WEG: Heather Reynolds -- U.S. Endurance

2002 World Equestrian Games team member bio: Heather Reynolds, U.S. Endurance Team
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2002 World Equestrian Games team member bio: Heather Reynolds, U.S. Endurance Team

Horse: Crystals Charm, 10 year-old, chestnut, gelding
Owner: Skip Lightfoot

Home: San Jose, CA
Born: August 4, 1977

Heather Reynolds has only been riding in endurance events for 14 years and is already considered to be one of the top riders in the sport. In 1999, Heather made a name for herself by winning the prestigious Tevis Haggin Cup in California. Last year Heather and Crystals Charm (Red) had a banner year winning the Swanton Pacific FEI 100 and the Washoe Valley FEI 100 and was awarded the coveted Best Condition award at both events. Also in 2001 Heather was the Individual Gold medal winner in the Pan American Endurance Championships and again the recipient of the Best Condition award.

This year, Heather and Red received the off continent horse award in the President's Cup in Abu Dhabi, UAE and won the Ft. Howes FEI 100 IAHA National Championship along with the Best Condition award.

Career Highlights

2002
1st — Ft. Howes, FEI 100 IAHA National Championship (Crystals Charm)
1st — Off continent horse, Presidents Cup, Abu Dhabi, UAE (Crystals Charm)
2001 — Individual Gold Medal, Pan American Championships, South Woodstock, VT (Crystals Charm)

2000
1st — Swanton Pacific FEI 100, (Crystals Charm)
1st — Washoe Valley FEI 100, Carson City, NV (Crystals Charm)

1999
1st — Tevis Haggin Cup (Crystals Charm)

Last update: 7/02