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Scott Brash MBE will officially retire his leading mare Ursula XII at Olympia.

Scott Brash To Retire Ursula XII at London International Horse Show

Olympia, The London International Horse Show, is honoured to announce that one of Great Britain’s most successful ever Show Jumpers, Scott Brash MBE, has decided to officially retire his leading mare Ursula XII at the annual equestrian event, which is…

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Scott Brash Withdraws from Olympics

British show jumping star Scott Brash will not compete at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Brash’s two top horses, Hello Sanctos and Hello M’Lady, have both sustained minor injuries and will not be competition ready in time for the Games….

Fit for Victory: Luciana Diniz Crowned 2015 LGCT Champion

Luciana Diniz and Fit For Fun took the 2015 Championship tonight after winning the final Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of the season in sensational style. The incredible sporting action went right down to the wire in Doha, Qatar,…

Scott Brash at the Longines Equestrian Beijing Masters 2014 on his borrowed horse “Centana”. Photo by Longines Equestrian Beijing Masters/Arnd Bronkhorst

Scott Brash Aims for the Beijing Masters

The Longines Equestrian Beijing Masters is taking place from October 23rd-25th, in the Olympic stadium in Peking, the “Bird’s Nest”. This year’s fifth edition of the show is also remaining true to its exceptional concept: The best 22 riders in…

Brash Wins First Ever Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping

The 2015 Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ Tournament concluded with a momentous day of show jumping on Sunday, September 13, as Great Britain’s Scott Brash jumped to victory in the $1.5 Million CP International, presented by Rolex, riding superstar mount Hello Sanctos….

Scott Brash, winner of the Rolex Grand Prix Aachen 2015. Photo by Rolex Grand Slam/ Kit Houghton

Brash Aims for Rolex Grand Slam

For Scott Brash the dream of claiming the victory in the Rolex Grand Slam is almost within reach. His personal Rolex Grand Slam started at the CHI Geneva in 2014, where the British rider, who is in the meanwhile number…

Scott Brash, the world's number one show jumper. Photo by Stefano Grasso / LGCT

Scott Brash Sets the Bar for Grand Prix Day in Cannes

The current world number one Scott Brash threw down the gauntlet in Cannes with a dramatic win in the big class of the day, three seconds ahead of his nearest rival. It was a blistering start to the first day…

Scott Brash, riding Hello Sanctos, won the first major equestrian event of the year, the Rolex Grand Prix, and his second stage of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping.

Scott Brash Makes History in Aachen

History was made at the World Equestrian Festival Aachen in Germany when Scott Brash, riding Hello Sanctos, won the first major equestrian event of the year, the Rolex Grand Prix, and his second stage of the Rolex Grand Slam of…

Scott Brash (GBR), pictured here at the Miami Beach 2015 CSI5* on Hello Sanctos, is back as world Jumping number one at the top of the Longines Rankings. Photo by FEI/Amy Dragoo-arnd.nl

Scott Brash Back at the Top

Scott Brash (GBR) is now back at the top of the Longines Rankings as world Jumping number one. Brash, 29, the youngest member of the London 2012 Olympic Games gold medal winning British team, jumped into the lead of the…

Scott Brash and Hello Forever won the 127,500 American Invitational at Longines GCT Miami Beach. Photo by Emily Riden/PMG

Scott Brash Claims American Invitational at Longines GCT Miami Beach

It has been 29 years since a rider representing Great Britain has led the coveted American Invitational victory gallop, but today, the world’s number one rider, Scott Brash (GBR) clinched the victory during the 43rd $127,500 American Invitational. Aboard Hello…

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