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Lamb, Stephen

Australian Jumping Chef d’Equipe 1999 – 2012. more

Lang-McMahon, Michelle

In 1994 competed at the WEG in The Hague with Odds On and in 2002 competed at the WEG... more

Langehanenberg, Helen

Trained with Ingrid Klimke and Klaus Balkenhol. Won the 2005 World Young Dressage horse championship with Damon Hill, when... more

le Courtois, Bernard

Between 1979 and 1985 Bernard Le Courtois was a journalist and then the Editor of the French horse magazine... more

Le Goff, Jack

Born Louis Jean Le Goff in Orne, France, Le Goff served in the French Army and competed for the... more

Lehmann, Dr Gerd

Director of the Westfalien State Stud from 1966 to 1995. Dr Gerd Lehmann was born near the famous Trakehnen... more

Leone, Armand

Armand has packed many roles into his life already – an international showjumping competitor, an equestrian administrator, a doctor... more

Leone, Peter

Peter was the middle of the three showjumping Leone brothers, all of whom rode for the United States. He... more

Levett, Bill

Bill’s father had a passion for hoses and encouraged Bill and his four sisters to try riding as children.... more

Lichtwark, Marianne

Marianne Lichtwark was born in Freiburg, Breisgau, Black Forest, Germany, and upon finishing high school in 1976, she went... more

Loch, Sylvia

British born advocate of classical riding. Sylvia Loch started with ponies aged 8 and by the age of 15... more

Loriston-Clarke, Jennie

Jennie was from an equestrian family, her brother Michael rode in the three day event at the 1960 Olympics,... more

Lörke, Otto

Otto Lörke made such an impression during his military service that he was appointed to Emperor Wilhelm II’s personal... more

Lung, Gary

Gary started riding at the age of 9 years old in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.  In 1986 Gary... more