Veteran USET Driver Nancy Johnson Ranked Fourth On The FEI/Kuhnle Singles Driver Award Rankings
Gladstone, NJOctober 9, 2001- The United States Equestrian Team (USET) is proud to announce that Nancy Johnson of Lincoln, MA is ranked fourth on the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI)/Kuhnle Singles Top Driver Award rankings following her win at CAI-A Gladstone, September 21-23.
Ranked ahead of Johnson, is Germanys Dagmar Tödter in first place. Belgiums André Herman is second while the 1998 World Champion Arja Mikkonen, of Finland, is third.
Last year, Johnson was chosen to be a member of the USET team of drivers to represent the U.S. at the World Singles Championship. That same year, she also swept the field of drivers at the 2000 Live Oak Combined Driving Event, in Ocala, FL by winning the dressage, marathon and cones course. She is coached by five-time USET Pairs Champion, Larry Poulin.
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