.“Bosty” as everyone calls him is with no doubt the most appreciated rider of the circuit. For 30 years, this discrete and authentic man cumulates titles and victories. In 1990 he won team Gold at the World Championships in Stockholm, then team Silver in 1994 and 1998, he is the only French rider to have won three times the Nations Cup in Aachen and in 2013 he became the European Champion, not touching a single fence with his incredible mare Myrtille Paulois. Bosty is a true horseman, loving his horses more than anything, and a real fighter, always trying to stay on top of the sport. People not only love his unique riding style but also his kindness. Bosty is much more than a rider, everywhere he goes, he is welcomed as a hero. In 2014, despite a difficult year with Myrtille's injuries and horseswho retire themselve, he won 26 international classes including the GP World Cup with in Lyon with Qoud'Coeur the Loge after the farewell ceremony of Myrtille Paulois. 2015 marks a year of transition for the French rider as he trains some of his young horses and prepares them to compete in the five stars classes. He can particularly count on Pegase du Murier, with which he was in the jump-off during the Longines Grand Prix of Paris, Sangria du Coty, and Sydney Une Prince. All these horses assure him of a still long ride at the top level.
• French Champion in 1998 (Norton de Rhuys)
• Team gold medallist at the WEG of Stockholm 1990 (Norton de Rhuys)
• Team silver medallist at the WEG of La Haye 1994 (Souviens toi III) and Roma 1998 (Airborne Montecillo)
• Team bronze medallist at the European Championship of St-Gall 1995 (Souviens toi III)
• Team gold at the Mediterranean Games of Perpignan 1993 (Norton de Rhuys)
• Individual gold medallit at the European Championship of Donaeuschingen 2013 (Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois)
* 1st at the Lyon GP 2014 (Qoud'Coeur de la Loge)