Sarah Ennis

Sarah has competed for Ireland since 2002 on more than 50 horses in over 280 competitions and beat the legendary British rider William Fox-Pitt in her first international victory. In 2012 she won the three-star at Ballindenisk and was Ireland’s highest eventer on the world rankings. Her individual fifth was vital to Ireland winning silver at the 2018 World Equestrian Games. She has been riding Woodcourt Garrison AKA ‘Tyson’ since 2015. She is a qualified lab technician and mother of one. She works fulltime with horses, running Stellor Sport Horses in Batterstown, Co Meath with her husband Nikki Potterton. This is her Olympic debut.

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