Kenneth Cheng


 Kenneth Cheng, age 25 a well respected show Jumping from Hong Kong.  Begin his riding career under the influence of his parents.  His day view in the 2008 Olympic marked his prominence for the equestrian sport.  Mentor only by the world best riders and trainers given him the knowledge and skills to be a true horseman and success in the future.




2013 January – Started giving clinic in Asia. Philippines, Beijing, Da lian, H.K. etc

2012 March, Belgium – Started my own establishment, providing service such as Training of horses and riders at top international level.

2010 July Belgium – Trained and worked for World Champion Jos Lansink.

 2009 August, Germany – Training and based at Riesenbeck with Mr. Ludger Beerbaum.

2007 September, Belgium – Training towards the Olympic Games 2008 with Mr. Henk Nooren. Participating at high level international competitions all over Europe.

2007 April, Germany – Training with Hans Peter Heineger.

2006 July, Netherlands – Training with World Champion 2002 Dermott Lennon towards 2006 Doha Asian Games.

2006 March, Malaysia – Participate in the World Cup Qualifier – South East Asian league successfully.

2005 August, Malaysia – Participate in the World Cup Qualifier – South East Asian league successfully.

2005 June, Korea – Training with Olympic rider Mr. Kim Song Wang (Olympian)

2005 May, Australia – Training with Mr. Rod Brown


MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS______________________________________________

2013 June, China – Leading by points for the World Cup Qualifier China Leaugue

 2013 May, China – Finished 5th in the Beijing Master held in the historic Olympic Stadium Bird nest.  Fastest time but with a unlucky last fence in the Jump off.

2012 August, France – Finished 2nd in the Grand Prix of Megeve CSI 3* 1.60 cm out of 60 world class rider.

2012 June, Germany – Finished 3rd in the Grand Prix of Pforzheim CSI 3* 1.60 cm out of 60 world class rider.

2010 November, China – Helping team Hong Kong to a bronze medal by Jumping a double clear round in the team competition of the 2010 Asian Games Guang Zhou.  Finish 10th over all individual

2010 January, Germany – Finish 7th overall in the World Cup Qualifier in Leipzig

2009 October, China – Team bronze and individual bronze in the All China Games in Jinan

 2009 September – Top 300 ranked rider in the world and top 3 placed rider in Asia

 2008 August, Hong Kong – Represented his country in the Olympic Games in Hong Kong

 2008 May, Copenhagen – 1st ever Chinese to win a major 1m50 class in Europe CSIO 4* COPENHAGEN

 2006 December, Doha – Participated in team and Individual event of the Doha Asian games

 2006 April, Malaysia – 1st Individual FEI World Cup Final – Asian Classic tour

 2005 December, Hong Kong -1st individual in FEI World Jumping Challenge Cat B

 2003 November, China – 7th individual at All China Show Jumping Championship in Wuhan


KENNETHS HORSES____________________________________________________________