“If Scott Brash likes eggs, I’ll bet he’d cook them sunny-side up. Known for his ice-cool nerve in the ring, he’s cheerful and positive in conversation, especially when discussing his horses’ characters. Talk about lockdown, and he refers to “differences” rather than difficulties – putting his own frustrations into perspective. Mention the Olympic postponement and…Details
Scott has announced that Ursula XII is retiring after an incredible career. Ursula, 17, owned by Lady Harris and Lady Kirkham, rounded things off with sixth place at the Rolex Grand Prix in Geneva. Scott and Ursula have been together since 2012 and, in an outstanding run of success together, they won the CN International…Details
Scott and Hello Franklin secured victory in Waregem in Belgium. In an eight-horse jump-off on the 1.40m track, Scott moved ahead of Billy Mexico and Goodtimes to take victory with a 0.42 second advantage over Gregory Wathelet and Bresil De Riverland. Scott also went close on Hello Shelby in the 5* 1.60m Grand Prix but…Details
Scott and Hello Shelby were victorious in the CS15* speedclass competition at the Stephex Masters. They ended with a time of 65.25 seconds to beat Laura Kraut and Zeremonie, who finished in 66.39 seconds, by more than a second. Scott was delighted with Shelby’s performance and was full of praise for the event in Brussels.…Details
Scott won the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London for the second straight year to thrill the home fans. Hello Mr President triumphed in a seven-horse jump-off, winning in a time of 38.88 seconds. It was record-breaking Scott’s 11 LGCT title and his second of the year following his success on Ursula in…Details
Scott’s Great Britain finished second behind Ireland after losing a jump-off at Hickstead. Riding Hello Shelby, Scott was eliminated in both rounds in tough conditions.
A weekend with Scott Brash. Clinic presented by Danny Forbes, DMF Productions.
Scott and Ursula XII pulled off a memorable win at the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in Mexico. Eight riders made it through to the jump off but Scott and Ursula beat second-placed Daniel Deusser by nearly two seconds. The win makes Scott the first rider to qualify for new Longines Global Champions Super…Details