Showjumping

In showjumping, combinations tackle set courses of knockable fences, with the aim being to leave the fences up and finish inside the time allowed. The main characteristics of the sport are speed, agility and accuracy of both the rider and the horse. The aim is to finish the round without accruing any penalties for knocking down or refusing fences, or for exceeding the time allowed. Combinations scoring zero penalties will then ride a shorter jump-off course against the clock, with the fastest clear round winning. 

At senior level, showjumping is contested at European, World and Olympic level. 

The World Class Programme is designed to provide a targeted approach to British athletes demonstrating high potential in the equestrian Olympic and Paralympic sports, including showjumping, by offering the right support and environment to enable them to realise their medal-winning potential. There are four levels to the World Class programme...

  • Podium
  • Podium Pathway
  • Podium Potential
  • Podium Potential Pathway

Podium

  • Scott
    Brash MBE
  • Amanda
    Derbyshire
  • Ben
    Maher MBE
  • Holly
    Smith

Podium Pathway

  • James
    Wilson
  • William
    Whitaker

Podium Potential

  • Alison
    Barton
  • Jamie
    Gornall
  • Amy
    Inglis
  • Georgia
    Tame
  • Alexandra
    Thornton
  • Helen
    Tredwell
  • Ellen
    Whitaker

Podium Potential Pathway

  • India
    Bussey
  • Benjamin
    Clark
  • Allana
    Clutterbuck
  • Gregory
    Hill
  • Matilda
    Lanni
  • Oliver
    Tuff
  • Emily
    Ward