Competition has always been at the heart of Jeremy's equestrian career. A successful riding career includes a Three Day Eventing Silver Medal at the European Championships and a double victory in open and novice Combined Training at Wembley - to this day a feat that remains unequalled.
Personal highs in his career, however, include riding on the winning home team at the Punchestown CCI*** in Ireland in 1989 and competing at the inaugural World Equestrian Games in Stockholm 1990.
Jeremy has competed throughout Europe, Asia, and North America in a riding career that has spanned 25 years. He was honoured to have been consistently rated in top 20 riders in the world by the World Rankings between 1989 and 1993.
His competitive boots have now been hung-up.