1991 – 32nd in the FEI World Cup Finals
1995 – 34th in the FEI World Cup Finals
2000 – 6th in the FEI World Cup Finals
2003 – 39th in the FEI World Cup Finals
2007 – Team Bronze Medal at the Rio de Janeiro Pan American Games
2008 – 23rd at the FEI World Cup Finals
2009 – 23rd at the FEI World Cup Finals
2010 – 26th at the FEI World Cup Finals; Long Listed for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
2014 – Ranked second for the 2014 USHJA Jumper Rider Lifetime Money Earned; Won the Zoetis $1 Million Grand Prix at HITS Saugerties
2015 – 34th at the FEI World Cup Finals; Won the CSIO4* Grand Prix presented by Lugano Diamonds at CSIO4* Wellington
2016 – Won the $112,900 CSIO4*-NC FEI Nations Cup Ocala, FL
2017 – 25th at the FEI World Cup Finals
Thrilling, Ravel, Oh Star, Gardenio, Pavarotti, Babalou 41, Quality Girl
International Grand Prix Show Jumper
Todd Minikus started riding western at age six, but after his family made a serendipitous move, he found himself living next door to a jumping barn. That introduction to show jumping at age 10 has since blossomed into a successful international career.
He began riding professionally in 1980 and competed in his first grand prix in 1985. The horse that put him on the map was Thrilling, a Canadian Thoroughbred. Together, Todd and Thrilling recorded four grand prix wins in 1989 and then swept all of the open jumper classes at the prestigious Washington International Horse Show, including the President’s Cup, the next year.
Todd has since had wins at top competitions across the U.S. and in Europe with his string of talented horses. Todd is based in Wellington, Florida, year round with his wife, Amanda, and children, Colt and Langley. He enjoys any and all outdoor sports in his free time.