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Background Information

Employment History

Discipline Manager

Dressage and Para-Equestrian

Competition Manager

United States Dressage Federation

Region 6 Director

United States Dressage Federation


Brandywine Farm


Brandywine Farm

Discipline Manager

Para Equestrian


World Equestrian Games

Discipline Manager



United States Equestrian Federation Inc


Lamplight Equestrian Center


United States Dressage Federation

Pan American Games

Technical Delegate
United States Equestrian Federation Inc

North American Young Rider Competitions


master's degree

economics and undergraduate work

Hamel , MN.

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Lloyd Landkamer 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Discipline Manager for both Para-Dressage and Dressage
The management of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games has announced that Lloyd Landkamer will be the Discipline Manager for both Para-Dressage and Dressage.
The organizing committee of the Alltech FEI* 2010 World Equestrian Games - World Games 2010 Foundation, Inc. - has named Lloyd Landkamer, of Hamel, MN, as the Discipline Manager of Dressage and Para-Equestrian. Landkamer has replaced Glenda McElroy who was originally listed as discipline manager for Dressage.
Landkamer who owns, manages Dressage at Lamplight, the Dressage at the Florida Horse Park, as well as multiple competitions across the Midwest will bring with him his experienced staff known to many competitors in the Midwest.
Mr. Landkamer becomes one of eights managers responsible for planning, managing and directing the World Championship competitions in eight equestrian sports, communicating with the High Performance community and related organizations, and overseeing development and administration of the discipline's budget.
"We are thrilled to have Lloyd Landkamer bring his knowledge and experience in Para-Equestrian events to help us achieve that success."
"It is an honor to join the competition efforts for both the Dressage and Para-Equestrian Discipline Manager," said Mr. Landkamer. "With my experience from other equestrian events around the U.S., I plan to help the Foundation put on a world-class event."
Mr. Landkamer holds a master's degree in economics and undergraduate work in animal nutrition. He is owner and operator of Brandywine Farm, a dressage equestrian facility in Hamel, MN. He has won United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Horse of the Year awards at various levels and actively breeds quality sport horses that have won Year End Awards with national ranking within the USDF. Mr. Landkamer has extensive involvement with all levels of management of equestrian events around the United States, serving as management and secretary. In addition, he has served as secretary at many prestigious events such as the Pan American Games and the North American Young Rider Championships as well as management and secretary for CDI competitions.
He holds a license with the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) as a C1 and C2 Steward, "R" rated Technical Delegate. He is also an FEI Chief Steward with international experience, most recently the Central American Games. Within the USA, Lloyd has officiated at Devon, Wellington CDI-W and many regional championships around the country.
Mr. Landkamer has served as panelist for the USEF Dressage Technical Delegates' Forum many times and as panelist for the USEF Show Secretary forum. He serves on several committees with the USDF and has been the USDF committee chair for education.

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Request for Donations Instead of Flowers for Lloyd Landkamer Go to American Cancer Society

