By Annan Hepner Nicholas Fyffe, an Australian citizen, is an international Grand Prix dressage rider based year-round in Wellington, Florida. Nicholas and his partner, Olympian David Marcus, operate Marcus Fyffe Dressage as a training business for youth, amateurs and professional dressage riders. As a teenager, he was an advanced gymnast before moving to the
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Tuesday, March 03 2015 by Editor
Great teamwork earns Nicholas Fyffe (right) and Banzai LS the GumBits Happy Horse Harmony Award. (Photo courtesy of JRPR) Wellington, Florida (March 2, 2015) — Gusts of wind and unusually chilly weather at the show grounds created a difficult ride for many last week at the 2015 Adequan Global Dressage Festival, but the tense atmosphere made those truly harmonious rides all the more impressive.
“David Marcus and Don Kontes placed third in the Grand Prix Special at the CDI-W NEDA Fall Festival held September 13 to 16 in Saugerties, New York.” Saugerties, New York – Canadian Olympian David Marcus of Campbellville, ON, enjoyed a successful weekend at the CDI-W NEDA Fall Festival held September 13-16 in Saugerties, New York. In the Grand Prix, Marcus placed third with Chrevi’s Capital, who scored 67.957% to finish just ahead of barn mate Don Kontes, who earned 67.532% from the five-member panel of international judges. A total of 15 horses competed in the Grand Prix.