WWU graduate assists Olympic dressage team

Lauren Donahoo, a William Woods University equestrian graduate, will serve as a groom for Calecto V. Calecto, a big black Danish warmblood stallion and one of the horses on the U.S. Dressage team competing in the Olympic Games in London.

Lauren Donahoo, a William Woods University equestrian graduate, will serve as a groom for Calecto V. Calecto, a big black Danish warmblood stallion and one of the horses on the U.S. Dressage team competing in the Olympic Games in London.

Lauren Donahoo, a William Woods University equestrian graduate, is serving as a dressage groom this week at the Olympics in London.

Donahoo was chosen by Tina Konyot of Palm City, Fla., a Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI)-level rider, to serve as a member of the team as a professional groom in London.

Donahoo’s responsibility is Calecto V. Calecto, a big black Danish warmblood stallion that Konyot owns and trained.

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