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Edward Levy to the US and Brianne Goutal

Sunday, 01 November 2015
Sport

Edward Leyy.
Edward Leyy. Photo (c) Paillot Equestrian.

After spending time with Patrice Delaveau in France with the HDC Stables, and Ludger Beerbaum in Germany, Edward Levy  is now off to the United States to continue his career with Brianne Goutal’s Remarkable Farms. Levy has competed at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Europeans for juniors and young riders under the French flag.

Following Brianne’s shoulder surgery earlier this year, Edward will ride her string of show horses including Wirma, Zerneke as well as the promising French 6-year-old champion co-owned by Paillot Equestrian, Irco, during the Winter Equestrian Festival circuit in Wellington, Florida.

The young rider will bring along his Grand Prix mare, Starlette de la Roque, to benefit from the American exposure and experience. The plan is for Edward to continue his professional career, compete at the International level and climb up the FEI ranking list. Paillot Equestrian, now one of the leading importer of show horses in the United States, will be providing top level horses to support him in this endeavor.

“Being able to discover the American jumping scene is a wonderful opportunity, especially for a young rider such as myself. Doing it alongside Brianne Goutal and Paillot Equestrian is an added bonus!” comments Edward.

Remarkable Farms’ Brianne Goutal adds: “I am very happy to have such an up and coming skilled rider on my team to maintain and bring along my show horses while I am recovering.  He is without a doubt, one of the most talented riders in his age group; the partnership will enable me to come back competitive right away.”

Nicolas Paillot explains: “Finding a solution for Brianne, which also enables Edward to have an experience in the US aligns perfectly with the development of Paillot Equestrian’s activities as a true “bridge” between the United States and Europe.”

 

Source: Press release from Paillot Equestrian

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