Ned Glynn rode as a junior rider with Gry and Duncan McFarlane, Betty Kilham, John and Lumpy Charlebois. After graduating from UC Davis where he coached the equestrian team, he traveled east and rode with Candice King. As a junior he placed in the top four in the following medal finals: USET Talent Search, NorCal, WCE, and CPHA as well as winning the F. B. Hart Good Hands and Seat Finals two years in a row. He has ridden to wins in both Jimmy Williams Futures classes and National Standard Grand Prixs. He worked with Linda Allen as an assistant course designer at the Atlanta Olympics and the World Cup Finals in Sweden.
Ned has trained many champions in the jumper, hunter and equitation rings. In recent years Ned has trained winning horses and riders in Saugerties, N.Y. , Lexington, Kentucky and Spruce Meadows as well as the West Coast. Highlights of his coaching career include being chef d'equipe of the NorCal 1.4 meter team at Spruce Meadows, he was trainer of the top 1.3 meter horse at the 2012 Skyliner Tournament, he has trained students from the short stirrup ring through to the North American Junior Young Rider Finals as well as helping produce many national and international hunter derby champions and medal finals winners.
Ned prides himself on understanding each individual horse and rider he works with and training them in a positive and constructive manner. Ned is currently the co chair of the Zone 10 jumper committee.