The Long Road Ahead – George Morris on the state of the hunter/jumper industry.
The storied Wellington, FL-based horseman is not shy about expressing his opinions. As the USEF Show Jumping Team's outgoing chef d'équipe — Morris, 75, handed the reins over to Californian Robert Ridland this year — a sizeable share of those opinions centre on the crumbling standards of North American show jumping. Horse Sport sat down with Morris during his clinic at Iron Horse Farm in Burlington, ON, last fall. He’s says the sport faces a long road to recovery … and it’s time we started down it. Horse Sport sat down with Morris during his clinic at Iron Horse Farm in Burlington, ON, last fall. He’s says the sport faces a long road to recovery … and it’s time we started down it. HS: What steps are needed to rebuild show jumping on this continent given the recent European dominance? GM: Our problem in North America is we haven’t kept…
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