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It takes a lot of dedication and hard work to get horses to be successful in the sport of eventing, especially at the highest levels. We’re thrilled to recognize our team on our website and to give you the opportunity to get to know them.

We strive every day to do the best possible job with each and every horse and rider. We are a family-run and family-involved barn and take pride in our many years, knowledge and success in the sport. We invite you to learn about what we do and follow our progress.

Thank you for your interest,

Phillip & Evie Dutton




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Recent News

Team USA’s Oldest Athlete Goes for Gold (Again!) at Seventh Olympics – AARP

Although the Tokyo Games will mark his seventh time participating in the Olympics, equestrian Phillip Dutton, the oldest athlete on Team USA, says competing in 2021 is no less of a thrill than it was the first time 25 years ago. "It's very unique and special to have our whole country cheering for us,” the 57-year-old tells AARP. America's oldest athlete was actually born in Australia and grew up with horses on his family's sheep and wheat farm. He spent most of his upbringing competing at pony rallies and horse trials. Then, in 1991, he moved to the U.S. to train. Five years later, at the age of 32, he participated in his first Olympics.

America’s Oldest Olympian Has No Plans to Disappoint – TIME Magazine

We’ve entered a golden age for graying athletes. Tom Brady, for example, just won his seventh Super Bowl. He’s 43. In May, Phil Mickelson, 50, became the oldest golfer to ever win a major championship. So does America’s oldest Olympian at the Tokyo Games, 57-year-old equestrian rider Phillip Dutton, feel extra pressure to match the age-defying performances that have recently been sweeping sports? Dutton laughs at the question. “Um, yeah,” says Dutton. “I’ll be doing my best to deliver.”

Phillip Dutton, 57-year-old going to 7th Olympics, leads U.S. equestrian eventing team – NBC Sports

Phillip Dutton, a 57-year-old equestrian going to his seventh Olympics, is set to become the oldest U.S. Olympian since 2008. Dutton, who took individual eventing bronze in Rio to become the oldest U.S. Olympic medalist since 1952, was named as part of the three-rider eventing team for Tokyo on Thursday, along with reserves. Dutton won team gold for Australia in 1996 and 2000 before switching to represent the U.S. starting with the 2008 Beijing Games. He was born in Australia and moved to the U.S. in 1991.

Countdown to Kentucky: Phillip Dutton on Z and Fernhill Singapore – Practical Horseman

At the Carolina International Horse Trials, I spoke with accomplished Olympic gold-medalist Phillip Dutton about the upcoming Kentucky Three-Day Event. Dutton shared about his two CCI5*-L mounts—Z, a 13-year-old Zangersheide gelding and Fernhill Singapore, a 12-year-old KWPN gelding. He expressed his hopes for the two at the Kentucky and gave insight into some of his training techniques, his horses' healthcare routines, and how he prepares for big competitions like Kentucky.