Eoin Mcmahon

Eoin Mcmahon

Longines Rankings
Competing forIreland - IRL
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Number of starts: 946
Number of wins: 33
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2011 Studbook: AES Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2005 Studbook: HANN Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Jumping Born: 2007 Studbook: KWPN Sex: Male
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
08/05/2018 Mannheim CSI3* Table A 160 Leicester
07/05/2018 Mannheim CSI3* Table A 150 Nabab's Atlanto 11
07/05/2018 Mannheim CSI3* Six bar 140-160 Leicester 5
Ranking/Standing Horse Rank Points
Pan-American Rankings 632 185
Longines Rankings 1199 85
Combination in Jumping Baloukira 2033 85
General Interest
Injuries In May 2016 he suffered heavy bruising, a fractured vertabra in his neck, a broken finger and a concussion after a fall at the 2016 Grand Prix of Munich in Germany. His horse Questfinder had to be euthanised after the incident. (equnews.com, 11 May 2016; worldofshowjumping.com, 08 May 2016)
Sporting philosophy / motto "Practise like you've never won, perform like you've never lost." (Twitter profile, 03 Jun 2015)
Famous relatives His younger brother Conor has competed in equestrian jumping at two-star level. (horsesportireland.ie, 02 Apr 2016; horsetalk.co.nz, 18 Aug 2015)
Other information RIDING IN GERMANY
In 2013 he became a stable rider for Carl Hanley Sport Horses in Osnabruck, Germany. In 2016 he moved across Germany to Andreas Kreuzer's stables in Borgholzhausen. (independent.ie, 23 Apr 2017; equnews.com, 13 Oct 2016)

He was selected for the 2016 European Equestrian Federation Young Riders Academy. The academy offers six months' training at a top stables, plus an academic education. He trained in Germany with Marco Kutscher. "I joined the young riders academy programme because I knew that if I want to make it as a top class professional rider I needed some outside assistance." (ridersacademy.eu, 2018; independent.ie, 23 Apr 2017; worldofshowjumping.com, 01 Jul 2016)

Medals description

Olympic Games
Gold medal - First place Gold medal - First place
Silver medal - Second place Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked Ranked
FEI World Equestrian Games™
Gold medal - First Place
Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place