Kevin McNab




Date of Birth:

21 / 02 / 1978


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Born on a farm in Australia, he inevitably grew up in love with nature and animals. One day he asked his parents to buy him a pony… and the rest is history! Ever since he fell in love with the equestrian world, he has done everything he could to follow the competitions.

He was his own first instructor, learning and letting himself be inspired by anyone whenever possible. He made his international debut at the age of 16 by participating in two European championships in the Young Riders category, in Lisbon in 1998 and in Hartbury in 2000.

“There is no “I” in Team”

—Kevin McNab.

In order to pursue his sporting career, he decided to move to the UK where he currently lives with his wife Emma, sharing this passion with her.

In 2021 he competed at the Olympic Games in Tokyo with Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam, placing themselfs 2nd in the Team competition and 14th in the Individual.

Top Results

Team silver at Tokyo Olympics 2020

6th at Lexington, Kentucky CCI5*-L, 2020

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Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam from Tokyo to the Pratoni del Vivaro

After winning a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games, Australian rider Kevin McNab and his horse Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam are now ready to compete in the Eventing World Championships at the Pratoni del Vivaro. Leader of the eventing FEI/WBFSH ranking for the 2019/2020 season thanks to the continuity of his excellent results, Scuderia…

Kevin McNab and Scuderia 1918: consolidating teamwork 

The grey Lorett, owned by Scuderia 1918, has now joined Kevin McNab’s string of horses.  A Holsteiner gelding born in 2015 by Lenett and out of Doro 36 sired by Quadros 3, Lorett will now start to train and compete as an eventer. The grey 7-year-old will consolidate and strengthen a partnership established a few…

Tokyo 2020: Team Silver for Kevin McNab and Team AUS

The 3-day event team competition finished yesterday at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The Australian team completed the final show jumping test with two clear rounds and 4 faults in the third, finishing on a total of 100.20, beaten only by Team Great Britain. Kevin McNab riding Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam, Andrew Hoy on Vassily…