Marcia Kulak Joins Brooke USA Board of Directors
Lexington, Ky. - June 21, 2016 - The Brooke USA board of directors proudly welcomes Marcia Kulak to the equine welfare charity. Kulak is a top three-day event rider and trainer. As an international rider for 25 years, she has successfully competed on the world's biggest stages: Rolex Kentucky, Burghley, Blenheim, Boekelo and Fair Hill. In addition, she has been shortlisted for two Olympics Games. Read more...
Marcia Kulak is a top three-day event rider and trainer. As an international rider for 25 years, she has successfully competed on the world's biggest stages: Rolex Kentucky, Burghley, Blenheim, Boekelo and Fair Hill. In addition, she has been shortlisted for two Olympics Games.
Kulak has an extensive background and education with top trainers, including Jack LeGoff, George Morris, Anne Kursinski, Ruth Poulsen and Sue Blinks. She also incorporates natural horsemanship techniques in her training program, this gives her a unique and far-reaching approach to horsemanship. Her winter base in Wellington, Florida, has allowed her to expand her operation to include jumpers and hunters, as well as top eventers. Kulak is best known for her classical and empathetic riding style as well as the meticulous care, management and presentation of her horses.
In addition to her thriving equestrian business, Kulak currently serves on the USEF Three-Day Eventing Selection Committee that will choose the Rio Olympic team. She was a longstanding member of the USEF Active Athletes Committee as well as a founding member of the Professional Rider's Organization and continues to serve on their board. In 2011, Kulak founded and developed the Triple Crown Junior Young Rider PRO Scholarship Program which gives two deserving young riders a free scholarship to train with a top event rider for a week. Kulak has parlayed her equestrian experience into broadcasting as well. She has been the commentator for the Aachen Equestrian Festival in Germany and the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event for HR TV.
Just recently, she joined the Brooke USA Board of Directors. Based in London, Brooke is the world's largest international equine welfare charity, dedicated to improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules in developing countries.