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  • Roger-Yves Bost
  • Rijdt voor: France
  • Woonplaats: Barbizon
  • Leeftijd: 54

Roger-Yves Bost’s, or Bosty as he is affectionately know, began a career in show jumping because horses were his single biggest passion, and his supportive equestrian family remains his biggest influence to this day.
Following a collection of Young Rider Championship wins in his youth, Bosty has enjoyed a long and distinguished career. Famous for his unique riding style and his speed around a course, Bosty has enjoyed the patronage of Lady Georgina Forbes of Ireland since 2011 taking on her two top horses Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois and Vivaldo.
Bosty is a regular fixture on the French international team and has collected 8 major championship medals during his career. In 2007, he was honoured for his achievements by the French government receiving the Chevalier du Merite Agricole and Palme d’Or. In 2013, Bosty and Myrtille Paulois won European Individual Gold in closely fought competition.
Bosty’s motto is ‘it’s never finished.’ Bosty has won nearly €4million in prize money during his career.
Bost has been competing in the LGCT since 2006
 

Fast facts

Competed in the 1996 Olympic Games, finishing 4th in the Team event
2016 Olympic Games team gold medallist with Sydney Une Prince

1990 World Championship Team Gold medallist with Norton de Rhuys
1994 World Championship Team Silver medallist with Souviens Toi III Equus
1998 World Championship Team Silver medallist with Airborne Montecillo

1983 European Championships Young Riders individual gold and team bronze
1984 European Championships Young Riders team gold
1985 European Championships Young Riders individual silver and team silver
1986 European Championships Young Riders team bronze
Competed in the 1991 European Championships, finishing 4th in the Team event
1995 European Championship Team Bronze medallist with Souviens Toi III Equus
Competed in the 2009 European Championships
2013 European Championship individual gold medallist with Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois
Competed in the 2017 European Championships

Competed in 9 FEI World Cup Finals: 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2013 and 2018

2016 Global Champions League Team Rider for Cannes Stars
2017 Global Champions League Team Rider for Shanghai Swans