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Devin was born in New Jersey and discovered his love of horses as a child while riding at his grandfather's farm in Sussex County. He began his riding career at the age of 13 under the supervision of Delores Hunt. When he was 14-years old, he competed in the United States Pony Club (USPC) Junior Tetrathlon (ride, run, shoot, and swim) and won the National USPC championship. While training in Eventing, he caught the bug for Show Jumping and has been on the rise ever since.
From 2002 to 2003, Devin trained and rode for Alan Waldman in Holland at one of the top sport horse barns in the Netherlands. Upon returning to the United States, Devin took on the task of owning and managing his current facility at River Run Stables. Devin has a knack for assessing young horses and identifying their potential, and it shows in how he has brought along Eddie Blue. Devin acquired the Netherlands born gelding when he was four-years-old, and it did not take long for Eddie Blue and Ryan to collect top-placings in the grand prix circuit. As the runner upat the 2018 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final, Ryan automatically landed a spot on the short list for the WEG Tryon 2018. During the WEG team observation period, Ryan and Eddie Blue were members of the bronze medal-winning team in the FEI Jumping Nations Cup CSIO5* at CSIO Sopot in June. As part of the U.S. team at CHIO Aachen, they jumped double clear in the Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup.