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Seed of champion at the equestrian center

After the young Chanelle Laboureau, who was champion of France Club2 CSO this summer, it is the turn of Théo Lemarre, 18, the son of the house, to get noticed. This young champion, member of a Grand National team, was classified in Pro Elite Grand Prix 1.50 m events and joined the French junior team in the Nations Cup, in Fontainebleau, which won the victory.

Théo Lemarre not only excels in his passion for riding, but also performs well in his school results, since he obtained a Baccalaureate with a major in science with honors. Today, he is in computer BTS with the Cned (National Center for Distance Education), which allows him to ride a horse from 8 a.m. and for four hours to then project himself on his lessons.

“I want to do a job around horses, but I need training; I’m not immune to an accident or another problem and I need general knowledge”, confides Théo, who, decidedly, in addition to having his feet in the stirrups, also has his head on the shoulders. Théo Lemarre, very modestly, also admits being a black belt in judo, which is not incompatible with his true passion for horses.

Theo’s mother always trained him from a very young age. He rode ponies from the age of 18 months and really started training at 4 years old.

Recently, Théo stood out at Equita Lyon, a World Cup stage, one of the biggest events in France, by winning two show jumping events, Grand Prix 1.30 m and Grand Prix 1.25 m. .

Earl Grey de Saint-Georges , the 8-year-old mare trained by Theo, also has a lot to do with it. A mare bought at 4 years old from an owner who no longer wanted her because she had a slightly odd morphology.

Rider-horse complicity

A real story was forged between Théo and Earl Grey : “I have real confidence in her, the rider-horse bond is essential and is cultivated on a daily basis, sporting performance depends on this relationship”, relates the young rider, adding that his mare was temperamental and only liked him.

Confirming in the Grand National, being selected for the French young riders team and training young horses… these are the objectives that Théo has set for 2022-2023.

As for the projects, accompanied by his parents, Théo Lemarre wishes to improve the reputation of breeding through sporting performance, to become a professional rider and to perform at national and international level in order to represent the region and his commune with dignity.

Such goals and projects require a large financial commitment; Horse Attitude is currently looking for partners, sponsors, or owners who wish to entrust their horses.

Théo Lemarre has the ability and the will to carry out his projects, just as he undeniably has the profile of a future great champion.

Practice. For any contact, 06.13.20.58.08 or helen.brown58@sfr.fr

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