Schuyler Riley (USA) is an international show jumper with multiple Grand Prix wins. Competing globally each year at the world’s most prestigious venues, she is one of the most successful show jumpers in US history.
Schuyler began riding at the age of seven in Vermont where she won numerous state equitation and hunter championships. She then became a student of Paul Valliere’s during her junior years. While attending Tufts University, at age 19, she was the first female winner of the Rolex/ USET Show Jumping Talent Derby and that was just a glimpse of things to come.
She’s posted wins at such prestigious events as the Budweiser American Invitational, the American Gold Cup and the Budweiser AGA National Championships. She’s only the second rider in history and the first female ever to post back to back wins in the Chrysler Classic at Spruce Meadows. She’s been a key member of the United States Equestrian Team and posted double clear rounds in leading the US to victory at the Samsung Super League in LaBaule, France.
She has competed on numerous Nations Cups Teams, two World Cup Finals and many international competitions from Calgary to Dubai. In the past 18 months, Schuyler catapulted to the upper echelon of the Show Jumping world once again with her horses Dobra de Porceyo and Q-7, winning four Grand Prix competitions and over $250,000.
This summer, Dobra has won over $55,000, competing around the world in the exclusive Global Champions Tour as part of the Monaco Aces team, finishing the season in 3rd place.
In the past 18 months, her results include:
- 2015 – 1st riding Dobra de Porceyo at the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping CSI3*, Bromont International (North American League)
- 2015 – 1st riding Dobra de Porceyo $127,000 Ariat® Grand Prix FEI CSI 3*, Tryon International Equestrian Center
- 2015 – 1st riding Dobra de Porceyo $210,000 Asheville Regional Airport Grand Prix CSI 4*, Tryon International Equestrian Center
- 2015 – 1st riding Q-7 $127,000 Grand Prix CSI 3*, Tryon International Equestrian Center
In addition to her recent success, her career highlights include:
- 2014 Numerous GP placings with Navalo de Poheton & Dobra de Porceyo rising to #20 on the USET Competitor List
- 2013 Winner at Devon
- 2013 3rd at the Inaugural Trump Invitational
- 2012 Winner of Grand Prix in Atlanta
- 2012 Winner of the 7/8yo YJC Finals East
- 2012 Winner of Grand Prix at HITS
- 2011 11 top placings in International Competition including Winner of the 6 bar in Falsterbo
- 2010 8 top placings in International Grand Prix
- 2008 12 top placings in International Grand Prix
- 2007 World Cup Finals
- 2005 Nations Cup Team Gold as La Baule
- 2005 Winner of the Chrysler Classic Derby
- 2004 Winner of the Chrysler Classic Derby
- 2003 North American Champion at Spruce Meadows
- 2002 Nations Cup Team Gold at Spruce Meadows Masters
- 2001 Winner of the AGA Championships
- 2001 Winner and Second at the American Prix Gold Cup
- 2000 8th at the World Cup Finals
- 2000 Winner of the American Invitational
- 1998 Winner of the Prix de Penn National