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Nayel Nassar

Equine74 introduces you to one of its ambassadors: Nayel Nassar, a rider conquering the podiums of the greatest international shows, wether under the colors of his Global Champions League’s team, or the ones of Egypt. • Born in Chicago from Egyptian parents, he studied in Stanford, and came back to competition with Markus Beerbaum as a trainer. If Nayel is always well supported, his horses can also count on Equine74’s unique cares to stay in shape.

Hi Derek!

Jumping is my first love but I’ve always wanted to try polo and eventing.
That looks really fun.

Nayel Nassar

Hey Coleen!

That’s a good question. I wish I could ride year-round in California. The weather and lifestyle is unparalleled to me. Sunny and 75F all year.
But unfortunately California doesn’t have much of an international circuit so we end up traveling a lot to get access to FEI 3* and above.

Nayel Nassar

Hi Tessy,

Are you asking about my routine at home before leaving for a show? Or the day of competition? At home we like to keep things light especially the week of the show. A light jump school and good flatwork in an ideal scenario. Sometimes you have to train certain things with specific horses but in general I like to keep it simple and easy on them. The day of a big class I like to work the horse that I’m competing in the morning, and then try to take a nap between that and my big class. Sometimes that isn’t possible but it’s what I like to do to feel reenergized.

Nayel Nassar

Hi Gilles,

My best horse has a very quick but short stride. It’s an advantage at times, but often I find myself forced into tough situations because I’m not covering ground as easily as most horses. The perfect stride for me is a big stride with quick feet.

Nayel Nassar

Hi Daryl,

I feed Cavalor grain but any good nutritious diet is ideal when combining it with Equine 74 Gastric.

Nayel Nassar