Trevor Breen needs no introduction to the showjumping world. Originating in Ireland, Trevor has ridden nationally and internationally all his life to great success. With selections for the Irish National Team and long-lists for both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, winning on huge stages such as HOYs and riding for the Nations Cup Teams, Trevor has had a consistently successful career on the international showjumping stage.
Trevor captured the hearts of many at Hickstead in 2014, where he won the infamous Hickstead Derby on Addy, the one-eyed wonder horse. Trevor and Addy had a phenomenal collection of wins at the All England Jumping Course, in total they won the British Speed Derby (2009), the Eventing Grand Prix (2012), the All England Grand Prix (2012) and the Queen Elizabeth II Cup. It is a record that no other horse has come close to matching at Hickstead and cemented Trevor as a beloved household name.
Trevor relocated from Ireland to England in 2011 with his wife Caroline, where they now reside in Sussex to run their joint venture, Breen Sport Horses. Caroline shares the passion for show jumping, riding with great success at national and international competitions alongside the rest of the Breen Sport Horses team.