Equestrian Legends Episode 9 – Horsewoman Edith Conyers

by | Nov 2, 2011 | Equestrian Legends

Edith Conyers has spent her life devoted to the prosperity and future of horses and the countryside of Kentucky. She has followed hounds with more than 60 packs across America and overseas, some of which as Joint Master of the Iroquois Hounds in Kentucky. She developed a reputation for turning ordinary horses into well-rounded field hunters and has also produced several sport horses including the eventer Potroon that was later ridden to international success by Torrance Watkins. Edith became well-known as the first Executive Director of the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event from 1976-1985. Listen in…Support the show

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