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Margaret Korda

Member of the Safety Committee

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Member of the Safety Committee
United States Eventing Association Inc

Founder
North American Riding

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2003 Convention

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A spirited and adventurous rider as a young girl in England, Margaret Korda describes herself as a "holy terror."With no formal riding education, she had joy and desire combined with natural talent and was a fearless, happy kid on horseback.

After a modeling career, Margaret rekindled her love of riding.She met her husband Michael, who was also on horseback, while hacking in Central Park.They moved to a farm near Millbrook, New York.
A lovely horse named Missouri gave Margaret her first taste of competition at horse shows, hunter trials and hunter paces.While enjoying the thrill of running and jumping cross-country, Margaret discovered the challenges of eventing.With her trademark determination, she embraced all aspects of the sport, including the part that interested her least--the dressage.Thus, the flatwork was tackled and strengthened.She was hooked and her success with Missouri spread throughout the northeast.
Her next star came in the form of an Appaloosa mare named Nebraska.Margaret was nearly unbeatable on this horse and was named Master Novice Rider Champion nationally a remarkable four years in a row, from 1996 to 1999.She continues her dominance with her new mount, the Irish-bred Dundee, earning several wins this year.
It comes as no surprise that Margaret gives back to the sport she loves, including generous sponsorship of several events in Area I. She and her husband also open their extensive cross-country training facilities at their Stone Gate Farm several times a year for clinics and schooling.
Margaret's horses live the good life and once they join her family, they have a home forever.At the competitions, her attention to detail, immaculate presentation and record of success have made her a force to be reckoned with.
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Not satisfied with her own 330-student program, Marge went on to establish the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association in 1969.
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A cancer survivor, Marge has never allowed herself the luxury or time to worry about her own problems.She continues her active career as an "R" dressage and eventing judge, and as a member of the USEA Safety Committee.
Courage and fortitude are the foundations of Marge's life.She has "kicked on" no matter what the challenge.Her accomplishments are proof that she personifies the motto she often quotes, "Anyone can do more than they think they can."


United States Eventing Association

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Margaret Korda

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A spirited and adventurous rider as a young girl in England, Margaret Korda describes herself as a "holy terror."With no formal riding education, she had joy and desire combined with natural talent and was a fearless, happy kid on horseback.
After a modeling career, Margaret rekindled her love of riding.She met her husband Michael, who was also on horseback, while hacking in Central Park.They moved to a farm near Millbrook, New York.
A lovely horse named Missouri gave Margaret her first taste of competition at horse shows, hunter trials and hunter paces.While enjoying the thrill of running and jumping cross-country, Margaret discovered the challenges of eventing.With her trademark determination, she embraced all aspects of the sport, including the part that interested her least--the dressage.Thus, the flatwork was tackled and strengthened.She was hooked and her success with Missouri spread throughout the northeast.
Her next star came in the form of an appaloosa mare named Nebraska.Margaret was nearly unbeatable on this horse and was named Master Novice Rider Champion nationally a remarkable four years in a row, from 1996 to 1999.She continues her dominance with her new mount, the Irish-bred Dundee, earning several wins this year.
It comes as no surprise that Margaret gives back to the sport she loves, including generous sponsorship of several events in Area 1.She and her husband also open their extensive cross-country training facilities at their Stone Gate Farm several times a year for clinics and schoolings.
Margaret's horses live the good life and once they join her family, they have a home for life.At the competitions, her attention to detail, immaculate presentation and record of success have made her a force to be reckoned with.
...
Not satisfied with her own 330-student program, Marge went on to establish the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association in 1969.
...
A cancer survivor, Marge has never allowed herself the luxury or time to worry about her own problems.She continues her active career as a large-R dressage and eventing judge, and as a member of the USEA Safety Committee.
Courage and fortitude are the foundations of Marge's life.She has "kicked on" no matter what the challenge.Her accomplishments are proof that she personifies the motto she often quotes, "Anyone can do more than they think they can."

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