Front Page News
Lloyd Landkamer, show manager of the Global Dressage Festival who was dressage manager at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky,. © Ken Braddick/
Lloyd Landkamer, show manager of the Global Dressage Festival who was dressage manager at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky surrounded by friends and colleagues at an awards ceremony in Wellington, Florida,. © Ken Braddick/
HAMEL, Minnesota, Sept. 27, 2015-Funeral arrangements are not yet available for Lloyd Landkamer who died Friday and life partner Bill Solynties has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations in Lloyd's memory be made to the American Cancer Society.
Lloyd and Bill Solynties, partners for 32 years, married when it became legal in Minnesota.
Lloyd is also survived by two younger brothers and a sister who still live in Kansas.
A biography provided by Bill:
Lloyd was born in Lawrence, Kansas the son of Dale J. and Lorna Nolte Landkamer, both now deceased.
Lloyd received college degrees in Animal Husbandry, Computer Science and Economics and worked for a time for Sperry in Minneapolis in the computer science field, receiving frequent promotions, before he realized his true calling was with horses.
Lloyd and William (Bill) Solynties met 32 years ago, when Lloyd was 28 years of age, in Mankato, Minnesota where they established their company, Solland, Inc. Lloyd and William (Bill) Solynties met 32 years ago, when Lloyd was 28 years of age, in Mankato, Minnesota where they established their company, Solland, Inc.
Early in their partnership, Lloyd and Bill had the opportunity to purchase two stallions, Renaissance and Fascination from Bernie Traurig.
Lloyd selected top mares and produced very successful dressage horses. In recent years, he had a great eye for world-class stallions, and raising young horses remained one of his favorite interests.
Lloyd showed in dressage for several years, earning national awards and his U.S. Dressage Federation bronze Medal before he became primarily interested in show management. He purchased failing shows and worked hard to make them succeed. He started managing dressage competitions at Lamplight Equestrian Center in Wayne, Illinois more than 20 years ago, often driving all night to and from the show to minimize expenses. He was meticulous from the beginning about following USEF rules and serving the needs of his competitors.
Through the years, his role in the sport expanded. He served as a manager, secretary, technical delegate, FEI steward, mentor and educator to many in the sport. While he is best known as manager of the dressage and para-equestrian competitions at the World Equestrian Games in 2010, NAJYRC, USEF Festival of Champions, USEF Young Horse Championships, and dressage competitions in Wellington, Florida-most recently the Global Dressage Festival, Lloyd has provided management and secretarial services to scores of other competitions through the years. With a particular interest in youth programs, he underwrote the cost of regional youth competitions and provided anonymous donations to youth programs for years.
In addition, Lloyd was the consummate volunteer. He served on the USDF Executive Board, USEF Dressage Committees, USEF Para Technical Committee and numerous other USEF and USDF committees. He was named USDF Volunteer of the Year in 2002. As a USEF and FEI official, he has served as a USEF Steward, USEF Technical Delegate and FEI Chief Dressage Steward. He was most recently named to the stewarding team for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
According to Bill, Lloyd was a total workaholic.
Kristi added, "Lloyd took me under his wing many years ago early in my judging career. He was there for me in good times, bad times and tragic times. My friend, my teacher, my mentor, my brother and now my guardian angel-I will miss him beyond words!"
In addition to horses and shows, Lloyd was an avid reader. He was an accomplished cook and gardener, often sharing favorite recipes and flower bulbs with his friends. He also loved dogs, not just his own but every dog at his shows. He kept his show office well-supplied with dog treats and the dogs and their owners loved him.
Lloyd considered his friends and colleagues in dressage as his "family. He valued loyalty and dependability and would support his friends financially and emotionally when they were in need. He provided for education, show supplies, and sometimes living expenses if a friend was in need. He created awards and funding, often anonymously, to honor his friends and those in need. He was a leader in the sport and an inspiration to us all.
Longtime colleague and friend Lisa Gorretta reminisced, "Lloyd was always concerned about improving the quality of dressage in the U.S.

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Popular show manager Lloyd Landkamer passed away Sept. 25 after a battle with cancer. Photo by Susan J. Stickle Photography. Print Print

Lloyd Landkamer passed away Sept. 25 after a long battle with cancer. He was 60.
Landkamer began his career in dressage as a rider, and he started managing shows in the 1980s. In addition to being a U.S. Equestrian Federation "R" technical delegate and FEI Level 3 steward, he was discipline manager of dressage and para-dressage at the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (Ky.), competition manager of the U.S. Dressage Finals (Ky.) and competition manager of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival (Fla.), in addition to running
"Lloyd was instrumental in many events across the country and was a critical member of our team at the Global Dressage Festival. We will all miss his energy and enthusiasm for the sport he loved so well."
Bellissimo plans to name the first CDI of 2016 at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in honor of Landkamer, and there will be a moment of silence honoring him during the Rolex Central Park Horse Show.

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