Ramzy Hamad Al Duhami
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“My grand love for horses and their well-being is like none other,” says Ramzy Al Duhami, an Olympic veteran and champion show jumping rider from Saudi Arabia.
His goal for his equestrian business, Elite Horses, is "to be able to provide the Arab region with the same - if not higher - quality of equestrian services that other countries offer today. After all, we come from a part of the world where horses are a part of our identity and are revered as symbols of freedom, strength and power."
A partner in one of Saudi's leading contracting companies, Ramzy began riding as a 10-year-old, when his parents bought some small Arabian horses for their farm. A year later, Ramzy began competing, and when he was 12 his father sent him to further his equestrian education in Great Britain. At just the age of 14, he competed in his first international show in Dubai. From that point on, Ramzy was distinguished as being one of the first major show jumpers from Saudi Arabia, a founding rider in the sport.
When he was 17, Ramzy was one of only four Saudi riders chosen to train with the legendary jumping coach and rider, Bernie Traurig of the United States. Over the years he has also trained with Paul Schockemoehle, Nelson Pessoa and Stanny van Paesschen.
Ramzy won his first international gold medal at the Asian Games in 1991, followed the same year with another three medals at the Pan Arabian Games. He was named Asian Athlete of the Year for 1991.
He competed in the Olympic Games in 1996 and has continued to compete in every Olympic Games since. At the London 2010 Olympics, Ramzy once again galloped to glory, helping the Saudi team earn the team bronze medal.