Robbie Provides Music For Dressage Rider Richard Davison

Robbie's hit singles will be setting the backdrop to the new blockbuster dressage freestyle for Great Britain's Olympic dressage rider, Richard Davison, in the run-up to London 2012.


Classic hit singles, including Let Me Entertain You and Rock DJ have been reworked by Holland's Joost Peters, responsible for some of the finest Kurs to date, and, under conductor Clark Rundell, the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra's interpretation guarantees a massive and beautiful feel.


"The music of Robbie and Guy make this the best kur dressage has ever heard - it is simply fantastic and takes the sport to another level," said Peters. "The beautiful melodies and beat have a real get-up and dance effect. These guys are legends - listening to Guy and the orchestra playing my arrangement has been a surreal experience for me."


Davison, who is aiming for his fourth Olympics and Britain's dressage team captain, will ride the 12 year bay gelding Hiscox Artemis to the composition. "Both Artemis and I love the music - it has got a great beat and really makes him rock," he said.