Sophie Walker Death – Horse game’s regulating body is among small bunches from the equestrian world to loosen up feelings to the gatherings of Venezuelan showjumper Andres Rodriguez and US learner jumper Sophie Walker. The two of them spent on Monday morning in a car collision in Florida.
Rodriguez, solitary silver medalist at the 2015 Pan-American Games, kicked the pail in the crisis facility of wounds proceeded in the accident in Wellington. He was 31.
His explorer, Sophie Coppedge Walker, 30, kicked the pail at the zone of the mishap. Walker was a skilled tenderfoot rider on the US open circuit.
FEI Secretary General Sabrina Ibáñez stated, “to lose two young rivals in this terrible way is a horrendous stagger, and our hearts go out to their families and colleagues”.
“Andres Rodriguez was a top notch contender and a virtuoso coming to fruition. For his life to be halted thusly is shocking,” she said.
FEI Jumping Director John Roche said the game had tragically lost maybe the best emissary with the demise of Andres Rodriguez, “and I have lost a dear buddy, as actually have various others”.
“Andres was a magnificent horseman and a surprising individual with a positive method to manage life. He gave in any event a touch of grace as extensive as Mount Everest. He will be staggeringly missed by us all,” Roche said.