MARGARET DUPREY

Margaret’s passion for livestock comes together in the love of her top quality herd of Angus cattle, Grand Prix dressage horses and international show jumpers. The Dupreys own their Wellington, Fla.-based equestrian facility, as well as their Angus cattle operation located just outside of Philadelphia in West Grove, PA. In owning top-level cattle and horses, Margaret is fulfilling her childhood dream and is thrilled at the success Cherry Knoll has seen over the last 21 years.

 

A well respected, visionary leader and a lifelong horse woman in Wellington, FL, and Chester County, PA, Margaret continues to be actively engaged at all levels of the equine industry. She is a Grand Prix Dressage rider, high performance horse owner and sits on numerous high profile boards of the industry. Margaret is a proud Ambassador of the Brooke USA, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of working animals across the globe.

 

Margaret’s equestrian interests were nurtured early in life. She was a little girl that fell in love with a pony, and her passion only grew. She owns some of the most esteemed high performance Grand Prix dressage horses and show jumpers in the industry today. She trains alongside Todd Flettrich to fulfill her dreams of one day making it to the Olympics as both an owner and a rider

 

Margaret serves on the Board of Trustees for:

  • Cabrini College, Radnor, PA (Emeritus)
  • SVF Foundation, Newport, RI (Emeritus)
  • The Hamilton Family Foundation, Wayne, PA
  • USET Foundation, Gladstone, NJ
  • Upland Country Day School, Kenneth Square, PA 

Margaret continues to serve on the board for the International Laminitis Collaborative, formerly the Laminitis Conference, and has sponsored and co-chaired the Owners Program — a dedicated program for anyone who loves horses and want to make their lives better.

 

Besides Margaret’s service on many charitable boards, she is a strong supporter of nonprofits in both in Florida and Pennsylvania. Her philanthropy is seen through her dedication to JustWorld International, a non-profit based out of Wellington, FL, as well as the Caridad Center.