Conrad Homfeld – video Aachen 1986
Conrad Homfeld (* December 25, 1951 in Houston) is considered one of America’s all-time best riders. He had a textbook style of riding and achieved incredible success both nationally and internationally, highlighted by his double medal performances at both the 1984 Olympics and 1986 World Championships.
In 1978 Homfeld on Balbuco helped USA win the bronze medal at the World Championships in Aachen. In 1980 he won the FEI World Cup Final in Baltimore.
On the remarkable grey stallion Abdullah he won team gold and individual silver medals in the Olympic Games in Los Angeles 1984. Next year Homfeld again won the World Cup Final, this time in Berlin 1985, making him the first rider to win the Final twice.
In 1986 Homfeld and Abdullah were part of the US gold medal winning team at the 1986 World Championships in Aachen, and he also took the individual silver medal.
Today Conrad Homfeld is an acclaimed course designer. He designed the courses at World Championships in Kentucky this year with great success. Recently he was the course designer at the Brussels and Paris CSI5* events.
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