Kent Farrington’s World
Kent Philip Farrington is not particularly happy unless he’s learning, improving, or making a profit from his industry. He came incredibly close to being world number one in 2016, but achieving that designation is not his raison d’etre. He doesn’t worry about the destination as much as the judicious process of getting there. He reckons “it will happen by itself without me doing anything different to what I’m already doing.” Kent has come some way from his days of catch-riding to winning the North American Young Rider champs as a teen. A year ago this December, just before his 35th birthday, he became the first American in the 14 years of the Rolex International Jumping Riders Club Top Ten Final in Geneva to win it. Recently, the native Chicagoan was best of the US silver medal-winning team in Rio, narrowly missing out on an individual medal in his Olympic debut.…
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