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    Carl Hester MBE (born 29 June 1967 in Cambridgeshire, England) is a British dressage rider competing at Olympic level. As of 8 August 2012, the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) rank him 12th in the world riding Uthopia. In 2012, Hester formed part of the Great Britain Dressage team that won gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

  2. On my website I want to give you a glimpse of life at the yard. Valegro is still the number one superstar and enjoys plenty of time in his paddock with Uthopia as his companion next door. They both enjoy hacking, occasional schooling and being pampered, they also love visitors and being made a fuss of, two very adored elder statesmen. All the ...

  3. Carl Hester MBE (Sark, 29 de junho de 1967) é um adestrador de elite britânico, campeão olímpico. Carreira. Carl Hester representou seu país nos Jogos Olímpicos de 1992, 2000, 2004 e 2012, na qual conquistou no adestramento por equipes a medalha de ouro, em Londres 2012. [1]

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  4. Learn about Carl Hester's journey from a donkey-riding boy on Sark to a world-class dressage competitor and coach. Discover his achievements, his horses, his yard and his passion for horsemanship.

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  5. 16 de out. de 2023 · Learn about the life and career of Carl Hester, the most successful British dressage rider, who has won Olympic medals and trained Charlotte Dujardin. Find out how he keeps his horses happy, what advice he gives to aspiring riders and how he prepares for Paris 2024.

  6. Carl Hester. 245,089 likes · 33 talking about this. Official Face Book page of Carl Hester MBE Olympic Gold Medalist. Official website:

  7. 15 de mar. de 2018 · Learn from the five-time Olympian and world-class horseman Carl Hester about his training tips, strategies and philosophies for dressage. He shares his advice for young professionals, emphasis on horsemanship, focus on rider position, priorities for 4-year-olds and more.