Graham Fletcher has also won the leading showjumper of the year at the horse of the year show as well as two British national championship titles.
After his retirement from the jumping arena, Graham Fletcher remained heavily involved in the sport, training riders and horses, he also regularly appears on television commentating as well as being a regular columnist in the horse and hound.
Graham Fletcher no longer competes, but he continues to train both horse and rider, in addition to supporting his wife`s showjumping career. Graham Fletcher commentates on the sport regularly for major TV companies and in Britain’s leading equestrian magazine `Horse and Hound`.
Graham Fletcher HorsesBurnbrook Again, Buttevant Boy, Hideaway, Laura`s Choice, Master Miniott, Preachan
A show jumping horse competed by leading British rider and horse and hound columnist Graham Fletcher. â€“ Horse Database >> Showjumpers >> Burnbrook Again.
A legendary showjumper Buttevant Boy was competed by a 16 year old lad from Yorkshire named Graham Fletcher, who together blazed around europes top shows beating the show jumping elite. Graham Fletcher was given the ride on the Buttevant boy as a fo
Competed by Yorkshire showjumper Graham Fletcher Hideaway was jumped at the highest level including representing the United Kingdom at the 1976 Olympic game in Montreal
Competed by both Graham Fletcher and his wife Laura Fletcher Laura`s Choice is an extremely talented show jumping horse. With both riders Laura`s Choice found herself coming home with rosettes and sashes from show on the national and international s
Another horse from the show jumping yard of leading UK show jumping rider and columnist for the horse and hound magazine, Graham Fletcher. Master Miniott was competed as a young horse in 1990 Graham and Master Miniott claimed the Grade B championship
Competed internationally by Graham Fletcher Preachan represented the United Kingdon show jumping team in many nation cups and grand prix`s in 1980 Graham and Preachan competed at the alternative Olympics in Rotterdam, Holland (after many countries bo
Graham Fletcher Competition Results30 - Royal International Horse Show - Hickstead, Grand Prix Two rounds - 01/01/2004 - Laura`s Choice
10 - Horse Of The Year Show, Dengie Alfa A Cup - 11/10/2003 - Laura`s Choice
01 - British Open Show Jumping Championship, Home International Challenge - 27/04/2003 - Laura`s Choice
07 - British Open Show Jumping Championship, Grandstand Stakes - 26/04/2003 - Laura`s Choice
10 - Horse Of The Year Show, 1.50 Two phases - 01/01/2003 - Laura`s Choice
07 - Horse Of The Year Show, Daewoo Championship - 07/10/2002 - Laura`s Choice
03 - ROYAL BATH & WEST SHOW, AIT - 30/05/2002 - Laura`s Choice
02 - Redpost, Totnes, South West Adult Championship - 29/04/2002 - Laura`s Choice
10 - Royal International Horse Show - Hickstead, 1.50 Against the clock - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
07 - Horse Of The Year Show, 1.55 Two rounds - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
26 - Royal International Horse Show - Hickstead, Grand Prix Mixed comp. - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
10 - Royal International Horse Show - Hickstead, 1.45 Against the clock - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
09 - Great Leighs, 1.50 Mixed comp. - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
15 - Great Leighs, Grand Prix Two rounds - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
05 - Great Leighs, 1.45 Mixed comp. - 01/01/2002 - Laura`s Choice
08 - Royal Cornwall Show, Daewoo Grand Prix - 12/06/2001 - Laura`s Choice
03 - The College E C BSJA Premier Show, National 1.40 M - 22/01/2001 - Laura`s Choice
05 - Hickstead - Derby Meeting, Mixed comp. - 01/01/1999 - Burnbrook Again
03 - Hickstead - Derby Meeting, Two phases - 01/01/1999 - Burnbrook Again
01 - Horse Of The Year Show, Grade B Championship - 07/10/1990 - Master Miniott
02 - Olympics, Individual - 29/07/1980 - Preachan
07 - Olympics, Individual - 29/07/1976 - Hideaway
30 - Olympics, Team - 29/07/1976 - Hideaway
30 - Olympics, Individual - 22/05/1976 - Hideaway
01 - Aachen, Grand Prix - 01/01/1975 - Buttevant Boy
1 - , - 15/12/1973 - Buttevant Boy
Laura`s ChoiceBorn in 1990 Laura`s Choice is talented jumping horse with wins and placings with her rider Grahan Fletcher and his wife. Successes for Laura`s Choice include winning the Home International Challenge at the British Open Show Jumping Championships in 2003, 3rd place in the AIT at Bath & West as well as placings at Hickstead, Royal Cornwall horse show, horse of the year show and many other top showjumping events
HideawayHideaway was a talented jumper competed by Michael Saywell, Graham Fletcher and Malmcolm Pyrah, Hideaway represented the UK at two olympics the first with Michael Saywell in 1972 in Munich were the British team finished fourth narrowly missing out on a bronze medal. Hideaway would represent Great Britain again at the 1976 olympics in Montreal, Canada this time with Yorkshire rider Graham Fletcher, Graham Fletcher would also win one of the worlds most prestigious grand prix`s in Aachen.
