Susan Grange, Owner & Breeder of Jumping, Race Horses, Dies at Age 63
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Oct. 22, 2017
Susan Grange, owner and breeder of champion jumping and race horses including the 2008 Olympic mount In Style ridden by Ian Millar for team silver for Canada, has died at the age of 63.
Sue worked with many of Canada’s top professionals, including Ian Millar, Beth Underhill, Chris Pratt, and Yann Candele as well as Connor Swail and Daniel Coyle of Ireland.
She owned Lothlorien farms near Toronto as well as in Wellington, Florida.
One of seven grandchildren of Canadian media magnate Roy Thomson, Sue owned an 11 per cent share in Woodbridge, the company that oversees the Thompson families’ investments and which holds a 60 per cent stake in Thomson Reuters, the global financial data and news services group.
Bloomberg’s Billionaire Index, ranked her the 522nd richest person in the world with a net worth of $3.83 billion.
She is survived by husband John and four children.