Ajai won the FEI World Show Jumping 3 times in a row on 3 different horses. He was selected to represent India in Seoul, South Korea for Show Jumping in an International CSI 1*. The team won silver and Ajai won the individual gold for India. He was selected twice to represent India for the World Show Jumping Finals in both Venezuela, South America and Kyalami, South Africa. He represented India in the last Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. He finished 6th in the individual category.Achievements Winner Junior FEI Championship Show Jumping Several Junior Championships and Best Riders in JNEC. EPL Championship SeniorFuture goals British Young Rider Championships ASIAN Games Eventing 2018
Her proudest achievement till date has been the win astride Baleros Ball in the show jumping 1.10m Open Category event at Weston Lawns, UK. With valuable training by top instructors & the support of team Equis India and team EIRS; she was able to confidently ride amongst skilled and experienced riders at the International competition.
Riding has been a part of my life since I remember. It started as a way to spend my summer holidays 10yrs back and ended up as something which is impossible for me to stay without. Along the way I have had some memorable moments at the Embassy International riding school. Riding to me is a sort of therapy. It gives me a high and encourages me to achieve my potential. It has helped in many ways even in my daily life. Any sport done with passion and dedication teaches one simple lesson of discipline and competitiveness.
Chetan Reddy has been riding with EIRS since over a year, when he imported a Belgium breed show jumping mare, Cleo, with who in a short span of a few months, competed with and won several medals at the National Championship held in Hyderabad in February 2016. He has won silver medals in Grade 3 and Grade 2 Show jumping categories and team bronze and gold in the same categories respectively, thereby ranking him 2nd in Indian show jumping points within the year 2015 -16.
It’s been a long journey since I started back in 2005 and has taken lot of hard work and patience. However there have been some highlights such as winning the zone 8 Advanced level at the FEI world challenge in 2014, the following year becoming national champion at PSG level and early in 2016 having two straight wins with over 70% in UK with Equs India's Toronto. Having such success has only motivated me further to go strive for more and work harder as there is still a long way to go with my aim to do well at the 2018 Asian Games.