Harry Meade is a leading International event rider of the very highest quality. Harry represented Great Britain as part of the silver medal winning team at the 2014 World Championships in Normandy. He has been placed at Badminton in all of his nine starts. Harry is the youngest rider to have ever receive the Armada Dish, awarded for five Badminton completions.
In August 2013 Harry suffered career-threatening injuries in a rotational fall shattering and dislocating both elbows. After extensive reconstructive surgery, he was left dependent on 24 hour care. There was doubt Harry would ever ride again.
Following many months of rehabilitation Harry climbed back into the saddle, heavily strapped up, with the uncertainty whether his arms would stand the strain. Amid concerns from his family and medical team, Harry set his sights on Badminton, which would later go down as one of the toughest events of all time. In a fairy tale ending, sealing a comeback that captured the nations imagination Harry and his horse Wild Lone finished third.
Harry Feels the Pulse
“Having used and understood Equissage and its many benefits for some time it is so exciting to be amongst the first to use the new technologically advanced incarnation of the product, Equissage Pulse.
I use Equissage every day to ensure that my horses remain healthy, supple and able to perform at their best.
With regular use I have also really noticed much improved post workout recovery of which the benefits to me are immeasurable”.