Emile Faurie

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Rider Emile Faurie
D.O.B Oct 1963
Lives Oxfordshire
Horses

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Emile Faurie

Biography

Emile first started riding when he was 15 after he pestered his parents to get riding lessons for his birthday. As a young pupil, he spent time working at the Talland School of Equitation before moving Germany where he worked for Performance Sales International, preparing young horses for auction.

In 1993, Emile won his first senior medals at the European Championships in Lipica, Slovakia with Virtu, a horse he had been crowned British National Champion with; as they helped the team win Team Silver whilst they took Individual Bronze.

His next team horse was Legrini who he trained from the age of four up to International Grand Prix level and they were then selected for the 1997 and 2001 Europeans as well as the 1998 World Equestrian Games.

At the European Championships at Hickstead in 2003, he won a bronze medal Rascher Hopes - the same horse he took to the Olympic Games in 2000. In total, Emile has appeared for Great Britain at two Olympic Games, three World Equestrian Games and four European Championships.

CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

2011 European Championships: Team Gold (Elmegardens Marquis)
2003 European Championships: Team Bronze (Rascher Hopes)
2002 World Equestrian Games: (Rascher Hopes)
2000 Olympic Games: (Rascher Hopes)
1998 World Equestrian Games: (Legrini)
1997 European Championships: (Legrini)
1994 World Equestrian Games: (Virtu)
1993 European Championships: Team Silver and Individual Bronze (Virtu)
1992 Olympic Games: (Virtu)