Robin Hahn

Robin Hahn has been associated with horses all his life. He was a groom and assistant trainer at the 1956 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. The team won a bronze medal.

Hahn was Canadian 3-Day Event Champion in 1967, 1969, 1971 and 1972. In Winnipeg in 1967, on a horse called “Warden”, Robin placed sixth at the Pan American Games.  In the 1968 Olympics in Ciudad, Mexico, Robin was Canada’s leading rider on a horse named “Taffy”. The Canadian team placed 8th overall.

In 1971, Robin was captain of the gold medal team at the Pan American Games in Cali, Colombia.

Robin participated in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games on a horse named “Lord Jim” and was appointed captain of the Canadian Olympic Team that rode at Bromont, Quebec in 1976. Robin rode “L’Esprit” and the Canadian team placed sixth overall.