Chasing the Elusive Clear Round – Danny Foster
After a successful career in the irons as an international rider (he won an individual gold medal and led his team to silver at the 1991 Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba), Danny Foster served as chef d’équipe for the Canadian Show Jumping Team at the 2002 World Equestrian Games and 2003 Pan Am Games. He’s also a certified level III coach, but Foster’s current passion is for course designing. He holds “I” status with the FEI and designs courses at many top North American horse shows when he’s not home at Heritage Farms near Milton, ON, a training and sales facility that he owns and operates with Heather Boyko. He says show jumping courses have changed dramatically since his days on the team, as have the riders and the type of horses in the sport. Here are his thoughts on the current trends in show jumping courses and tips…
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