James Atkinson and Peter Gray: Rewarding hard work with opportunity
Emigrating to Canada in 1990 at the age of 13, he progressed through the Young Rider ranks, winning a team silver medal at the '95 NAYRC. He has since gone on to compete with great success internationally for over a decade. Atkinson has represented Canada twice: in 2001 at Rolex, KY, where he was awarded the Bank One Trophy for having the highest-placed owner-ridden horse, and the following year at the World Equestrian Games. Both achievements were aboard his longterm partner, the Canadian-bred Revisionist. He is also an “R” rated course designer whose skills have been in demand across North America for the last nine years. James and his wife, Taren, operate Limerick Equestrian in southern California. Catering to riders of all levels and abilities, the duo offer a working student program that rewards those not opposed to hard work with opportunities to advance up the ranks. Atkinson is a…
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