EXPERIENCE EVENTING AS AN OWNER

Michael Pollard

37
2011 Team Gold
57250
pollardeventing@gmail.com

ABOUT

Michael Pollard and his wife Nathalie run Chatsworth Stud, a breeding and training facility in Chatsworth GA, home to Tamarack Hill’s ‘Formula One’. In addition to Chatsworth Stud, Michael is also CEO of several carpet and equine related businesses run out of Dalton, GA and is a father of four. At 18, he jumped around the Rolex Kentucky CCI*** and won the Markham trophy as the highest-placed young rider. He was the U.S. Eventing Association's Young Rider of the Year in 2001. In 2009 He won the Jersey Fresh CCI*** (N.J.) and in 2011, he was a member of the gold-medal U.S. team at the Pan American Games (Mexico). Career Highlights - 2012 1st Richland Park H.T. Advanced -2012 2nd Jersey Fresh CCI*** - 2011 Team Gold, Pan American Games - 2011 19th Rolex Kentucky CCI**** - 2009 Winner New Jersey CCI*** - 2002 completed Rolex Kentucky CCI**** - 2001 Young Rider of the Year and Winner of the Markham Trophy, Fairhill CCI*** - 1999 Shortlisted for Pan American Games and Winner of Markham Trophy, Rolex Kentucky CCI***

Listings


8/4/2002
IRH
3
Michael Pollard
michael.pollard@cavalor.com
Thank you to the Phoenix Syndicate which owns Ballingowan Pizazz and Cheyenne Blue. The goal of Pollard Eventing is to have four horses in contention for the 2014 World Equestrian Games. The recent loss of three of its top horses has meant a refocus to stay committed to that goal. Consequently, Pollard Eventing is offering two syndication options with the aim of replacing its equine talent. To widen the appeal and in an effort to spread risk, Pollard Eventing will be pairing one of its rising stars, at its own expense, with a horse purchased with syndicate buy-in funds. This means that new syndicate members would be able to buy in to two separate horses for the price of one. Additionally, Pollard Eventing will be keeping the maintenance cost per share at a level that covers only competition and insurance expenses. There are currently three open shares and if you would like to speak to a syndicate owner we will be happy to put you in touch.

2/4/2006
German Warmblood
3
Michael Pollard
michael.pollard@cavalor.com
Thank you to the Phoenix Syndicate which owns Ballingowan Pizazz and Cheyenne Blue. The goal of Pollard Eventing is to have four horses in contention for the 2014 World Equestrian Games. The recent loss of three of its top horses has meant a refocus to stay committed to that goal. Consequently, Pollard Eventing is offering two syndication options with the aim of replacing its equine talent. To widen the appeal and in an effort to spread risk, Pollard Eventing will be pairing one of its rising stars, at its own expense, with a horse purchased with syndicate buy-in funds. This means that new syndicate members would be able to buy in to two separate horses for the price of one. Additionally, Pollard Eventing will be keeping the maintenance cost per share at a level that covers only competition and insurance expenses. There are currently three open shares and if you would like to speak to a syndicate owner we will be happy to put you in touch.