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Helena "Lana" DuPont Wright and Cameron Kay to Receive Top Awards at USEF Annual Meeting

Lexington, Ky. - The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce Helena "Lana" DuPont Wright as the winner of the 2015 USEF Lifetime Achievement Award and Cameron Kay as the 2015 Junior Equestrian of the Year. The recipients will receive their awards at the Pegasus Awards Dinner held Friday, January 15, at The Hyatt Regency Lexington in Lexington, Ky., during the 2016 USEF Annual Meeting.

USEF Lifetime Achievement Award - Helena "Lana" DuPont Wright

Lana DuPont Wright and Jimmy Wofford at the USEA Hall of Fame Dinner held during the 2012 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention.

Wright, of Chesapeake, Md., has done it all, from being the first woman ever to compete on an Olympic Eventing team, to winning a medal at the Pairs World Driving Championships more than 20 years later. For her years of service, Wright has been awarded the 2015 USEF Lifetime Achievement Award and will receive the Jimmy A. Williams Lifetime Achievement Trophy at the Pegasus Awards gala.

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Junior Equestrian of the Year - Cameron Kay

Cameron Kay

Horses have always been a part of 18-year-old Kay's life, as she has been riding and showing Morgans and Saddlebreds for 12 years. She was a member of the 2015 USEF Young Riders Saddle Seat Team that competed in South Africa, and came home with both the Three-Gaited Team and Individual Gold medals. A prime example of courage, sportsmanship, and dedication, Kay will be awarded the Ruth O'Keefe Meredith Memorial Trophy as the 2015 Junior Equestrian of the Year.

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