Arlene “Tuny” Page
Hometown: Wellington, Florida
Arlene “Tuny” Page grew up in the saddle. As a teenager, her parents sent her to England to develop her skills in three-day eventing. However, it was through eventing that she gained a deep respect for dressage and for those who do it well. In the early `90s, Page transitioned fully to dressage and began working with horses for the U.S. team’s long list and the developing squad.
Collecting numerous wins at the Grand Prix level, it did not take Page long to become a top rider for the U.S. During the early part of the 2000s, Page put together an impressive string of accolades with Wild One. In 2005, they finished first at the Ox Ridge CDI3* in Darien, Conn., and were the 2005 USEF National Grand Prix Dressage Reserve Champions.
In 2006, Page and Wild One won the USEF National Grand Prix Freestyle Championship and placed first in the U.S. League Final CDI-W for the World Cup. She was an alternate to the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games Team and represented the U.S. at CHIO Aachen in 2007. Currently, Page is working with mounts Woodstock and Alina to build upon her international competition success.
Page serves the dressage community on the USEF High Performance Eligible Athletes Dressage Committee. She owns Stillpoint Farm in Wellington, Fla. When she’s not with her horses, Page enjoys spending time with her daughter, Charlotte, and her husband, Dave.