Great Britain’s Andrew Gardner Appointed to 6-Member FEI Dressage Committee
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Nov. 18, 2017
Andrew Gardner of Great Britain, a FEI five-star judge, was appointed to the six-member International Equestrian Federation Dressage Committee by the FEI Bureau meeting in Montevideo, Uruguay Saturday.
Andrew, 55 years old, first became a judge in 2009 and two years later became a 5* judge for both senior and young horse divisions. He was on the ground jury at the World Cup Final in Omaha in April and the 2015 European Championships.
He is a former director of British Dressage and chairman of British Dressage Judges. He has worked on Britain’s lottery-funded World Class Performance selection program.
In his business career, he advises on commercial property and land, based out of Cardiff, Wales.
He replaces Mexico’s Maribel Alonso de Quinzanos, the current deputy chair, whose term expired.
The other members of the committee are: Frank Kemperman of the Netherlands and organizer of major equestrian events as chair, Luis Lucio of Spain, Anna Paprocka Campanella of Italy, Klaus Roeser of Germany and George Williams of the United States.