In this recorded episode we share with you Equestrian Legend’s Episode 11 with Harry de Leyer. Harry de Leyer is best known for his international show jumping career with Snowman, the former plough horse saved from slaughter who became The Cinderella Horse. Listen in…
HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 369 – Show Notes and Links:
- Hosts: Chris Stafford, follow Chris on Twitter
- Photo: Harry de Leyer and Snowman
- Guest: Harry de Leyer – Harry arrived in post-war America with precious few belongings and a great deal of hope. Putting behind him his memories of Nazi occupation during WWII, Harry made his way as a naturally gifted horseman who could recognize talent and get the best out of the horses that came through his hands. As a member of the United States Equestrian Team, Harry competed in World Cups and World Championships. Snowman became a household name in the U.S. winning the National Horse Show national championship and developing his own fans while collecting AHSA Horse of the Year Awards and being inducted into the Show Jumping Hall of Fame. The story of Harry and Snowman has been chronicled in Elizabeth Lett’s book entitled, Snowman, The Eighty Dollar Champion, of which there is much anticipation for it to be made into a film. You can download the podcast on iTunes or tune in right here…
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