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Peter S. Gray

Peter S. Gray

Equestrian (Eventing and Dressage)

EC Certified Coach 4

National Safety Commissioner- Canadian Eventing

Birthplace:Paget, Bermuda

Birthdate: November 27, 1957

Hometown: Orangeville, Ontario

Born in Bermuda, Peter Gray attended the University of Guelph and became a Canadian citizen in 1995. Peter competed in three Olympic Games representing Bermuda, including the 1980 Alternate Olympics held in Fontainebleau, France, Los Angeles and Seoul. He was an individual bronze medallist at the 1987 Pan American Games, and also competed at the 1990 World Equestrian Games in Stockholm. In addition, Peter has successfully completed the CCI**** Badminton and Burghley Three Day Events in England.

Riding for Canada, he was the first alternate for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, and in 2005, enjoyed a strong placing at the CCI**** Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event with Balladeer Ted to earn Long List status. Peter is currently developing several eventing prospects including La Bohème Z.

Peter owns and operates Stonehill Farm in Orangeville, Ontario, which was also the site of the annual CIC* Stonehill Farm Horse Trials. A sought-after coach and clinician, Peter was the National Coach of the Canadian Three Day Event Team from 1995 to 2000.


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