Tim Stockdale was an English equestrian who competed in the sport of show jumping. Stockdale competed in international competitions and rode a number of horses, owned by both himself and others. He wrote a number of books and produced a three-part training video titled Successful Showjumping With Tim Stockdale. Stockdale had a show jumping career on a number of different horses. In 2000, he and Traxdata Winston Bridget placed sixth in the London Olympia CSIW Grand Prix. In 2002, he represented Great Britain at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain with Fresh Direct Parcival. 2006 saw Stockdale narrowly miss out on the Olympia Grand Prix title to Eugenie Angot, coming second on Fresh Direct Corlato, a mare with whom greater things were to come. Stockdale in 2007 won the Nantes Grand Prix and Bordeaux Grand Prix with Corlato on consecutive weekends, as well as placing fifth in the CN International "Million Dollar" Grand Prix.
|Full name:||Tim Stockdale|
|Born:||12 August 1964, Worksop, England|
|Died:||14 November 2018 (aged 54)|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.77 m)|
About Tim Stockdale
Equestrian and show jumper who won the Nantes Grand Prix and Bordeaux Grand Prix in 2007. He was one of the preeminent figures in the sport of show jumping, writing several books and releasing a video series on the subject.
He was born in Worksop and first represented Great Britain in show jumping in 1988.
He hosted the series "Only Fools on Horses" for Sport Relief and has taught many famous people to show jump.
He married a woman named Laura. He had a son named Joseph. He passed away after a battle with stomach cancer.
He and Ellen Whitaker are both famous English show jumpers.
Information related to Tim Stockdale
- British show jumping riders
- Olympic equestrians of Great Britain
- Equestrians at the 2008 Summer Olympics