A Shetland pony delivered in the back of a pick-up truck to a 6-year-old Will Coleman launched a trajectory that’s landed him on the US High Performance eventing roster for over a decade. He progressed under Olympic legends Karen and David O’Connor to be a North American Youth Championships gold medalist. While in college at the University of Virginia, Will studied dressage with Gerd Reuter and show jumping with Olympian Anne Kursinski to refine those aspects of the sport. He and his wife Katie Coleman are based in Virginia.
- World Equestrian Games in 2018
- Olympics in 2012
- Regularly top 10 ranked U.S. rider
- NAYC gold medalist
“For a long time, we’ve prided ourselves on feeding really nice hay. It’s as dust free as you could hope for in forage. At the same time, there’s always going to be an element of dust that you can’t entirely eliminate unless you go the steaming route. Being able to guarantee dust-free forage for our horses has been a game changer. At the level at which we compete, success is the result of all the little things you do adding up to give you the results you want. Steamed hay is one of those little things that can make a big difference. It’s a wonderful thing for any performance horse. Their systems are put through a lot of stress and there’s no question they can run and perform much better when they can breathe easily.”