The Olympian was competing in a World Cup qualifier at Mechelen, Belgium
As the master horseman takes a step back from team duties to concentrate on other equine avenues, we take a look back at some of his greatest achievements
'He's a legend in his own lifetime, a complete horseman and a man who is deeply involved in the development of the sport'
One of the strongest equestrian nations has named two of its teams for the upcoming Games
Ireland are dealt another blow as Bertram Allen is disqualified after blood is discovered on his horse. Michael Whitaker promoted to first place
Britain lies fourth after the second day of jumping in Aachen, with Joe Clee keeping third individually
Two of Britain's showjumpers are in the top 10 after great performances in the European Championships opening competition today
The leading British showjumper narrowly missed out on beating the record for the amount of time he spent in the number one spot
Showjumping legend John Whitaker is Horse & Hound’s guest editor this week (2 April issue) and he gave himself the assignment of interviewing world number two Ludger Beerbaum
Scott Brash takes the Longines Global Champions Tour title for the second year in a row
Britain's Scott Brash will battle it out against Germany's Ludger Beerbaum and Sweden’s Rolf-Göran Bengtsson to claim the overall honours
Kent Farrington (USA) and Germany’s Christian Ahlmann are among a group of riders to have pulled out of the penultimate round of the individual championship at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. Christian and Codex One were in 10th position in the individual standings, 5pen behind the leaders, going through…
Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos jumped a sensational triple clear in front of the home crowd in London to win the Longines Global Champions Tour grand prix and pocket a cool €148,500. “I feel like the luckiest person right now,” said Scott, 28, who heads to the Alltech FEI World…
Hundreds of journalists welcome a plane-load of horses in to Shanghai airport for the inaugural Longines Global Champions Tour event this weekend
Study shows maintenence of surface is key
German showjumper Daniel Deusser keeps his cool to be crowned the 2014 winner of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping final, with Scott Brash taking third
One British and 2 Irish riders are gunning for an place on a new European elite program designed to help future stars.
Is the new-look Nations Cup circuit in danger of falling flat? Are riders abandoning teams to concentrate on big money shows?
Have you always dreamt of being trained by one of your equestrian heroes or heroines? We take a look at some of the training opportunities that the stars are offering and how you can get your hands on them
The German showjumping star has ruled himself out of selection for the German team for London 2012