Keady Cadwell started her riding career as an eventer, and began driving
competitively in 1990. Cadwell has represented the U.S. at the three
World Championships in the pairs; she was part of the U.S. teams in 1993,2007 and 2009. In 2007, she
also competed at Windsor (England), Riesenbeck (Germany) and Beekbergen (The
Netherlands). At Riesenbeck, Cadwell had a tremendous dressage test, where they
placed third out of 50 pairs in dressage.
Cadwell and her pairs team had a remarkable year in 2008, taking home wins at the
Sunshine State CAI, Live Oak CAI, Southern Pines and the Kentucky Horse Park CDE.
In 2009, Cadwell took home
the blue ribbon at the Sunshine State CAI in February, and placed second at the Live
Oak CAI in March.
Since 1998, Cadwell has been involved with the U.S. team for Drivers with Disabilities,
she has participated primarily as a coach or chef d’equipe at nearly every World
Championship for Drivers with Disabilities in the last 10 years. Cadwell assists
fellow World Championship driver and sister, Miranda Cadwell, running the family’s
Tremont Farm in Southern Pines, NC.
Miranda Cadwell earned her first Gold at the 2007 World Pony Pairs Driving Championships and also represented the US at the 2009 World Pony Driving Championships in Germany in August. In 2007 she led the U.S. pony drivers to their first team medal, a Bronze. Leading up to her Gold medal victory she and her team of ponies won every national and international outing they competed in including: Black Prong, Sunshine State CAI, Live Oak CAI, Sandringham, UK, and Saumur CAI, France.
Cadwell was honored in 2008 with the United States Equestrian Team Foundation’s Whitney Stone Cup, annually awarded to an active competitor who exhibits consistent excellence in international competition and high standards of sportsmanlike conduct while serving as an ambassador for the U.S. and equestrian sport.
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