When it comes to show jumping the FEI or Fédération Requester International (International Federation for Equestrian Sports) is the equestrian sport’s governing body on the global level with its headquarters in Lausanne which is the French-speaking area of Vaud in Switzerland.

Every month, FEI ranks the world athletes accordingly and apparently there are always some common names in the top ten rankings.

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As on 2nd September, the top ten rankings for 1530N remain the same as on August –

Tim Price

With 494 points, Tim Price from New Zealand is the defending champion for months now and he has been participant in 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics too.

At 40 years of age, Tim has been participating with horses named Wesco, Ringwood Sky (the horse used in Olympics) and Ascoma M.

Along with his wife Jonelle, they were the first New Zealander couple to participate in the Olympics. Fans would be all excited to see him competing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Oliver Townend

Having 478 points, Oliver from Great Britain had participated in the Caen FEI World Equestrian Games in 2014 with the horse Black Tie.

In 2006, he achieved 11th ranking in the FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen with the horse called Flint Curtis and in 2015, he secured 18th rank in World Championship Le Lion d’Alger’s with Sirs Chillout.

Now 37 years old, Oliver has faced a number of fatal injuries but has always won over them and in 2014, he even won the Best British Rider Tony Collins Award.

Piggy French

A 39 years old British female rider, Piggy with 465 points has secured 10th rank in the Tryon FEI World Equestrian Games with her horse Quarry crest Echo.

She also ranked 12 in the World Championship Le Lion d’Alger’s in 2015 with Mors wood and got 16th rank in FEI World Equestrian Games in Jakarta.

She also won the 2019 Badminton Horse Trials held in England.

Ingrid Klimke

This German Venting and Dressage athlete at an age of 51 is an Olympics champion.

In 2008 Beijing Olympics, with FRH Butts Abraxas horse, she got the individual rank of 5th and her team won the gold medal. In the next Olympics in London, her team got a gold medal again while she secured 25th individual rank with the same horse.

Her team got silver in the Rio Olympics in 2016 and she got 14th rank as an individual with the horse Sap Hale Bob Old.

Boyd Martin

This 40 years old American rider has a history of fatal injuries but that didn’t stop him in pursuing his passion and he was acknowledged as Venting Horseman in 2010 Chronicle of the Horse. Under Phillip Dutton’s guidance, he participated in 2012 London Olympics with Otis Barbieri and Rio Olympics in 2016 with Blackfoot Mystery – he secured 7th and 16th rank respectively.

With 2920 rank in Longlines, Christopher Burton from Australia and his team secured a bronze medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics and in 2012, his team ranked 6th in London Olympics. Tom McEwen, another British rider at only 28 years of age is a Silver medalist in 2014 Le Lion d’Alger’s World Championship and gold medalist in 2018 Tryon FEI World Equestrian Games. Jumping and Venting champion Michael Jung has Longlines ranking of 209th –he earned gold medal as individual in Rio Olympics and London Olympics consecutively.

FEI 9th ranker Lauren Kieffer got FEI gold medal in 2015 Toronto Continental/Regional Games for the team and 12th rank for team in Rio Olympics while 10th ranker Gemma Tattersall got a gold medal for team in 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games and 5th rank as team in Rio Olympics.

Apart from the top ten, FEI 37th ranker Kristina Cook is also popular among enthusiasts since she won bronze as individual and for team in 2008 Beijing Olympics and silver medal for the team in 2012 London Olympics. 41st FEI ranker Rosalind Canter is another popular name as she earned a gold medal in 2018 Tryon FEI World Equestrian Games. 

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