Nicholas Dello Joio
USA

Nicholas Dello Joio

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Longines Rankings
272nd
Age33
Competing forUnited States of America - USA
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Statistics

Jumping

Number of starts: 797
Number of wins: 7
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Year2006
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2011 Studbook: SF Sex: Mare
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2011 Studbook: BWP Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2009 Studbook: ZANG Sex: Stallion Last Ride: 2021
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
22/01/2022 Wellington FL CSI3* Table A 150 Blueberry 19
21/01/2022 Wellington FL CSI3* Table A 150 Blueberry
20/01/2022 Wellington FL CSI3* Table A 145 Blueberry 29
Ranking/Standing Horse Rank Points
Longines Rankings 272 630
FEI Jumping World Cup™ Standings 50 0
Pan-American Rankings 295 650
Biography
General Interest
Nicknames Nick (Facebook profile, 09 Jul 2020)
Awards and honours He received the Maxine Beard Show Jumping Developing Rider Award in 2010. (nickdellojoio.com, 10 Oct 2016)
Famous relatives His father Norman Dello Joio has represented the United States of America in equestrian jumping, and won bronze in the individual competition at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. (SportsDeskOnline, 19 Nov 2020; nickdellojoio.com, 10 Oct 2016)
Other information FAMILY STABLES
He has worked alongside his family at Wembley Farms in Bedford, NY, United States of America. "From my dad, I've learned so much about being patient and waiting for the horse to come to you, the importance of flatwork, and making sure when using your aids that all are done with equal amounts of pressure. My mum has an amazing ability to help coach the mental side of riding, where so many people can make it very complicated." (worldofshowjumping.com, 25 May 2020)

LATE START
He did not take up the sport early on as a child, despite his father competing in equestrian at an elite level. "My sister did ponies a little bit, but for me it was all about school sports and being at the beach. I think I had good success [in showjumping] quickly, and I feel like for me being a visual learner, growing up immersed in this business, helped me come a long way fast. I was lucky enough to grow up not doing the sport, and then coming to that realisation a little bit more by myself." (myequestrianstyle.com, 17 Jun 2021)
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