Conor Swail is a well-known name in the showjumping world. You'd know his name as he has helped several betters double their money and for his one after another history-making wins in international and national programs. Swail originating from County Down, North Ireland was first seen in the pony competition held internationally with his European teams. At the time he was 14 years old. And the next time he appeared he took was his first Nations Cups in Linz, Austria. His wins and medals from Grand Prix and Nations Cup in different areas paved his way to the best team of his dreams, the Aga Khan team in Ireland, in 2007.
The famous showjumper and rider is a role model for many and an idol of the enthusiasts. Conor Swail from Ireland is not just excellent with jumps but has a good eye for the best showjumping horses. His first horse was a gelding called Rivaal that allowed Swail's Talents to show and shine in the world of showjumping. Other than that, Conor has had Martha Louise, Grafton, Simba de la Roque, and Grand Cru. He has also been allowed access to the biggest breeding and training center of horses in Canada Caledonia, the Lothlorien Farm stable. Moving on to his victory as second place in the World Cup, which was earned with the help of a powerful Guidam Stallion, he and his partner Barry O' Conor spotted on the trip Netherlands in 2009. The stallion also helped him accomplish Grand Prix's third position in Toronto, and he rose to fame.
Conor Swail has also earned his name due to the immense showjumping awards he gained. One of the most noted of his awards is the Royal Show Award in Canada. This award was presented to him after this feat in the Power and Speed Class with Ariana with third place, and first place in the Jolers Welcome 1m50 competition. In the same week, he also won third place in the McKee International speed competition and fourth place at Hickstead FEI World Cup Grand Prix. This was the year of his most wins as he grew to becoming among the three top showjumping athletes among the rest.
In the year 2013 month of December, Conor Swail changed history and participated against the Irish riders in the Longlines World Show Jumping Rankings. However, in all his past as a showjumper, the most applauded win is when he earned the RBC Bank $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix with the renowned Martha Louise. It was the year 2016, and he had entered the race held at Spruce Meadows, a five-star show holder in Canada. The same year the rider was announced as no longer the part of the Canadian stables as he had pledged to build his own. Consequently, his last known participation and win was in the Wellington Nations Cup in Florida, USA. Conor played as a part of the Irish team. He won in this match for the third time in his time and for two consecutive years.