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Ian Roberts (equestrian)

Ian Roberts (born on October 28, 1958 in Victoria, British Columbia) competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics for Canada in eventing.[1]

His farm is Dreamcrest Farms, in Port Perry, Ontario, which he owns with his wife, Kelly Plitz, also an Olympic eventing rider.[2]

Ian placed 23rd in Rolex in 2006 and 20th in 2007.[3] He represented Canada at the World Equestrian Games in August 2006, but was eliminated in the individual competition.[4]

Ian is a graduate of Brentwood College School, located in Mill Bay, British Columbia.

References

  1. Ian Roberts, accessed August 9, 2009.
  2. Dreamcrest, accessed August 9, 2009.
  3. Rider Results Lookup by ID, accessed August 9, 2009.
  4. Individual Eventing Results


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