Wizard requires no introduction as he was a regular in Nation’s Cup competition all over Europe and Mexico. He had multiple podium finishes, including a 3rd place in the $1,000,000 Grand Prix in HITS Ocala, FL, but his top ten placings in his first World Cup Final remains his greatest achievement. Being the rider for a horse like Wizard was such an honor and such a responsibility. For years of having him as my top horse, I believed that I could jump clear in any class in the world…and I did. Horses that inspire that confidence are few and far between. We’ll always be grateful for him.
After enjoying a competitive career that spanned a decade, Wizard will now transition to retirement at his home in Chester Springs, PA.