Ian Millar - Renaissance F2
Ian Millar (Captain Canada) is an icon in international show jumping. The most decorated equestrian in Canadian history, his record-breaking career has set the bar for its numerous achievements and unparalleled longevity.
- Ian Millar has competed in more Olympic Games than any athlete in history, in any sport.
- The 2012 Olympics in London marked his 10th Games a new World Record.
- Ian won his first Olympic medal at age 61-Team Silver in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
- Ian became the first rider in show jumping to win back-to-back World Cup Finals: 1988 in Gothenburg and 1989 in Tampa, both aboard Big Ben.
- Ian has earned nine medals (including two individual Golds) in nine Pan American Games, more than any other show jumper in history.
- Twelve-time Canadian National Champion.
- Three-time winner of the $1 Million CN International Grand Prix at Spruce Meadows.
In 1996 both he and his horse Big Ben were inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. He was given the Order of Canada in 1986 in recognition of his contribution to international sport and the help he gives young riders.