Our Riders

Triple Crown Custom Rider | Mclain Ward

Mclain Ward

Mclain Ward is a house hold name in the American Equestrian world and for good reason! Mclain Ward, born in NY in 1975 has blazed his way through almost every major showjumping competition. He achieved 2004 and 2008 Olympic team gold medals, 2006 World Equestrian Games Silver medal, 2009 World Cup Finals Las Vegas 2nd Place, 2009 Spruce Meadows Masters 1,000,000 winner, all with his one outstanding team mate Sapphire.

More recently with his well know chestnut character Rothchild, McLain has achieved multiple 5 star grand prix wins as well as a Bronze medal in the 2014 World Equestrian games.

“Im a big fan of the TCC stable blankets which help keep my horses warm no matter what part of the world we are in. The design and fit is perfect”

McLain Ward

Triple Crown Custom Rider | Georgina Bloomberg

Georgina Bloomberg

Georgina Bloomberg was born on January 20, 1983 in New York, USA and has steadily been creeping up the rankings list to become one of the USA’s most valuable riders. This year alone she has had numerous grand prix wins as well as being an integral part of many USA nations cups teams jumping too many clears to mention.

“I love that I can customize my blankets, quality and design combined!”

Georgina Bloomberg

Triple Crown Custom Rider | Stal Hendrix

Stal Hendrix

Stal Hendrix is world class breeding, competition, events and training facility based in the Netherlands. With a team of eight riders Stal Hendrix campaigns its superstar regularly on the international circuit. Michele Hendrix in fact won the Bolesworth 4* grand prix in the UK this year aboard his mount Baileys. We are very proud to support this wonderful team of horses and forward thinking people.

“Triple Crown Custom has been a game changer for our professional sales and competition stable here in The Netherlands’ It allows us to make sure our presentation is of the highest standard, the comfort of our horses is guaranteed and our clients have a memorable blanket to take with them for their new horse.”

Stal Hendrix

Triple Crown Custom Rider | Victoria Colvin

Victoria Colvin

Victoria Colvin started riding at the age of six, and didn’t waste any time collecting numerous accolades! Colvin collects a blue ribbon almost every time she steps in a ring, and she can attribute everything she’s earned to the hard work that got her there. She started out riding a pony named “Buster Brown,” owned by Gene Mische, after a lead-line pony scared her by running away when she was three. “Buster Brown” built her confidence back up and after that, the rest is history! Colvin has an incredibly gifted eye and rarely, if ever, misses a distance. This talent has led to such victories as being named Best Child Rider at Devon in 2011/2012/2013/2014 and 2015, as well as being the 2014 Maclay winner and being the East Coast Junior Hunter Champion in 2013/2014 and 2015.

“No Hunter ring outfit is complete without a Triple Crown Custom Pimlico Wool Cooler!”

Victoria Colvin

Triple Crown Custom Rider | Richie Moloney

Richie Moloney

Irish show jumper Richie Maloney is originally from Kilkenny, Ireland but currently resides in Wellington, Florida, and has lived there for six years. He grew up riding and training at his family’s Warrington Top Flight Equestrian Center in Ireland. Growing up with a family so heavily involved in horses, Maloney has been a part of the family business from a young age. His most memorable equestrian moment so far is winning the Irish Nation’s Cup team event at the 2012 Royal Dublin Horse Show, where he has competed since he was riding ponies! Being on a winning nations cup team in front of his home crowd was an amazing feeling, he said. Recently Maloney was a member of the winning Irish Nations Cup Team in Wellington, FL and has been a member of a total of five winning Nations Cup Teams for his home country of Ireland.

“I don’t think there is any other custom blanket company that offer such superior quality and style. I love the santa anita stable sheet for every day use in Florida.”

Richie Moloney