STEPHEN S. BRADLEY
 
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1996 - 1st place, Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI***, Dr. DoLittle                                                               Short listed for the Atlanta Olympics - Dr. DoLittle

1995 – 9th at U.S. Spring Championships, Rolex Kentucky Three-Day***

ACCOMPLISHMENTS


2010 - Short listed for World Equestrian Games (WEG), 5th place AEC’s, Brandenburg’s Joshua
2009 - 10th place, Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI**** - Bradendburg’s Joshua
2009 - 1st place, the Fork Horse Trials Advanced Division - Brandenburg’s Joshua
2008 - 4th place, Rolex CCI****, Brandenburg’s Joshua            
2008 - 8th place Rolex CCI****, From   
2008 Short-listed for Bejiing Olympics - Brandenburg’s Joshua
2007 - Team Gold, Pan American Championships - From
2006 - 3rd place, Rolex CCI**** - Brandenburg’s Joshua                                                               Named to US WEG Team - Brandenburg’s Joshua
2005 - 1st place Foxhall Cup CCI***- Brandenburg’s Joshua, Winners USET’S Spring CCI***Championship
2004 - 5th Place, Rolex CCI**** Modified Div. - From                                                               Short listed for the Athens Olympics - From
2003 – Team Gold, Pan American Championships – Brandenburg’s Joshuahttp://www.forkstables.com/events.htmlshapeimage_11_link_0

1993 - 1st place, Checkmate International CCI***

1st place, Burghley CCI**** - Sassy Reason

Male Equestrian Athlete of the Year - USOC

1992 – 1st place, Checkmate International CCI***

1992 - Member of the US Olympic Team

1991 – 1st place, Checkmate International CCI***

1990 – Combined Training Horseman of the Year (Chronicle of the Horse)

Stephen lives in his hometown of Leesburg, Virginia.  He runs his own training facility and teaches lessons in White Post, Virginia and he continues to train and compete.

In 2009, Stephen and Joshua scored a personal best in dressage with a 48.20 as they finished 10th overall at the Rolex CCI****
In 2008, Stephen finished with both Joshua and From in the top ten at the Rolex CCI****.  Joshua took 4th and From 8th.  That year, Stephen and Joshua were short-listed for the Bejing Olympic Team.
In 2007 Stephen and From competed on the gold-medal Pan American Team in Brazil.
In 2006, Stephen and Brandenburg’s Joshua placed third at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** Three-Day Event.

In 2005, Stephen and Joshua won the Foxhall Cup CCI***, the USET's Spring Three Star Championships.

Stephen and the Russian-bred From competed at the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** modified division in 2004, where they placed 5th, and were short listed for the Athens Olympic Games.
In 2003, Stephen and Brandenburg’s Joshua were members of the gold-medal winning U.S. team at the Pan American Championships.
In 1996, Bradley won the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event with Doctor DoLittle.
Following the Olympics, the two won Great Britain’s prestigious Burghley CCI**** becoming only the second American pair in history ever to do so.  Stephen’s mentor, American Bruce Davidson won the event on Irish Cap in 1974.  
In 1993, Stephen was named “Equestrian Athlete of the Year” by the U.S. Olympic Committee and Sassy Reason was named The Chronicles’ Eventing and Overall Horse of the Year.
In 1991, ’92, ’93 Stephen won the Checkmate International CCI*** riding Sassy Reason. In 1992, he and Sassy represented the United States at the Olympic Games in Barcelona.
Stephen discovered the thrill of jumping at age 13 in Virginia hunt country and, soon thereafter, started participating in the local 4-H and Pony Club, where he eventually graduated with an “A” rating.  He decided to make a career of competitive eventing during college and started competing internationally in 1989.  He has wins in the US, Canada, and Great Britain.

BIOGRAPHY

Since 1992, Stephen has been short listed on 4 out of 6 Olympic teams (competing in one) and short listed on 3 out of 6 World Equestrian Teams (named to one of the teams).
1994 - Short listed, World Equestrian Championships, Sassy Reason

1997 – Represented U.S. at Bramham CCI*** in England