Olympic Show Jumping Athlete

Martin Fuchs is an international show jumper who has been at the top of the FEI World Rankings consistently, has represented the country of Switzerland on the Olympic and World Equestrian Games stages and has won numerous top international Grand Prix classes throughout his career.

“I had a great experience with Clooney and the BEMER Horse-Set without knowing that he was using it. I was very surprised by how good he was to ride and I told my grooms that he was so nice to ride and that he hadn’t been that light and engaged in a long time. That is when they told me that he was using the BEMER Horse-Set! Usually I don’t use a lot of additional products, but I really felt a difference enough that I started using it on him and all of our horses.”

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About the Sport

Show jumping enjoys its place, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most popular and perhaps most recognizable equestrian events, aside from Thoroughbred horse racing. At its highest competitive level, show jumping is recognized as one of the three Olympic equestrian disciplines alongside both Dressage and Eventing. Essentially, what pole vaulting, high jump and hurdles are to track and field, show jumping is to equestrian sport. Athletes must navigate a technical track of jumps, leaving each rail in place while also being the fastest over the course to win.

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