Scott Brash

Growing up in Scotland, Scott spent his time riding ponies and competing across the UK, setting off on a career as a rider at the age of 16. Early in his career Scott began his rise up the world rankings competing for Great Britain on Nations Cup teams and at the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games. He claimed team gold at the London 2012 Olympics and made history in 2015 when he became the first rider to claim the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. Scott has had continuing success at the top level of competition and has remained in the top 20 ranked riders in the world since 2013.

“The best thing about Foran Equine and Connolly’s Red Mills is the support we receive. Their team comes in and treats every horse as an individual to help me get the best out of each of them. They make a programme for each horse and take into account their temperament, workload and what their training and show schedules include.

We receive the best of care from the team, they test our hay and haylage on a regular basis to ensure we are meeting the nutritional needs of all our horses. Both Red Mills and Foran Equine are available around the world this means that whether we are in Europe, China or America we can keep to the same diet and not have to switch, this is very important for me and for the health of my horses

The most important thing for me when working with any company is to ensure that my horses are their primary concern and the level of attention we get for our horses from Foran Equine and Connolly’s Red Mills is why I choose to work with these guys”

Career Highlights

2015 Rolex Show Jumping Grand Slam
2014 FEI World Cup Final - Individual Bronze
2013 European Championships Herning - Individual Bronze
2013 European Championships Herning - Team Gold
2012 Olympic Games London - Team Gold
2012 Olympic Games London - Individual 5th

Stable Star - Hello Sanctos

Scott has an impressive string of horses competing at the highest level including Hello Ursula and Hello Forever but Hello Sanctos was the horse that put Scott at the top of the game. Winning their first Grand Prix together in Florida they went on to win a team gold medal later that year at the London 2012 Olympics. The pair continued their success, winning team gold at the 2012 European Championships, the 2013 and 2014 Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) Series Championship, two 2015 LGCT Grand Prix victories and the Rolex Grand Slam.