Ben Maher

A two-time winner at the Pony European Championships and one-time winner at the Young Rider European Championships, Ben Maher will made his second Olympic appearance in London 2012. Maher has competed at senior European Championships twice since Beijing 20...

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John Whitaker

John is one of the most admired Show Jumping riders worldwide and has won 14 team medals at Olympic, World or European championships in his long career. He was 18 when he first partnered Ryans Son, a horse with just 50p on his card when he went to John, and...

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Nick Skelton

Nick Skelton joined fellow equestrian rider Mary King and archer Alison Williamson in making his sixth Olympic appearance for Britain at London 2012. However unlike King and Williamson, who have competed at every single Games since Barcelona 1992, Skelton ...

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Peter Charles

Peter Charles competed at both Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996 for Ireland, qualifying through his Irish mother, and his individual European gold in 1995 was the nation’s first ever. Charles originally represented Britain and switched back in 2007. H...

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Scott Brash

Scott Brash was the only member of the jumping team who made their Olympic debut in London 2012 but he was part of the British team for the World Equestrian Games in 2010 where he rode Intertoy Z. He rode Hello Sanctos at London 2012 and claimed his bigges...

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Tim Stockdale

Tim is probably one of the best known faces in British Show Jumping. Now aged 43, he first represented Great Britain in 1988 and has since represented his country on 39 occasions on Nations Cup teams and also on the World Equestrian Games team in 2002. Tim ...

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