Australian Grand Prix rider Jayden Brown is going all and relocating to Great Britain to ensure optimal preparation and team selection possibilities in the lead-up to the 2022 World Dressage Championships and 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
Brown is the head rider at the state of the art equestrian facility Willinga Park in Bawley Point, owned by Australian business mogul Terrance "Terry" Snow. The horse facility, rumoured to have cost more than $100 million AUD, caters to all disciplines and breeds (stock horses) and recently expanded to include show jumping and eventing. Snow made his fortune as a commercial property developer and owner of Canberra airport.
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