Lorenzo Antali is a young Italian rider, born in 1994, competing in jumping contests. In 2015, he and his horse Campej, a bay stallion, have achieved prominent success in regional and national competitions.

Since last year, Accademia Italiana has signed a partnership with Lorenzo, choosing him as one of its testimonials. The young talented rider embodies all of the Italian brand principles: passion, devotion, elegance and attitude. Accademia Italiana strongly believes in and supports all young athletes who are working hard to make their dreams come true.

The last months of the year have been full of strong experiences and emotions for Lorenzo and Campej.

On 23rd October, they took part in a Csi 2 stelle competition in Cattolica and achieved qualification to the Grand Premio delle Regioni under 21 of Fieracavalli in Verona.

On 5th November, they made their debut on the prestigious field of Verona, ending up with a 14th place. Lorenzo admitted he felt great feelings by competing on a stage where, two days after, some of the best names of Jumping made their appearance.

Lorenzo and Campej ended the year with some notable results and making their debut in a national Grand Prix in Gorla Minore.

The New Year began with an exceptional second place in c130 category, once again in Gorla Minore, on 12th February 2016.

Accademia Italiana wishes good luck to Lorenzo Antali and Campej for the new season, in the hope of new success and gratification together!

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Italian rider Lorenzo Antali achieved a great result last weekend. The young promising equestrian ranked in 7thplace at the 2015 Criterium Young Rider.

A prestigious result for the twenty-year-old, who since this year has signed a strong partnership with Italian brand Accademia Italiana, always supporting rising talents within the national equestrian movement.

antali_7_2Riding Campej, a bay stallion born in 2002 (son of Corrado I x Landgraf), Lorenzo, under the guide of his trainer Giovanni Oberti, contested a massive race. Concluding day 1 with four penalties, he had the best time (no penalties) in day 2. In the final he had four penalties, achieving an impressive 7th position overall. His great performance earned him the honour to get an award from FISE president, Knight Vittorio Orlandi.

Accademia Italiana congratulates  Lorenzo and Campej for their excellent performance, waiting for the next official competitions, youth Test Event in Bologna and CSI in Cattolica, where our brand will be as usual by his side.