British Olympian and Horse & Hound guest editor Richard Davison was online on Monday 30 March for a one-hour live web chat. Richard discussed the features he commissioned for the dressage special issue of Horse & Hound, as well as answering readers’ questions on all dressage-related topics.
About Richard Davison
Richard remains one of Britain’s most successful dressage competitors. He has made an extensive contribution to the sport during his career not only as a rider, but also as a trainer and team manager. His knowledge and experience has helped steer dressage from being barely known among the general public to becoming the sport of the ‘dancing horses’ that Britain celebrated during London 2012.
A former Horse & Hound columnist, Richard has competed in four Olympic games including London 2012, where he scored 72.812% in the grand prix on Hiscox Artemis. He has been British team captain at a number of recent championships and was instrumental in helping the British squad to achieve team silver at the Windsor Europeans 2009. Richard is also a Fellow of the British Horse Society.