In 15 years, Susan Horn has worked her way from the short stirrup classes to the grand prix ring. Last year, she won both the $10,000 Modified Grand Prix at Angelstone and the eastern division Talent Squad regionals, which shot her and the little mare Zahara S to the top of the 2012 Talent Squad standings. The pair also finished second at the Canadian Championships at the Royal Winter Fair, were second in their first grand prix, and finished top-12 in the $50,000 Angelstone Grand Prix, their first FEI class. Susan, 29, began riding at the age of seven when her mother signed her up for two weeks of summer riding camp at the YMCA. “My mum had ridden as a child in Scotland and thought I might enjoy the experience,” she remembers. “They now laugh that it turned out to be the most expensive camp ever! By the end…
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