Hello Guv’Nor, the 12-year-old Belgian warmblood gelding (Diamont de Semilly x Papillon Rouge Normandie) ridden to international success by Olympic veteran and former World No. 1 Scott Brash of Great Britain, has been sold to the USA’s Emma Heise. Brash began competing Hello Guv’Nor in 2014, when the gelding was a 9-year-old. Owned by Brash’s […]
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With a non-stop schedule of top class competitions and record-setting prize money offerings, international show jumpers had a shot at more money in 2016 than ever before. The ten, highest-earning riders earned a combined $13 million last year in prize money, with Great Britain’s Scott Brash topping the list with an impressive $1.8 million. In comparison, the highest-earning dressage rider won just €215,027. […]
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When riders came through the famous Spruce Meadows clock tower on Sunday, September 11th, they were well aware that they were entering one of the most intense environments in the sport: a multi-million dollar prize purse, a difficult course, the highest CSI rating and FEI world ranking points available. Could the stakes be any higher? […]
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Great Britain’s Scott Brash began his weekend at the Longines CSI5* St. Moritz in St Moritz, Switzerland on Thursday, August 25th by winning the Prize Sportstall Tina Pol, the feature class of the day. Brash rode the 11-year-old BWP gelding Hello Guv’Nor (Diamond de Sexily X Papillon Rouge) to finish first against 48 other starters. […]
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