Showjumping Nominations for the Paris 2024 Olympics

Harry Charles (GBR) and Sherlock - winners of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023/24 - La Coruña (ESP) Copyright ©FEI/Mackenzie Clark

British Equestrian and the British Showjumping Selectors have confirmed the 12 athlete and horse combinations nominated for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. These combinations will be submitted to the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) by June 25, 2024, with only those on the list eligible for final selection by the British Olympic Association.

Harry Charles and Ben Maher are each nominated with three mounts, including Charles’s most prominent ride, Romeo 88.

The nominated athletes, in surname alphabetical order, and their horses are:

Scott Brash (38) from Horsham, West Sussex, with: Hello Jefferson (15-year-old bay gelding); and Hello Valentino (10-year-old grey gelding)

Harry Charles (24) from Alton, Hampshire, with: Aralyn Blue (12-year-old bay mare); and Romeo 88 (15-year-old bay gelding); and Sherlock (11-year-old bay stallion) – feature image.

Tim Gredley (38) from Newmarket, Suffolk, with: Imperial HBF (11-year-old black gelding), and Medoc de Toxandria (12-year-old bay gelding)

Ben Maher (41) from Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, with: Dallas Vegas Batilly (11-year-old bay mare); and Enjeu de Grisien (10-year-old bay gelding); and Point Break (10-year-old bay stallion)

Joseph Stockdale (24) from Roade, Northamptonshire, with: Equine America Cacharel (13-year-old bay mare)

Robert Whitaker (41) from Horley, Surrey, with: Vermento (11-year-old black stallion)

The final selection will consider the fitness and performance of both athletes and horses, with changes possible until June 25, 2024. The official Team GB squad will be announced in late June, including the four combinations to compete in Paris and the reserves.

British Equestrian have now announced dressage, eventing and para-dressage nominated riders, alongside showjumping. You can find out the details for these on our Paris 2024 page here.

The British Equestrian World Class Programme, supported by the National Lottery and UK Sport, plays a crucial role in preparing teams for senior championships. The Programme acknowledges the invaluable support from team partners and suppliers, including Bates Saddles, Dodson & Horrell, Fairfax & Favor, NAF, Toggi, Equi-Trek, Horseware, Lotus Romeo, Marksway Horsehage, and Point Two.


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