Bill Ulmer is one of the Pacific Northwest's most respected and diverse professionals. On a horse he broke himself, the Hannoverian/TB cross Touchdown, his career as an eventer took him from a North American Young Riders Championships team bronze medal in 1976, to finishing as the highest-placed Canadian at Burghley, GBR, in 1979, to two national championships and being short-listed for the 1984 Canadian Olympic Team. After almost a decade at the top of the sport, Bill chose to sell his equine partner and take a hiatus from competition to focus on his education. With an undergraduate degree in education from Simon Fraser University and a masters in administration and curriculum from Gonzaga University, he worked with children with severe emotional and behavioural problems, as well as mainstream teaching. He then decided to again pursue a career with horses, this time as a hunter/jumper rider and coach. "At the time…
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