Dressage Rider Jayden Brown selected for Paris Olympics

July 5, 2024 11:12 am in by

Australian dressage rider Jayden Brown has been selected for the 2024 Australian Olympic team on Willinga Park-owned horse Quincy B.

This exceptional achievement marks a significant milestone in Jayden’s impressive career and highlights his dedication and talent in the sport of dressage.

Jayden joined the Willinga Park Elite Athletes program alongside Eventer Hazel Shannon in early
2020 and has since made remarkable strides in his career.

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In May 2022, Jayden relocated to Great Britain to ensure optimal preparation for the 2022 World
Dressage Championships and the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

This strategic move aimed to maximize his training opportunities and enhance his chances of Olympic selection.

Jayden’s journey in the dressage world has been nothing short of impressive. He made headlines when he represented Australia at the 2008 Young Rider World Cup Final on Widelo and the 2013 World Young Horse Championships on San Andreas.

Between 2012 and 2016, Jayden made his CDI breakthrough aboard Furst Friedrich, competing at both small and big tour levels.

Jayden Brown was thrilled by the announcement, “I couldn’t be more excited about representing Australia at my first Olympics with Quincy B, a horse I have trained since he was three years old. I’m
incredibly grateful to Terry and Ginette Snow, Quincy’s owners, who have supported this dream, and
I could not have done it without them.”

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Terry Snow, owner of Willinga Park, says he’s strived to contribute to the Olympic sport of dressage by creating the best facilities in Australia, where riders of all levels can qualify for international standing.

“Willinga Park fully supports Australia’s athletes across equestrian disciplines and future Australian Olympians,” he says.

“We couldn’t be more excited about his selection and cannot wait to see him perform on the world
stage. The whole Willinga Park team is proud of Jayden Brown and his Olympic journey, and we
congratulate him on this remarkable achievement. We are confident that Jayden and Quincy B will
represent Australia and Willinga Park with distinction at the Paris 2024 Olympics,” he said.