Kristen Vanderveen’s Bull Run’s Almighty to Jordan Coyle

Wellington, Florida, USA – December 10, 2021 – Kristen Vanderveen (USA) has announced the sale of Bull Run’s Almighty to Jordan Coyle (IRL). Previously ridden by Rolf-Goran Bengtsson (SWE) and briefly by Andreas Erni (SUI), she acquired the 13-year-old bay Hanoverian gelding (Berlin x Quidam de Revel) when the horse was 9 years old, developing him all the way up to the five-star level.

Together the American and the bay gelding registered several victories while competing at both FEI-level and USEF-rated horse shows. Besides the victories and a substantial amount in prize money, the dynamic duo were very consistent, having been placed countless times in major classes. Their partnership has progressed over the past two years, being highlighted by the following wins:

2019 – $36,000 Douglas Elliman Real Estate CSI 5* at WEF

2019 – $36,000 Sunday Classic CSI 4* at Tryon

2019 – Two-Phase Challenge CSI 3* at Lexington

2020 – $50,000 Summit Joint Performance Grand Prix at Hits Ocala

2020 – $37,000 EquiSafe Global Power & Speed Stake CSI 4* at Tryon

2020 – $25,000 Sunday Jumper Classic

2020 – $15,000 Horseware Ireland Welcome Stake

Kristen Vanderveen (USA) & Bull Run’s Almighty

Kristen Vanderveen:

“I’m very excited to see what Jordan and Almighty can do together and wish them the most success.”

Jordan Coyle:

“Kristen is a tremendous rider with a terrific string of fei horses. I want to thank her and the Bull Run Jumpers Six investment group for selling Bull Run’s Almighty and trust, we will make them proud competing in the future.”

About Bull Run Jumpers

Besides being one of the winningest riders in the United States, Vanderveen manages Bull Run Jumpers. She carefully selects, imports and produces horses for both amateur and FEI high-level equestrian, seeking to provide quality horses at a fair price. Equestrian investors can participate in her business by acquiring a share of the ownership of her showjumpers in one of the many already existing investment groups or creating a new one.

Sources: Kristen Vanderveen / Jordan Coyle / FEI – Fédération Equestre Internationale

Photos: © Bull Run Jumpers / Kristen Vanderveen / Sportfot / Brit Randolph Photography