Indian National Advanced Dressage Gold Medalist, CCI2* Eventer and 1.30m Showjumper.
Shashank Singh Kataria
"My journey as a horse rider began at the age of 15. I have now been riding for more than three years and train my own horses. I aspire to become one of the finest event riders the world has seen."
National Show Jumping Novice & Grade III Champion.
Shashank Singh Kataria and his horses A La Bon Heur & Rienroe Adare Acrobat grabbed the National Gold Medals for the Novice Individual, Novice Team and Grade III Individual categories, the National Silver Medal for Grade III category and the National Bronze medal for the Grade III Individual category.
Best Young Rider - Anand Delhi Horse Show 2023
Shashank Singh Kataria was awarded the Best young Rider Trophy in the Delhi Horse Show due to his excellent performance throughout the show with his horse - Rienroe Adare Acrobat. The pair were Gold Medalists in the Young Rider Show Jumping Normal, Young Rider Show Jumping Topscore, Silver Medallists in The Young Rider Jumping Puissance, and Bronze Medalists in the Young Rider Dressage apart from this Rienroe Adare Acrobat also placed 3rd in the renowned Open Show Jumping Competiton(1.30m) out of 35 Participants.
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Silver Medal, Prix ST. Georges - FEI WORLD DRESSAGE CHALLENGE(Indian Team Qualifier)
Silver Medal, Senior II - FEI WORLD DRESSAGE CHALLENGE(Indian Team Qualifier)
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Bronze Medal, CCI1*INTRO - Jaipur, 61st Cavalry.
October 4th, 2022
Placed 5th, CCI2*L - Chvalsiny Borova, Czech Republic.
Gold Medal, National Advance Dressage, Meerut.
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FEI world dressage challenge - Official result list
National Advance Dressage Champion
National Equestrian Championship 2022
Placed 10th, CCI 2*L and 2nd selection Trial For the 19th asian games
Asian Games Trials
GD Goenka World School
Shashank Singh Kataria & his horse Fleece Clover earned the 4th place amongst the 11 on the final day of the World Dressage Challenge, in Delhi – Young rider category
Shashank Singh Kataria showjumping in Netherlands
International Showjumping at Boekwittakers Netherlands.
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Shashank Singh Kataria
"Riding illuminates the recesses of my mind, it’s an exhilarating experience. It enables me to envision clarity and reflect on the other aspects of life with greater insight. It is poetry in motion, and dare I say my belief system. With every ride, I’m journeying internally, compartmentalizing, facing my fears, learning new lessons & understanding unconditional companionship.
I look forward to each and every day; the concept of ‘not wanting to get out of bed’ is alien to me. My passion for every minute I spend with my horse, to achieve my dreams and the intent to be consistent in dedicating my efforts to it has me excited each and every morning, brimming with enthusiasm for the day to start"
Shashank has learnt through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection.
A test of obedience, flexibility & balance.
Shashank has been graded up from Children 1 dressage to elementary dressage in a short span of 12 months. On this journey, he claims to have understood that dressage is the one true means of transforming a green horse into an advanced equestrian athlete.
Timed chronological obstacle course.
The most challenging equestrian sport as per Shashank. It is a test of the combination's endurance, strength & speed. He has shown tremendous improvement over the 6 months he has been eventing for. From pre-novice to now practicing lines & combinations of 2* level cross country, he's come a long way.
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Gurgaon, Haryana, India