Susan Blinks

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Susan Blinks
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Born October 5, 1957 (1957-10-05) (age 60)
Washington, D.C.

Susan M. "Sue" Blinks (born October 5, 1957)[1] is an American dressage rider and trainer. She was best known for riding her Olympic Grand Prix mount Flim Flam. Having represented the United States in an Olympics and two World Equestrian Games, she helped the US Team earn an Olympic Bronze Medal in Sydney, Australia [2] and competed in the 1998 [3] and 2002 [4] World Equestrian Games.

Blinks spent her teens training with Marianne Ludwig.[5] She worked as Equestrian Director at the University of Massachusetts [6] and later trained with Walter Christenson in Germany. She also trained with Isabell Werth and Uwe Schulten-Baumer in Germany.

Currently, Sue resides in San Diego, CA and rides for Leatherdale Farm.[7]

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