Scott Brash: Life at the Top
World #1 Scott Brash, 29, was born in Scotland and was bitten by the horse bug at the age of seven. In 2012 he was a member of the gold medal-winning British team at the London Olympics, riding Hello Santos, the 13-year-old Belgian Sport Horse owned Lady Harris and Lady Kirkham on which he has had incredible success over the past few years. Scott was awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by Her Majesty the Queen following the Olympic victory. His impressive list of accomplishments includes winning team gold in the 2013 European Championships and finishing third in the FEI World Cup™ Final in Lyon (FRA) in 2014. He has earned the title of Longines Global Champions Tour Champion twice, becoming the youngest rider to top the tour in 2013 and the first rider ever to win three LGCT Grand Prix in the same season…
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