A woman was shot on the property of a high-end equestrian facility in New Jersey owned and operated by a former member of the 2008 US Olympic dressage team — and one person is in custody, according to a report.
The woman was shot in the chest about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday at 411 W. Mill Road in the Long Valley section of Washington Township, according to NJ.com.
Two other people were injured, but not from gunshots, and one of them is the suspect in the shooting, according to the county prosecutor’s office.
The woman was taken to Morristown Medical Center. Her condition was not known.
The 53-acre property, called Hawthorne Farm, in rural Morris County contains a home and the Barisone Dressage, which is owned and operated by Michael Barisone, who took part in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
“Michael consistently produces upper-level dressage horses from young stock, selling many of them and keeping some to develop for himself,” according to the bio on his website.
Barisone, who was the 2009 Sportsman International Horseman of the Year, has trained Olympians, including Allison Brock, who won a bronze medal for the US in dressage at the 2016 games in Rio.
Efforts by NJ.com to reach Barisone on Wednesday were unsuccessful.