Mary-Cameron Rollins is a 29 year old USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist. She began competing FEI at the age of 13 and has continued to do so with little break throughout her career as a Dressage rider and trainer. Over the last 20 years of riding, 10 of those years were spent training in Wellington, Fl, the mecca of the horse industry in the United States. She was fortunate enough to train with many extremely talented people including but not limited to USDF President George Williams, Olympic rider and multiple PanAm medal winner Patrick Burssens, Young Horse National Champion Werner Van den Brande, Officer of the French Cadre Noir Gerard Kirsch, and currently trains with veteran of two World Equestrian Games, two European Championships and two Olympic team qualifications, Oded Shimoni. Some of Mary-Cameron’s major accomplishments are as follows:
• At 15, ranked number 17 Nationally at the FEI junior level.
• 2009 NAYRC Individual Gold medalist, Team Bronze Medalist.
• 2009 Festival of Champions/USEF National Championship 5th place finish in Young Riders division.
• 2011 Region 3 FEI Prix St George and Intermediare 1 Open Regional Champion
• 2012 Festival of Champions/USEF National Championship 3rd place finish in U25 Grand Prix
• 2014 Qualified top 10 for Markel Young Horse 5 Year Old National Championship
• Many CDI wins from Young Riders to Prix St George/Intermediare 1 Open Division.
• Regional Championships from Junior level to FEI Prix St George I1 Open Divison
Mary also rides in an Icon Flight.