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Anky van Grunsven 
Anky van Grunsven hardly needs any introduction. She won all the major titles to can be won with Bonfire, including Olympic gold in Sydney in 2000. Additionally they won five consecutive World Cup titles between 1995 and 2000. In 2004 Anky won her second Olympic gold medal, this time with IPS Salinero. Read more

Western Reining

Bernard Fonck 
Bernard Fonck from Belgium is currently one of the best reining riders in the world. Since March 3, 2006 Fonck and his 17-year-old stallion “Roosters Spurs” took the “number 1” position on the FEI Reining World Rankings List. Similar as in dressage, the world-ranking list is based on the combined results of horse and rider. At the CRI of Dortmund, Fonck maintained his top position by ending second with “Roosters Spurs”. Last year, Fonck fulfilled an important role in the Belgian team that has been placed for the world equestrian games in Aachen 2006 and Fonck also won the bronze medal in Kreutz. Read more


  Coby and Marlies van Baalen 
The Dressage stable “Van Baalen” is located in Brakel, a small place in the area of Brabant in the Netherlands. The Van Baalen’s dressage stable became popular due to the many magnificent results of mother Coby and daughter Marlies van Baalen. Both joined the Olympics in Sydney and Athens and obtained various titles in national and international dressage competitions. During her career as junior rider, Marlies won the European Championship title as member of the Dutch team as well as the individual European title. Read more


David Saunders 
David Saunders, formerly head coachman to The Duke of Edinburgh, Royal Mews, Windsor Castle, England and was with The Duke from the inception of combined driving, so has seen the development of combined driving right from its earliest days. Apart from that, as a member of the Royal Mews he has a great background in coaching. Read more


  Eric Lamaze 
Eric has been named to the show jumping team for this year’s Olympic Games and is considered one of Canada’s top-ten medal contenders, in any sport. It will be his first Olympic Games. Based on his 2007 and early 2008 performances, he and his great partner, Hickstead, have been hailed internationally as favourites for the individual gold medal at the Olympic Games. Read more


Felix-Marie Brasseur 
Felix-Marie Brasseur, double world champion comes back at top level in driving. Together with Cavalor he will be ready for the World Equestrian Games in Normandy. Felix-Marie Brasseur became in 2006 for the second time World Champion, for a period of five years, he disappeared from the games but now he has a new pair of horses and is ready to return at the forefront, riding for the victory. Read more



Hillary Dobbs 

Hillary Dobbs has enjoyed a very successful transition from junior rider to Grand Prix competitor. Her streak of four consecutive Grand Prix victories highlighted her season in 2007. She won both of the Grand Prix events at the St. Clement's Saratoga Horse Show Series plus the $25,000 Ariat Grand Prix and the $75,000 Footing Unlimited Grand Prix at HITS Saugerties. Read more


  Jos Lansink 
Jos Lansink was born in a small town called Rossum in the Netherlands. As he was a farmers son he was supposed to take over the farm. However, he started riding when he was 8 years old on his pony “Fligette” and was so talented that during time he got more and more involved into horse riding when he grew older. He was given the opportunity by various stable owners to train young talented horses. In 1988 he won the Grand Prix of Twente, CHIO Rotterdam and obtained a second place at the Dutch National Championships and was qualified for the Olympics riding the horse “Felix”. Read more


Lauren Hough 
Originally a Californian, Lauren got her start in the hunter ring and was a very successful junior rider. She won a Gold medal at the North American Young Riders’ Championships and at age 15 was the Pacific Coast Horseman’s Association Rookie of the Year. Read more


  Ludo Philippaerts 
One of the top show-jumpers of Belgium, Ludo Philippaerts, also belongs to the top of international show-jumping. After winning many show-jump events in Achen, Falsterbo, Dublin, Paris-Bercy etc, he continues to be highly ranked on many others. Ludo has been fortunate enough to ride the best bred show-jumping horses like Darco, Parco, Jokinal the Bornival (Alma Z x Lady Wokina) and RBG Verelst Ottorongo. Read more


Mohammed Al Mahlasi 
Mohammed Al Mahlasi,riding for the national Saudi Arabian Team started his career in showjumping, later on he became a good jockey in the flatraces. Since 1992 he deticaded himself into the endurance sport, with big succes! Read more


  Steffen Peters 
Steffen Peters has two very viable horses for the 2008 Olympic Games. Ravel has been invincible this year 8 winning in every outing of the early 2008 season. Beginning with the CDI-W Burbank, where Ravel picked up two Grand Prix wins, and continuing at the CDI3* Del Mar, and CDI3* Burbank, he has a total of six Grand Prix victories through June. Though still relatively inexperienced, the gelding has demonstrated he is ready to shine on the world stage. Read more



Ian Millar 
Ian Millar is poised to equal a world record at this year’s Olympic Games, for the most Olympic starts in any sport. With 8 Olympic starts, Ian Millar has competed in more Olympic Games than any athlete in Canadian history, in any sport. He is just one Olympic appearance shy of equalling the world record. At age 61, he is still on top of his game and hoping to represent Canada at future Olympic Games. Read more



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