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|Number of starts:||735|
|Number of wins:||41|
|FEI World Cup™ Jumping Standings||21||19|
|Ambitions||To represent the United States of America in major events. (shalannofarms.com, 03 Apr 2017)|
He runs Shalanno Farms, a training and sales stable with bases in Wellington, FL, United States of America and Putten, the Netherlands. When not competing he splits his time between the two facilities. (shalannofarms.com, 03 Apr 2017)
He took a five-year break from equestrian sport after graduating from high school. "I took a five-year hiatus from the horses that began with a gap year and continued with my studies at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Initially I did not miss the horses, but once I settled into university, I began to realise what a significant part of my life the horses and competition had become. I loved college, but it was a long four years away from the stable. By my sophomore year I knew that I wanted to work with horses." (horseandstylemag.com, 10 Jan 2014)