We’re extremely proud to have Lottie Fry as Brand Ambassador for Equine LTS, since June 2021. Lottie Fry started riding at a young age. Aged 14, she started training with Olympic Champion Carl Hester having weekly lessons from the age of 16. Hester told former Danish Olympian Anne Van Olst about Fry, after which Fry moved to the Netherlands to train with Van Olst. 

In 2018 Lottie Fry became World Champion during the World Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo, riding Glamourdale in the 7-years old division. She also won at the 2018 European Championships for Grand Prix U25 in Exloo, Netherlands, with Dark Legend.

Lottie Fry competed at the 2019 European Championships in Rotterdam where she placed 4th with the British dressage team. She was selected to represent Great Britain during the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. She won the bronze team medal and ended 13th in the individual competition. A month later she won gold at the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden with the Dutch-bred Kjento.

In the 2022 FEI World Championship in Herning, Denmark, Lottie competed Glamourdale to win Gold in both the Individual Grand Prix Special and the Individual Grand Prix Freestyle. On December 16th, 2022, the pair won the 5th leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup, West Europe League, with a personal best of 90.995% in the Freestyle.