Pippa Funnell MBE is an event rider, an Olympic medallist and the first winner of the Rolex Grand Slam.

"I’m excited to be involved with NAKED HORSE, a brand that so far, has delivered on their promises for results!
Having seen their results online and speaking with other professionals who have used their products, I decided to give them a try on my horses; the results speak for themselves!
I am particularly impressed with the SKIN TONIC supplement which has left my youngsters looking spectacular, and also the COLLAGEN & KELP REPAIRING FONDANT whose results are only comparable to creams that I have previously had to get from the vets." - Pippa


Pippa has been a member of the British team at three Olympic Games where she has won two team silvers and an individual bronze medal. She made her Olympic debut with team silver at the 2000 Games in Sydney on Supreme Rock.
In 2003 Pippa became the first rider to complete the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing following consecutive wins at Lexington, Badminton and Burghley, earning a bonus from Rolex and a place in the history books. As a result of her phenomenal achievements she was voted Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year 2003 and was in the top five of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
In 2004, in Athens, she took team silver and individual bronze on Primmore’s Pride. She also rode at the 2016 Rio Games on Billy The Biz.
In 2005, Pippa was made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours. She's also had a successful international showjumping career alongside her eventing successes and is also heavily involved with the breeding and production of British-bred horses in partnership with her husband.
Following the last-minute withdrawal of Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser from the squad heading to Luhmühlen for the 2019 European Championships, Pippa was called up to replace him with Majas Hope. They took on the role of team pathfinders on cross-country day, storming round clear inside the time to give confidence to the rest of the British squad. The team earned a silver medal.
This was swiftly followed by a hugely popular victory at Burghley with CCI5* debutante MGH Grafton Street, 14 years after Pippa's previous win at the level.