Why this association ?

" Horse riding is an individual sport in all its glory and extravagance. I have always found the considerable investment needed to practice it at the highest level unreasonable. For instance, unlike football, we do not benefit from joint training facilities or technical support on a daily basis. A rider is often alone and forced to take on excessively heavy loads, which can prevent us from practicing our activity as we would wish.

JUMP FIVE represents the future of our sport: pooling talents, skills and means through  Kevin, the Coudrettes stud Farm (Haras des Coudrettes) and myself. A modern vision of our discipline turned towards sport but also to training and trade.

I am delighted to support a project that will enable us all to enter another dimension. "

  • Baritchou DBT *HDC
  • Carinjo 9*HDC
  • Lacrimoso 3*HDC
  • Orient Express*HDC
  • Ornella Mail*HDC
  • Quenndal de Lojou*HDC

  • Patrice Delaveau

    Born in 1965 in Eure, father to 3 children, Patrick Delaveau chose to live in Normandy, in the little town of Le Pin, between Lisieux and Pont L’Eveque. He began riding at the age of 6 and had secured his Second Degree/Galop 7 by the time he reached 11. In 1979 he won the French Championships for Cadets, followed by the French Championships for Juniors in both 1980 and 1981. In 1985 he won the Young Riders French Championships and the individual gold medal and the team silver at the European Young Riders Championships.

    At 21 he became the youngest French rider ever to win a medal at a major championships, taking bronze as part of the French team at the World Championships in 1986. During his early career he competed with Etendard du Nord, Iéna A and Laeken HN but he has ridden several other horses at top level, whose names remain famous: Jumpy des Fontaines, Jaguar Mail, Haxelle Dampierre, Vicomte du Mesnil, Envoyé special, or indeed Orient de Frebourg… In 2010 he won the silver team medal at the World Equestrian Games.

    With Ornella Mail*HDC, Orient Express*HDC, Lacrimoso3*HDC and Quenndal de Lojou*HDC, Patrice has a fine team of horses with which he can plan for the future. World vice-champion in the team event in Lexington in 2010, today Patrice has his sights set on the next World Equestrian Games which will take place in Caen in 2014.

    As of June 2012, Patrice is 13th on the FEI World Rolex Rankings List.


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