2008 Person Gold Medalist & Entire world Winner Present Jumper. He's been described as leaping as if springs have been in his hooves. Hickstead, the sixteen-hand bay Dutch Warmblood ridden by Canadian Olympic medalist, Eric Lamaze, was presently a legend of his activity ahead of his premature dying in November, 2011. The Entire world Breeding Federation of Activity Horses ranked Hickstead (dependent on his performance record) the world's top display jumper. Jointly, Eric and Hickstead received Person Gold and Team Silver medals at the 2008 Olympics. In 2010, Hickstead's four thoroughly clean rounds at the Entire world Equestrian Games in the display leaping championships gained him recognition as "Greatest Horse" for his willpower.
2008 Olympic individual gold medalist and world champion show jumper
Hickstead comes with a monogrammed blanket
Sculpted by equine artists, each Breyer model is hand-painted and crafted by artisans
Model is sturdy and warm to the touch, and perfect for play or display
Highly collectible, Breyer Traditional models are often passed down from parent to child and are cherished for generations