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Beezie Madden “still completely committed” to represent USA at the Tokyo Olympic Games

Friday, 03 April 2020
Sport

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping Beezie Madden. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

Following yesterday’s announcement on the sale of Darry Lou to Jennifer Gates, Beezie Madden states that she is “still completely committed” to represent USA at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Before the postponement of this year’s Olympics, Madden released a statement on her future plans. While the 56-year-old rider said that she would do everything possible to help the US team in 2020, she also revealed that she from 2021 would be shifting her focus towards training talented young riders as well as continuing to produce horses for the top sport. 

With the 2020 Olympic Games postponed and Darry Lou sold, Madden has today released the following statement – clarifying: 

“Since our post yesterday, we have received numerous questions about our plans for the future. For those of you who were asking, Beezie and the whole team at JMS are still completely committed to doing the best we can to try to represent our country at the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2021. 

Until we can get back to competing safely, we are staying home on Madden Mountain, focusing on the health and wellbeing of our staff, friends, family, and horses. Our gratitude and thanks to all of those on the frontline in this fight against COVID-19 and our hearts go out to those who've lost someone. We will do our part by staying home to #stopthespread and encourage everyone to do the same.”

 



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