John Franzreb, legendary ringmaster, rider, steward, show manager.
Robert Ridland, rider, TV analyst, WIHS show manager, US jumping chef d’equipe.
Joe Fargis, Olympic gold medalist, judge trainer and WIHS board member.
Kathy was the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in equestrian sport.
Frank was a self-taught horseman who gained much of his knowledge by watching others ride.
Rodney Jenkins is considered to be one of the greatest riding talents of the 20th century.
Betty Reynolds Oare has been winning at WIHS since the first show in 1958.
Hermen Greenberg was an innovator who served on the WIHS Board for more than two decades.
Mignon C. Smith helped guide the direction and development of WIHS for three decades.
Sheila C. Johnson led WIHS to new heights in its location at Verizon Center in downtown DC.
Fen Kollock taught show jumping and eventing, served as WIHS executive director.
Austin Kiplinger devoted more than four decades to the promotion of equestrian sport in America.
Leaders in equestrian sport, the epitome of sportsmanship and style in multiple disciplines.
Jane Dillon, dedicated equestrian, teacher, breeder and WIHS board member.
William Steinkraus, six-time Olympian, first US rider to win individual Olympic gold.