Scott Brash

Hometown: Peebles, Scotland

Competes for: Great Britain

Notable Achievements: Olympic Team Gold London 2012, LGCT Champion 2013 and 2014, Team Gold and Individual Bronze Medal Winner at the 2013 European Championships, Rolex Grand Slam of Showjumping 2015, Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Cannes 2016, LGCT Grand Prix of Estoril 2015, LGCT Grand Prix of Monte Carlo 2015.

Current String of Horses: Hello Annie, Hello Forever, Hello Guv'nor, Hello M'Lady, Hello M'Lord, Hello Sanctos.

Biography: From Pebbles in Scotland, Scott Brash MBE is continues to be counted among the best in the Longines World Rankings.

His father, Stanley (a former jockey), first introduced him to riding at the age of seven and it was his first pony, Minstrel, that began his love of horses. Scott competed at his first show at the age of nine and hasn't looked back since.

He made his break into top level international competition in 2010 and was selected for the World Equestrian Games that same year.

He was awarded an MBE in the 2012 New Year Honours List.

His achievements already include an Olympic gold medal and he was winner of the Global Champions Tour in both 2013 and 2014. In 2013, he was crowned the youngest ever LGCT Champion on 28 November in Doha which was also his 28th birthday.

 

Latest News Posts about Scott

Longines Global Champions Tour News

10 April 2017

Updates from this much anticipated global tour as Red Mills follows the world's top ranked show jumpers over 15 events - starting in Mexico City on the 6th of April, right through to Doha on November 9th.

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More Success for RED MILLS Ambassadors

04 July 2016

It has been another incredible two months for the RED MILLS Ambassadors, whose horses continue to shine on the world stage - benefiting from the availability of RED MILLS top quality products wherever they are in the globe.

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Latest Blog Posts about Scott

The Dublin Horse Show Gets Under Way

21 July 2016

The Dublin Horse Show Gets Under Way

As Rio 2016 Olympics takes place throughout August, the Dublin Horse Show has moved forward from its traditional dates but the schedule is as jam-packed with exciting events and the world’s top riders as ever.

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