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Lars Sederholm

Lars Sederholm, is former Consultant Head of Training for the British Showjumping Association and has been one of the leading trainers and mentors in the equestrian world for the last forty years.

There have been at least two of Sederholm's pupils at every Olympic, World, and European Championship in Horse Trials since 1962. He has been involved with the training of teams for the Olympic Games for four different nations, has trained international show jumpers, three-day eventers, Grand Prix dressage riders and horses, leading racehorses and current international riders, trainers and judges.

For some time, Sederholm was based in Oxfordshire at the Waterstock House Training Centre.


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