1998: Numerous High Jr Jumper championships with All That Jazz, including Menlo Charity Horse Show, Portuguese Bend, Pickwick Equestrian, and High Desert Classic, where she also competed in the Grand Prix.
1999-2003: Numerous wins in the Intercollegiate Open Division. Also twice qualified for and competed in the New England Medal finals and the Massachusetts Medal Finals, with top fifteen placings in each. Morgan also founded and served for three years as Captain of the Wellesley Equestrian Team.
2003: Awarded the first ever ‘Captain of the Year’ award by the coaches and captains of the ten teams in Wellesley’s athletic region.
2007: Numerous High AO Jumper wins and championships. Competed in 6 Grand Prix; 4th place finish in the Pebble Beach $30,000 Grand Prix; 12th place finish in the $25,000 Pickwick Grand Prix.Qualified for the NorCal-sponsored 1.40 meter Spruce Meadows Prix de Nations team and was on the winning team at Spruce Meadows.Spent a month in Germany working and training with Gilbert Bockmann
2008: Qualified two horses for 1.40 meter Spruce Meadows Prix de Nations team; 12th place finish in $30,000 Golden State Grand Prix.Qualified for and Competed in Young Jumper Championships 5 year-old finals aboard Quijano. 2010-2012: Lived and worked in The Netherlands. Many placings through the 1.35 meter jumper divisions on numerous horses in the Netherlands.
2013: 3rd place finish aboard All Shenanigans in the Western League Young Jumper Championships, 5 year-old divisions. 5th place finish in 5 year old Suitability Finals at the Sacramento International Horse Show, also with All Shenanigans.
2014: 2nd place finish aboard All Shenanigans in the Western League Young Jumper Championships, 6 year-old division. Morgan and All Shenanigans also won the 6 year old Suitability Finals at the Sacramento International Horse Show and All Shenanigans was named Best Young Horse.
Since the age of three, I have spent as much time as possible with horses. It took me about ten years to discover the hunter/jumper world, but since that time I have not looked back. And now I get to do what I love for a living. Every day, I look forward to challenging myself, my horses and my students both mentally and physically. To me, this sport is about deciphering what tools horses and riders need at each point in their development and using creative, customized means to develop these tools and strengthen the connection between horse and rider.
Over the last 30 years, I have had the privilege of working with many talented horse men and women. I have also had the opportunity to work in The Netherlands for several years. Through my experiences, I have learned a tremendous amount and developed a wealth of resources. I strive to continuously educate myself.
I am honored to have the opportunity to share my skills and help people connect with their horses through safe, fun, and confidence-building exercises and instruction. I like to be involved in every aspect of horse care and training, and I take my commitment to the horses I ride and train very seriously. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or are interested in joining the MCE team.
Contact Morgan Caplane at 510.589.8302
Located at American Canyon Training Center
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