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Ali WOLFF, American Jumping athlete.

Name Ali WOLFF
FEI ID 10037009
Gender Female
Date of Birth 08/07/1989
Competing for United States of America - USA
Registration Jumping 2023
Last update 30/12/2022
FEI Database

Jumping 70x70
Sport Specific Information
When and where did you begin this sport? She began riding at age five. "I guess I have to give credit to the local fairs and zoos because I would always beg my parents to go on the pony rides. Then we actually found a local barn in our area that just did Western [riding] called Autumn Rose."
Why this sport? In 2000 her family moved to a new property and built stables for her. "I didn't come from an equestrian family, so this was all new to everyone. As I grew up in this sport, so did they. I gave up my social life to focus on riding and transferred to a high school in Florida [in the United States of America] to train with other showjumpers."
Club / Team Blacklick Bend Farm: New Albany, OH, USA
Further Personal Information
Family Husband Ed Copeland
Residence Wellington, FL, USA
Occupation Athlete, Business Owner, Coach, Horse Trainer
Languages English
Higher education Business Administration - Lynn University: Boca Raton, FL, USA
General Interest
Most influential person in career Coach Pam Graham. (, 30 Jun 2021)
Injuries She dislocated her shoulder in June 2020. (, 30 Jun 2021; Instagram profile, 18 Jun 2020)
Sporting philosophy / motto "It'll be what it will be." (, 05 Mar 2017)
Awards and honours In 2019 she received the M. Michael Meller Style of Riding Award at the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival in the United States of America. (, 17 Aug 2021; Facebook page, 05 Aug 2019) In 2011 she received the Maxine Beard Award from the United States Equestrian Team [USET] Foundation. (, 13 Apr 2011)
Famous relatives Her cousin Ellie Crane has competed in eventing at an elite level. Her husband Ed Copeland has worked as a horse trainer. (, 30 Jun 2021; Copeland Sport Horses Facebook page, 20 Jun 2020;, 17 Aug 2018;, 05 Mar 2017)
Other information STABLES Her family run Blacklick Bend Farm in New Albany, OH, United States of America. The 70-acre facility includes indoor and outdoor arenas and offers livery and training. In 2019 she purchased a property in Wellington, FL, United States of America. "We go down to Florida for the winter months. We also have sale horses and horses we've bred on top of that which are always coming through our programme, so it's always exciting. I've found that training has helped my riding. It's kind of made me hone in more on my own skills and work on what I teach, so in that sense, it's been beneficial." (Facebook page, 05 May 2022;, 30 Jun 2021;, 16 Jul 2021; Instagram profile, 25 Sep 2019;, 01 May 2019;, 30 Nov 2015)