Britain’s Scott Brash closes in on FEI Record for World No.1 reign….

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ph. LGCT/Stefano Grasso
ph. LGCT/Stefano Grasso

Having enjoyed his sixteenth month atop the Longines World Ranking, Brash now looks to be three months away from breaking world renowned Marcus Ehning’s record for holding a World No.1 position. Ehning holds the FEI record for the most number of consecutive months as World No.1 on the World Rankings. From August 2005 to December 2006, Ehning held the World No.1 position; a total of 18 months. Scott Brash is now three months away from breaking that record. If Brash is able to maintain his World No.1 position until May 2015, he will have held the World No.1 position for 19 months and he will become the new record holder of the World No.1 position in FEI history.

Fingers crossed!!