Sehaj Singh Virk
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Sehaj Singh Virk (born 17 August 17 1992) is an Indian equestrian and show jumper.
Sehaj started riding at age 2. His first competition was in 2004 in New Delhi. In 2004 he claimed his first gold medal in the children's 2nd category in show jumping, and again in 2005 in the children's 1st category.
He took part in the nationals in Calcutta in 2005 and came 4th. The next year he won 6 golds, 5 silvers and 3 bronze medals in the Delhi Horse Show. In later years, he won more than 40 gold medals and 7 national medals.
In 2006, he won a national bronze in show jumping and a bronze in the Junior national Equestrian Championship held at Bangalore.
In 2007 he won the Junior National Show Jumping Championship and placed 1st and 2nd on both his horses making him the recipient of the gold as well as the silver medal.
In 2008 he went to Australia as a member of the Indian (U-21) show jumping team and was the youngest team member. He placed 1st in the novice dressage, 3rd in the preliminary dressage and 4th in intermediate show jumping. In 2012, astride Landtos, he won both the individual and team dressage events of the junior National equestrian championship. He graduated from Hansraj College, Delhi University in 2013.
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