Freddie Rider - UK - Eventing
Freddie Norton - UK
Freddie Vazquez - Puerto Rico
Watch Eddie Macken & Carrolls Flight - 1986 Hickstead Grand Prix
Legendary Irish showjumping rider Eddie Macken was born 20th October, 1949. Eddie Macken had an illustrious career were he competed many fantastic horses, the horse he is most famous for riding is the great Boomerang, an Irish bred gelding with whom Eddie Macken won many major championships. Among Eddie`s career highlights is representing Ireland at two olympic games, Eddie Macken also won the hickstead derby four times in a row.
Watch Eddie Macken & Carrolls Flight - 1986 Hickstead Grand PrixPosted by Stable Express
Eddie Macken Showjumper
Eddie Macken Boomerang
Born 7th February 1911, Conty Meath, Ireland, Eddie Dempsey was a successful national hunt jockey throughout the 1930s and 1940s. Big wins include the 1941 Enniskerry Hurdle with Prince Regent and the 1947 grand national with Caughoo. After the grand national win Eddie Dempsey was accused of cheating by Daniel McCann who said he took a shorter route in the fog, the pair came to blows and the matter was settled in court. Eddie Dempsey retired at the end of 1950 season.
Eddie Dempsey HorsesCaughoo
Eddie Dempsey Competition Results01 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/1947 - Caughoo
01 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/1947 - Caughoo
Freddie 55 is a showjumping horse competed by David Coombs, produced from young horse classes Freddie 55 is now an 8 year old and is consistently jumping 1.40m classes with lots of scope and ability to go further. Freddie 55 has an excellent showjumping pedigree, a son of Quannon out of a No Limit mare.
Below you can watch a clip of Freddie 55 ridden in the 1.30m at Onley Equestrian Center.
Freddie De Giles
Freddie De Giles - UK
Tresaison Riverdance SOLD
Stunning 17hh fully registered BApS and ApHC M/W 6 year old Appaloosa gelding. By Dance With Wolves out of Cockeroost Shalimar (Almuntanabbi).
Well bred bay roan/dun snowcap. A real sweetie always happy and smiling! Fabulous looks and paces for dressage. Good conformation and excellent movement. Lightly competed in dressage and shown in-hand never unplaced. 100% to hack & traffic, etc. Very sad sale.
Bates Cair saddle, Stubben bridle and rugs available.
Eddie Dermody - Ireland - Showjumping Rider
Geir Eddie Kalland
Geir Eddie Kalland - Norway - Showjumping Rider
Eddie Castro - Panama - Jockey
Eddie Harty -
Eddie Harty HorsesHighland Wedding, Triomphe
Eddie Harty Competition Results01 - Aintree, Grand National - 04/09/1969 - Highland Wedding
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Irish Champion Hurdle - 23/01/1956 - Triomphe
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Arkle Novice Chase - 09/01/1956 - Triomphe
Eddie Moloney - Ireland - Showjumping Rider
Road Safety Hazards - Keep an eye on the traffic behind you and constantly listen and look for hazards that may panic the horse. Gratuitous hazards must be avoided by taking a diversion if feasible so as not to distress the horse.
Eddie Wright HorsesColebridge, Straight Fort.
Eddie Wright Competition Results01 - Fairyhouse, Irish Grand National - 03/04/1974 - Colebridge
01 - Punchestown, John Durkan Memorial Chase - 13/12/1972 - Straight Fort
01 - Punchestown, John Durkan Memorial Chase - 13/12/1971 - Straight Fort
George Edward Arcaro (February 19, 1916 â€“ November 4, 1997), known professionally as Eddie Arcaro , was an American Thoroughbred horse racing Hall of Fame jockey who won more American Classic Races than any other jockey in history and is the only rider to have won the U.S. Triple Crown twice. He is widely regarded as the greatest jockey in the history of American Thoroughbred horse racing.
Arcaro was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son of an impoverished taxi driver. Eventually nicknamed "Banana Nose" by his confreres, Arcaro won his first race in 1932 at the Agua Caliente racetrack in Tijuana, Mexico.
International showjumper Flight ridden by Eddie Macken
Eddie Brinkman - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Eddie Callaghan - Ireland - Horse Racing
Eddie Stewart -
Eddie Delahoussaye - USA - Jockey