Margie Goldstein-Engle

Born March 31st 1958 Margie Goldstein-Engle comes from Florida, USA and as a successful showjumping rider has represented USA on many occasions, results include Gold (2003), Silver(1999) team medals at the Pan American games and an Individual bronze in 2003. In 2006 Margie Engle was a member of the American silver medal winning team at the world equestrian games at Aachen.

Margie discovered her love of horses early on and had a job at a local horse yard at the age of just 9. Over the course of her career as a showjumping rider Margie Goldstein-Engle has won over $4 million with over 195 grand prix wins. She was to marry horse vet Steve Engle in 1995.

Below is a video of Margie Goldstein Engle riding Royce in the Aachen grand prix

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Margie Goldstein-Engle

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    Margie Goldstein-Engle

    Margie Goldstein Engle Named USET Athlete Of The Month For August

    Margie Goldstein Engle of Wellington, FL was named the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Athlete of the Month for August following her winning performance on board Hidden Creek`s Perin, owned by Hidden Creek Farm, during the second phase of selection trials for the 2000 Show Jumping Olympic Team at Oaks/Blenheim in San Juan Capistrano, CA and The Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA.

    After completing five rounds in the second phase of the selection trials, Engle had a total of 16 faults. She finished the ten trials as the highest placed rider, with a total of 25.25 faults, carrying over 9.25 from the first phase held during the Bayer/USET Festival of Champions, June 21-25. Engle joins teammates Nona Garson of Lebanon, NJ with Rhythmical owned by Garson and the Kamine Family; Laura Kraut of Oconomowoc, WI with Liberty owned by the Summit Group and Lauren Hough of Ocala, FL with Clasiko owned by the Clasiko Group heading to Australia for the 2000 Olympic Games.

    Other accomplishments in August include a win in the North Fork Classic Grand Prix in Calverton, NY and a second place finish in the $50,000 Budweiser Grand Prix in Zionsville, IN.

    Engle rode Hidden Creek`s Alvaretto to the team Silver Medal during the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Canada. She captured the $100,000 Rolex/USET Show Jumping Championship at the 1998 Bayer/USET Festival of Champions. She was one of twelve riders to contribute to the US Equestrian Team`s (USET) win in the inaugural Samsung Nations` Cup Series in 1997. She was a recipient of a USET grant to represent the US on a 1997 European tour where she teamed with Hidden Creek`s Laurel to help the USET capture the Nations` Cup victories at Rome and St. Gallen, and the pair won the prestigious Grand Prix of Rome. She also won the Grand Prix at Arnhem, Holland on Hidden Creek`s Alvaretto during the tour.

    Engle holds many records: most AGA wins with the same horse in the same season; most Grand Prix wins in a single season (11); and two Grand Prix wins in two days. She was the first rider to place six horses in the ribbons in a single Grand Prix class, and the first rider to ever place first, second, third, fourth, and fifth in a single Grand Prix class. In 1998, she tied for sixth place in the World Cup Final in Helsinki, Finland and was first alternate for the USET`s World Equestrian Games squad.

    Sweet Sound of Success for Margie Goldstein-Engle and Raggae

    A win with Raggae was music to Margie Goldstein-Engle’s ears as she became the third American in as many classes to win at the Royal Horse Show.

    The leading money winner in the United States, Goldstein-Engle of Wellington, FL, put in a blistering round in the $25,000 George Weston International Accumulator. Gaining points with every fence successfully jumped, Goldstein-Engle and Raggae, an 11-year-old Holsteiner gelding, left all the jumps up, including the 20-point joker fence, to claim the maximum point total of 65 in a time of 44.11 seconds.

    "He`s a very fast horse, probably one of the quickest because his turns are unbelievable," said Goldstein-Engle, who is riding after breaking two ribs last weekend at a competition in Washington.

    Jill Henselwood of Oxford Mills, ON, was again the bridesmaid after finishing second in this afternoon’s featured event, the MDC Corporation President’s Cup. Coming back tonight with Graphix, a nine-year-old grey German-bred mare, Henselwood also gained the maximum point total of 65 in a time of 45.54.

    Henselwood`s coach, Ian Millar of Perth, ON, finished third with Glory Days while the first rider into the ring, John Anderson of Calgary, AB, was fourth with Superman. Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, ON, was fifth with Rosina.

    25,000 George Weston International Accumulator

    Rider Hometown Horse Points Time
    1. Margie Goldstein Wellington, FL Raggae 65 44.11
    2. Jill Henselwood Oxford Mills, ON Graphix 65 45.54
    3. Ian Millar Perth, ON Glory Days 65 45.87
    4. John Anderson Calgary, AB Superman 65 46.81
    5. Eric Lamaze Schomberg, ON Rosina 65 48.96