2016 BRONZE MEDALIST, RIO OLYMPICS
2017 SILVER MEDALIST, WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES, TRYON, NC
Kasey Perry-Glass is an American dressage rider and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist. Riding Goeklingaard’s Dublet, Kasey placed fifth in the 2019 World Cup Finals in Gothenburg, seventh in the 2017 World Cup Finals in Omaha, NE, and earned a team silver medal at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon, NC.
Kasey fell in love with horses as a toddler and worked her way up from pony rides, to pony club, to eventing, and then finally to dressage. Armed with big dreams and the support of her beloved "Team Believe," Kasey skyrocketed to fame in 2016 when she and Dublet made their Grand Prix debut. A few months later they were representing Team USA at the Rio Olympics.
But even as one of the world's top riders, Kasey is perhaps most recognized for her authenticity and bubbly personality. Whether working with clients, or volunteering with youth programs, her mantra is always to dream big, work hard, and believe in the process. She is also an outspoken advocate for high-level horse care and fair training practices.
Today Kasey is based in Wellington, FL, where she continues to chase big dreams as she brings along a promising string of young horses.