Daniel Perez is a young equestrian from Madrid, Spain, who has shown exceptional persistence and dedication in the world of classical dressage. He began his equestrian journey at a young age and trained at prestigious institutions such as the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda and Piaffe Performance in the United States under Olympic rider Cesar Parra. 

Currently, Daniel serves as the lead rider at Yeguada Benito Rodríguez e Hijos, where he works alongside teammates Amalia Girona and Jorge Domínguez to prepare young horses for high-level competition. Daniel’s primary focus is on training his assigned horses at the stud farm and aims to participate in the Spanish Young Horse Championship to qualify for SICAB. 

He has a strong affinity for Spanish Purebred (P.R.E.) horses, recognizing their noble character and highlighting their potential in classical dressage competitions. Daniel’s dedication, perseverance, and passion for equestrianism define him as a talented and promising rider with aspirations to compete at top international events in the future.


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