Burnbrook AgainBurnbrook Again was a horse competed by British showjumper Graham Fletcher, successes of Burnbrook Again includes winning the Grade B Championship at the horse of the year show in 1990
Master MiniottBorn in 1984 Master Miniott was Produced as a young horse by Graham Fletcher and was crowned Grade B champion at the horse of the year show in 1990. Master Miniott would later be competed by sisters Emma Rust and Sara Rust on the international jumping circuit.
PreachanAn international showjumper Preachan was competed by Graham Fletcher, representing the United Kingdom at many events, including grand prix`s and nation cup`s. In 1980 Graham and Preachan jumped at the alternative Olympics in Rotterdam, Holland together the pair won an individual silver medal.
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Graham DaltonGraham Daltons love of horses began at the age of 16, he spent just a short 6 months competing ponies before moving onto showjumping horses. His parents believed that for Graham to progress to a good level in his career, his flatwork was crucial. Therefore, he was sent to Major Lynch at Westerham for intensive training to learn the correct way to back and produce young horses. Graham then continued to have a sucessful career in showjumping on the county circuit. In 1970, Grahams best horse Abbey Larah was jumping in an international class in Hicksteads main ring when unfortunately she slipped at the water jump breaking her leg leaving her to be put to sleep at the scene. From then on Grahams interests turned to breeding. He soon realised that with limited funds he could never replace Abbey Larah and breeding his own ` superstar ` was his only option. His first stallion was bought in 1971 from Albert Davidsons racing yard. He was a 16.1h bay TB stallion named Polynia. From there he purchased graded stallions Hasardeur and Azuro. His breeding program then began...
Graham met his future wife Julie in 1979 and they married in 1980. In 1983 they had their first and only son Ben.
Ben was not interested in the horses until he was around 15, leaving Graham to run the business single handedly, with a serious knee injury Graham was not competing anymore. He was just breeding ten or so horses a year to sell on and had the odd competition horse in to ride. At 15, Ben decided that horses would be worth a go and he started riding Buster, a scruffy little coloured pony that had come in in part exchange. As soon as he started winning on this talented little pony there was no stopping him. Graham and Ben then ran the breeding business together and they also started buying some horses for Ben to compete. Ben has had a successful career on horses jumping classes including Grand Prix`s Young riders european trials, International speed classes, Hicksteads Speed Derby and he was the highest placed british rider in the Masters at the international competition Panhof.
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Double BrandyInternational show jumping horse Double Brandy competed by Graham Fletcher
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Buttevant BoyButtevant Boy was instrumental in helping British showjumper Graham Fletcher becoming a household name. Graham Fletcher started riding the talented gleding at the age of four by the sixteen year old Yorkshiremen. Together the pair showed promise from the star qualifying for the foxhunter final at the horse of the year show, within a year Buttevant Boy was a grade A the success would continue and would numerous competitions and classes all around the world.
Buttevant Boy was 16.3hh bred out of an Irish mare with an unknown pedigree sired by a thoroughbred stallion. Graham Fletcher and Buttevant Boy had a long career, after 14 years competing together Buttevant Boy suffered a tendon injury and was retired, he spent 12 years in retirement at Graham Fletcher`s yard before being put to sleep at the age of 30.
(12 Aug 1971) The climax of this year`s International Horse Show in Dublin was when Graham Fletcher, riding Buttevant Boy, won the Irish Government Trophy for Britain.
Graham Fletcher on Buttevant Boy