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Tadahiro Hayashi

Tadahiro left his home country for Riesenbeck in 2009 at the age of only 18 and has become an important part of the stables' team. He trains and shows mainly young horses, bringing them through to the international level. The first major highlight of his career came in 2014 when he rode in the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, and earned the team bronz medal at the Asian Games with his former horse Loretto Classic. In the summer of 2015 Tadahiro qualified, together with the Japanese team, for the Olympic games of 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, with his horse Corana's M&M, but unfortunately he was not nominated for the Team. "Tada" starts as a rider of the Longines World Equestrian Academy (LWEA) at shows. He is supported by the Academy, founded in 2016, whose President is Ludger Beerbaum. The LWEA has set itself the goal of promoting riders from China and the Asian region and bringing them to international top sport.

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