Peter Gray is a noted trainer, rider, judge and popular clinician in Eventing, Dressage and Equitation world-wide. While his training is diverse, he has a special interest in producing young horses for a variety of disciplines. Peter was the former National Eventing Coach for Canada 1996-2000 and since then has coached National Teams from Venezuela and Guatemala".
As a competitor, Peter has competed at most international events in Europe and North America including three Olympic Games, World Championships and is a Pan Am individual bronze medalist. Besides his notoriety in the event world, Peter also competes on the winter circuit in hunter and jumpers and is long listed with the Canadian National Dressage team for 2010.
His all-round experience as a competitor has seated him on many committees including the F.E.I. 3 day Event Committee, EC High Performance/Safety/Selection/Coaching committees, USEA Professional Rider Council and ICP, and is co-founder of Equiventures - organizers of horse trials at the Florida Horse Park. Peter currently sits on the USEA Board of Governors and Executive Committee and is Chair of Canadian Eventing.
As a young boy Paul Delbrook enjoyed a very competitive swimming and diving career; but never could be satisfied due to an internal desire and love for horses.
Paul first started riding at the age of 15; working on a dairy farm milking cows offset his riding lessons and lease of his first pony 'Tara'. Paul then quickly joined the local pony club to learn horse care and horsemanship. Eventually earning his 'B' rating in pony club and growing too old to participate in pony club, he started to forge his passion for Eventing.
Paul has had a very decorated eventing career through the 80's and 90's; having completed the famous Rolex 3-day 7 different years and on a different horse each time.
Paul now focuses most of his competing in the show ring; having a lot of fun and success in the Amateur Owner divisions and some smaller Grand Prixs.