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Taylor Bradish

Hometown: Windsor, S.C. Birthday: 3/23/1995 Sport/Disciplines: Combined Driving

Taylor Bradish was first introduced to combined driving at 16 years old in her hometown of Flagstaff, Ariz. She was working for an Olympic-level dressage rider, whose husband was a combined driver. Three years later, Bradish decided to move across the U.S. to begin training at Katydid Farm in Windsor, S.C. Her passion for the sport grew as she trained horses and worked as a groom, then she eventually began competing in the sport. 

Bradish started her partnership with Katydid Duchess in 2016, beginning with training level combined driving events. They gradually moved up the ranks to the advanced and FEI level. They won their first USEF Advanced Single Horse Combined Driving National Championship at Live Oak International in 2020. Later that year, they were selected to represent the U.S. at the 2020 FEI Driving World Championship for Single Horses in Pau, France, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bradish and Katdid Duchess stayed in top form and won both the 2021 and 2022 USEF Advanced Single Horse Combined Driving National Championships.