Olympic veteran, renowned clinician and course designer Buddy Brown is a living legend in the industry. He was fortunate to study under great horseman such as: Bertalen DeNemethy, Hunter Hall of Fame inductee, Robert Freels and the cornerstone of the American Jumping System, George Morris. At 18 years of age, Buddy became the youngest rider to win the Grand Prix of Dublin. He went on to compete for the U.S. in the 1976 Olympics. His riding career includes team and individual Pan Am medals, a win in the prestigious American Invitational and being the only three-time winner of the American Show Jumping Derby.
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