Cindy Rawson Event Team


Cindy’s Resumé

Resumé of Cindy Collier Rawson

2000 – 2001

5th Windsor CCI**, UK
8th & 14th Aldon CCI*, UK

1999 – 2000

Long listed for United States Equestrian Team for Olympic Games, Sydney 2000
8th place Sansaw CCI*, UK
10th place Blarney Castle CCI**, Ireland
10th place Chatsworth CIC***, UK


Member of the United States Equestrian Team (USET) competing in the World Equestrian Games in Rome
6th place Luhmühlen CCI***, Germany
11th place Scottish National Championships (final selection trial for USET and 2nd best American)


15th in the Landrover World Rider Rankings
Short-listed for the USET competing in the Open European Championships — did not compete due to horse’s injury

1st place Lummen CCI**
2nd place Boekelo CCI***, Holland
8th place Pau CCI**, France
11th place Punchestown CCI***, Ireland

1996 (based in Switzerland)

1st place Chantilly CIC, France
7th and 12th places Boekelo CCI***, Holland
1st place Schenefeld (final German selection trial for 1996 Olympic Games)
Highest scoring rider and two highest scoring horses in Swiss National Rankings

Training and Background

1999 – present: Training with Dries Roefs (Dutch grand prix dressage rider and trainer)

1997 – 1998: Trained with Captain Mark Phillips (team trainer for the USET)

1991 – 1996: Trained in Switzerland in dressage with Hans-Ueli Schmutz (1983 European Champion); trained in show-jumping with Thomas Batliner (Olympic competitor in Seoul and Barcelona)

1989 – 1990: Trained in England with Jane Holderness-Roddam, then Chairperson of the British Selection Committee

1984 – 1988: One of two young riders selected to train with Jack LeGoff, (trainer of the USET for 15 years), for a 5 year period including one year spent at l’Ecole National d’Equitation in Wyoming.

Note: CCI signifies Concours Complet International or “the Complete International Competition.” CCIs are assigned a star rating according to their level of difficulty. Four star competitions are Badminton, Burghley, World, Olympic, and European Championships; three star competitions are national championships; and two star are the first level of major international competition. CICs are a shortened version of CCIs.