Ben Maher leads British charge at the Horse Of The Year show
Ben Maher Leads British Charge at the Horse of the Year Show Show jumper Ben Maher makes his first competitive appearance in Britain since becoming the world No. 1 ranked rider when he lines up at the Horse of the Year Show at the NEC Birmingham. #HorseoftheYearShow, #BenMaher
Olympic champion Ben Maher has been crowned the leading riding at the London International Horse Show, 2012. Britain’s very own Ben, 29, won four classes on four horses during the competition at Olympia. Pictured here on Tripple XXX.
Ben Maher and Tripple XXX III win the iconic King George V Trophy at RIHS, Hickstead 2013. (Noelle Floyd.com) The historic King George V Gold Cup is one of the most prestigious prizes in British showjumping. Held annually at the Longines Royal International Horse Show at Hickstead, the grand prix class was open to male riders only until 2008. Although lady riders have been eligible to compete for the past 5 years, none have managed to add their names to the winners’ list so far.