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picture of Bernard FONCK
Country Belgium Be

Bernard FONCK

Bernard Fonck is a top reining rider. His gold medal at the 2018 World Equestrian Games set his reputation as a true master of the discipline who can outperform any American winner. At WEG, this talented reiner also played a major role in the team’s silver medal victory. Bernard Fonck and his loyal stallion What A Wave are the ultimate competitors in the world of Reining competitions.

picture of Scott BRASH
Country United Kingdom UK


Scott Brash rose to the highest level on international courses. The legendary pair they formed with Hello Sanctos made history with some truly amazing performances, especially their victory at the 2015 Rolex Grand Slam show jumping competition. Brash’s many Grand Prix wins and the team gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games are a testimony to his impressive record.

picture of Niels BRUYNSEELS
Country Belgium Be


As a top Belgian rider, Niels Bruynseels received the Belgian Rider of the Year Award in 2019. This impressive competitor has won several 5* Grand Prix. In 2018, he won at the CSI 5* Grand Prix in Bois-le-Duc, Knokke and Waregem. Success-driven, Niels is a talented rider who competes in prestigious international competitions against the best riders in the world.

picture of Zoé CONTER
Country Belgium Be


Zoé Conter is a talented rider who regularly competes at the 5* Grand Prix and World Cup levels. Despite her young age, Zoé is definitely a competitor to be reckoned with at the 5* Grand Prix level. Zoé Conter is an ambitious rider who never ceases to impress with her incredible performances on international courses.

picture of Daniel DEUSSER
Country Germany DE


Daniel Deusser is a fantastic high-level rider who lines up 5* Grand Prix and is famous worldwide for his incredible performances. He is an impressive competitor who leaves a mark on all the international courses he steps on. In 2014 he won the FEI 2014 World Cup Final with Cornet D’amour and in 2016 he participated in the Rio Olympic Games and won the Team Bronze medal with First Class Van Eeckelghem.