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Tim Gredley and Unex Omega Star win Prix Domaine Du Mont D’Arbois in Megeve

British rider Tim Gredley  won Friday's 1.50m Longines ranking class at the CSI 3* in Mégeve on Friday (18 July) aboard the 12 year old Irish Sport Horse ‘Unex Omega Star’.

Gredley was the fastest double clear in a time of 33.56 seconds, beating the Belgian François Mathy Jr and d’Atlantique Royale, who acquired a time of 34.13 seconds.

French rider Jean Luc Mourier was in third with Wisconsin with a time of 35.05 seconds. Out of 83 starters there were 14 clears in the first round and 5 double clears.

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Tim Gredley and Unex Omega Star win the Grand Prix of Spangenberg

Tim Gredley and Unex Omega Star win the Grand Prix of Spangenberg

Great Britain's Tim Gredley and the stallion Unex Omega Star (Quick Star x Quatoubet du Rouet) won the CSI3* Grand Prix Spangenberg Sunday afternoon. The British rider saw seven strong German riders behind him in the twelve-horse jump-off, as he finished off an impressive British show jumping-weekend.

Despite a strong field of home riders second place went to Jan Vinckier from Belgium and the ten year old Diamant de Semilly-mare Emilie de Diamant A S, with Amy Graham from Australia and Bella Balouet (Baloubet du Rouet x Landadel) in third place. Then six German riders followed with Jan Sprehe, larns Nieberg, Max Kühner, Nisse Lüneburg, Andreas kreuzer and Markus Renzel.

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Addington Manor Tuesday Summer Special

Good results yesterday.

Unex Billy Dream came first in the Newcomers 1st Round class and Unex Cognac finished 2nd in the Horse and Hound Foxhunter - 1st Round/1.20m Open.

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London Marathon

Well done Tim!  Finish time 3:42:22

Thanks to all those who sponsored.  Your donations are helping St John Ambulance to carry on with their work

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London Marathon Sunday 13th April

Tim Gredley will be running on Sunday to raise money for St John Ambulance.  Please visit his fundraising page at for details


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Tim Gredley wins the 2014 Suncast $25,000 Leading Horse & Rider Award in Wellington

As the conclusion to the twelve-week Suncast 1.50m Championship Jumper Series, Sunday's class served as the final allocation of points for the overall standings for the $25,000 Leading Horse and Rider Award. The bonus money was presented to Great Britain's Tim Gredley and Unex Omega Star as the horse and rider combination who gained the most points throughout all twelve classes of the circuit. Unex Omega Star is a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding by Quick Star x Quatoubet du Rouet, owned by Unex Competition Yard Ltd.

 Tim Gredley started training with living legend Nick Skelton this winter. "I have been training with Nick now for the last four months, and he has made a big difference for all of them, but especially that horse."

Speaking about the bonus, Gredley stated, "It is really nice, because although I haven't won one of the 1.50m classes, he has been consistently in the top three or five all the way through. It is nice for the horse to be rewarded for doing that. Over the last couple of weeks I noticed that I was up there in the standings for the bonus and Nick Skelton, my trainer, basically said that we should aim to just try to get a result in that. We jumped a double clear last week and got sixth. Then getting a time fault yesterday actually, in a funny way, kind of helped me today because I knew I couldn't really win the class. These guys were all clear, so the plan was just to jump another clear and try to get a few more points, and luckily it went to plan."

Gredley has had Unex Omega Star for a year now and explained that he has made a lot of progress with the horse since he started training with Skelton this winter.

"I struggled with him a little bit because he is by Quick Star and he is a bit sharp in his head, but the last three or four months especially, we have changed a lot with him in the way that I ride him," Gredley said. "The whole program that we have with him at home now is very different and it seems to be working. I changed a lot with all of the horses in the last few months with the feed and the stuff that we do at home. We tend not to ride him as much at home now. Just little things that I really didn't think would make much of a difference have made a big difference for him. I have been training with Nick now for the last four months, and he has made a big difference for all of them, but especially that horse."

Gredley first came to Wellington in 2006 when he was 20 years old and then took a couple of years off from riding to learn the family real estate business. He now splits his time between riding and real estate and travels between Wellington and his home in England.

"The weather is always a good start, especially when you speak to everyone at home," he said of the perks of competing in Florida. "It is really nice, especially because I have a really great team of people at home, and it is nice for them not to have to change shows every single week. The horses can basically jump from home. I especially find when we go home that it is hard for them to have to keep changing and going on the road every single week, so that is probably one of the biggest plusses to be here."

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WEF Rider Challenge

The latest FTI Consulting Rider Challenge Rankings list has Tim Gredley in 4th place.

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WEF Week 5

Unex Cognac won one of the 7 year olds classes and came 6th in the other both with double clears.

Unex What A Carnute K has started his campaign with a 9th place finish and double clears in the 1.30m class.

Unex Chamberlain Z came 5th in the $125,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Round 5 with another double clear.

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FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge - WEF 4

The team of Tim Gredley, Nicole Bellissimo and Yasmin Rizvi finished in 6th place with a time of 96.867 and awarded Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc. $75,000 of the $2.25million pot.

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WEF Week 3

Unex Billy Dream wins the 7 year olds class and Unex Cognac is 5th, also with a double clear.

Unex Chamberlain finished 6th in the $34,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Round 3 and qualified for the $125,000 Fidelity Investments CSI3* Grand Prix where he came 9th.

Unex Omega Star meanwhile finished 3rd in the $34,000 Suncast 1.50m Classic and 4th in the $34,000 Spy Coast Farm 1.45m Speed Challenge.

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