George Morris, Associates
George Morris is synonymous with US equestrian performance and success. He is based in Wellington, Florida where he continues to train equestrians from all over the globe. Recently and notably, ESG's client,Yang Funjun
from Equuleus International Riding Club in Beijing, spent the winter months training with Mr. Morris.
Since 2005, George Morris has been the Chef d' Equipe for the United States Equestrian Federation Show Jumping Team and will retire following the 2012 London Olympic Games. Mr. Morris plans to concentrate on teaching and helping riders around the world.
Mr. Morris coached two consecutive Olympic Gold Medal Teams in 2004 & 2008, the Individual Bronze Medal Winner 2008 Olympic Games, Individual Silver Medal Winner in the World Equestrian Games 2006, the Samsung Super League Gold Medal Team in 2005, the Individual Silver Medal Winner in 2004 Olympic Games and Morris coached the Olympic medal winners in: 1986, 1992, 1996 Olympic Games
George Morris was a member of the Olympic Team Silver Medal Winner 1960, rode on eight winning Nations Cup Teams 1958-1960, won the Pan American Games Team Gold Medal 1959 and was youngest winner of the Maclay Horsemanship Finals.
Mr. Morris has many notable publications to his name, many of which have been de rigueur reading for the serious equestrian: Hunter Seat Equitation, The American Jumping Style : Modern Techniques of Successful Horsemanship and George H. Morris Teaches Beginners to Ride, Because Every Round Counts.
Mr. Morris is the President of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame