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Tiana Coudray

Born: August 8, 1988
Hometown: Ojai, California

Tiana Coudray and Ringwood Magister (Mike McNally)
Tiana Coudray and Ringwood Magister (Mike McNally)
Tiana Coudray started riding lessons in the third grade but with a busy international Irish Dancing career, she didn’t hit the eventing scene until 2003.

With newly purchased King Street, Coudray worked her way up from the Novice level of eventing. The rider’s success at both the lower and upper levels enabled Coudray to win the USEA Young Rider of the Year an unprecedented three times in 2005, 2007, and 2009 with multiple mounts.

After years of partnering with King Street, Coudray brought her young horse Ringwood Magister onto the upper level scene with a splash in 2008 when the pair placed second in the Twin Rivers Three-Day Event CCI2*. The pair then traveled to the North American Junior and Young Riders Championship where they placed fourth in the CCI2*. After the Championship, the team would move on to the CIC2* at Twin Rivers Fall Horse Trials a few months later to grab another second-place finish.

The pair’s first trip out in 2009 would result in a win at the Advanced level of the Ram Tap Horse Trials in early February and a third two months later at the same level at the Twin Rivers Spring Three-Day Event. In May, the pair finished third in theJersey Fresh International CIC3*.

Coudray ran two horses at The Event at Rebecca Farm in July, finishing eighth in the CIC3*-W with Ringwood Magister and winning the CIC1* division with Regal Promise. Twin Rivers Fall Three-Day Event would be Ringwood Magister’s next top placing when the gelding and Coudray placed second in the CIC3* division.

Coudray and Ringwood Magister would return to the CIC3* level in late March of 2010, making a big splash by winning the CIC3* at Galway Downs. Coudray loaded two other horses into the trailer for the Twin Rivers Spring Three-Day Event, taking fourth place on both Master Hill in the CCI2* division and Regal Promise in the CCI1*division, respectively. Ringwood Magister returned to the lineup in a big way at the Jersey Fresh International when Coudray would pilot him to victory in the CCI3*.

Coudray traveled to Montana that summer for The Event at Rebecca Farms, winning the CCI2* division on Master Hill. Her last show of the season was at the Boekelo Horse Trials where she rode Ringwood Magister to a sixth-place finish.

2011 was an exciting year for Coudray as she won her first Advanced run of the year on Ringwood Magister in an Advanced division at the Twin Rivers Winter Horse Trials before taking Master Hill to a third-place finish in an Advanced division at the Southern Pines Horse Trials. Coudray returned to the scene of her last CCI3* victory in May at the Jersey Fresh International with Master Hill, finishing second in the CIC3* division.

Ringwood Magister and Coudray then traveled to England where they have been based since the summer of 2011. In September, the pair finished on their dressage score at the Fidelity Blenheim Horse Trials CCI3* collecting second-place honors.

In June 2012, Coudray and Ringwood Magister finished fifth at the Barbury Castle Horse Trials CIC3*, the last Mandatory Outing for the Olympic Selection Trials, where they were the highest-placed American pair. Later that summer, the pair competed for the United States at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Coudray and Ringwood Magister had impressive showings in 2013. At the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials CCI4*, the pair came in 17th place. They were chosen to represent the U.S. at the CHIO Aachen, earning 10th place individually in the star-studded field in the CICO3*. 

In 2014, Coudray added a second Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials CCI4* completion to her record with Ringwood Magister. In the fall, she and Kinnordy Rivaldo finished 12th in the Ballindenisk CIC3*. The following year, Coudray competed some up-and-coming horses, highlighted by a 10th-place finish at the Bicton CIC2* with Tarentino FL Z. 

Coudray began 2016 with a win in the Barroca d'Alva CCI2* with Sambuca F. She garnered another top placing at the Alnwick-Burgham CIC3*, finsihing in second place with Ringwood Magister.