross)

Before the First Horse Inspection, four of these combinations will be named as the squad and the other two will represent the USA as individuals.
The following combinations have been named as alternates:
Kristin Bachman and Gryffindor (Thoroughbred)
Darren Chiacchia and Better I Do It (Swedish Warmblood)
Phillip Dutton and Truluck (Thoroughbred)
Will Faudree and Antigua (Australian Thoroughbred)
Bonnie Mosser and Close The Deal (Dutch Warmblood/Thoroughbred Cross)
Karen O’Connor and Allstar (Thoroughbred)

The six horses will be transported to Brazil and will leave from Miami, Florida on July 11.

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