Hunter Harrison of the Double H Farm Has Died

Hunter Harrison, one of the big supporters of the equestrian sport, has died on Saturday at age 73, so dressage-news.com reported. Hunter Harrison was president of CSX, one of the biggest railway companies in the wold. He was the owner of the well-known Double H Farm, who provides McLain Ward with horses – and he also was partner of Wellington Equestrian, who host the Winter Equestrian Festival as well as the Global Dressage Festival in Wellington. His horses went with the prefix HH, as for example HH Azur, with whom McLain Ward won this year’s World Cup in Omaha.