Briar Burnett Grant


Fiber Fresh. On your side all the way

Most Memorable Equestrian Moment?
It’s hard to pin point just one but definatly winning the Olympic Cup at HOY & coming 6th at the Youth Olympic Games. what are your goals for the upcoming season? This season I’m aiming to finish in the Top 3 again in the FEI World Cup Series and It would be nice to win the Young Rider Series one last time before I’m too old!

Horses to Watch This Season:
This season I’m looking to step up Fiber Fresh Delphine NZPH after a successful end of season being a 7 year old! Fingers crossed she ends up following in Fiber Fresh Veroana’s footsteps!

Briar’s Feeding Tip:
My horses feeds all consist of Fiber Protect as a base and then each horse gets fed different grains/semi-concentrates depending on their specific needs! It gives me piece of mind knowing they’re all getting sufficient amounts for fibre aswell as being protected by ulcers!

Tips for travelling horses:
Always ensure they they stay well hydrated and always have electrolytes on hand!

Who inspires you?
Jeff McVean is a great inspiration to me and I consider myself extremely lucky to be trained by him! I admire his calmness and encouraging teaching style. He often thinks very deeply about why things have gone right or wrong and comes up with strategies to make each horse better - it’s taught me to think more critically and make smart decisions.

Favourite riding accessories?
I would have to say my Miss Shield Samshield helmets from Stirrups Equestrian - they’re so compfy and stylish!

Do you have a good luck charm?
I’m not sure if she’s a good luck charm, but I definitely feel I’m in the best headspace when I have my sister Hannah with me at shows! It’s just nice to have someone who knows what they’re doing (sorry mum haha) and helps fine tune everything without me even having to think! She’s very support of me and I’m always very grateful when she can make it to a show!

Show Jumping

Fiber Fresh Veroana
Fiber Fresh Delphine NZPH
Fiber Fresh Casallita
Fiber Fresh Kasalla

Briar Loves to Feed: