by Cynthia Foley
Dorothy Trapp Crowell quietly announced that her wonderful Molokai, who earned the silver medal at the 1994 World Championships in eventing and competed in all four 4-star CCI events, passed away December 20 at the age of 30 in his field in Kentucky.
Horses like Molokai come along once in a lifetime. A failed racehorse, who got his name from his sire (the great racing sire Hawaii), Molokai amazed us with his incredible scope and outstanding career.
In 1998, the pair won the Rolex Kentucky CCI, a fitting final feat prior to his well-earned retirement. You may also remember that Crowell and Molokai were honored by Wheaties as a box-cover athlete.
Molokai was named a Thoroughbred Legend (on EventingNation, presented by Cosequin). In the...