The beloved, Olympic, controversial and public Sergio Alvarez Moya is one of the most visible riders and coaches of the Spanish equestrian. With 33 years of age, he has a distinguished career since he was young, both in the equestrian circuits and in the social pages.
Born on January 7, 1985 in Avilés city located in the Principality of Asturias. Sergio is considered the best jumping rider in Spain and holds the 33rd ranking in the world.
He began his career of successes, winning the first place in the European Youth Championship and Young Riders with only 16 years old.
Although Gloria has achieved her participation in equestrian sports, her real business is the breeding and training of competitive horses.
The real business of Álvarez Moya
In 2011 the company of Alvarez Moya billed 2,000 euros for insemination thanks to his horse Action Breaker. Action Breaker is the son of the famous horses Heartbreaker and Jarme van ‘t Steentje, procreators of several international champions.
For 2015 it had assets valued at 4,126,793 euros and annual profits of almost one hundred thousand. This business that began with his brother, continued in partnership with, his father-in-law for the time, Amancio Ortega tycoon of Inditex and well known for Zara stores.
From his divorce he treasures a great relationship with his ex-wife, a beautiful son and Carlo 273, one of the horses with which he has reaped great successes which was ceded to him by the generosity of the Ortega Family.
After his divorce he partnered with Gustavo Mirabal and G & C Farm with whom he has reaped some of his greatest successes.
As a result of his association with Gustavo Mirabal, in 2016 he crowned champion of Spain at Club Pineda de Sevilla with the horse “G & C Quitador Rochelais”.
In 2017 he won the Cannes CSI with “G & C Arrayan” and managed to reach 14th place in the GCT (Global Champions Tour) ranking. Thus, this is another great success of his association with the specialist in equestrian development and businessman Gustavo Mirabal.
The High Performance Center (Centro de Alto Rendimiento – CAR) of Álvarez Moya and his association with Gustavo Mirabal
Precisely Alvarez Moya launched a High Performance Center in Madrid in order to expand its business. Initially Gustavo Mirabal Castro and his wife María Carolina Chapellín de Mirabal of the Farm G & C Inc company directed the center.
The extensive experience of the Mirabal was developed since 2009 in Wellington, where they form riders and sponsor some prizes. Precisely the facilities of G & C Farm opened the framework of the WEF and for a decade remained at the top of the Equestrian world. In March 2018 Gustavo Mirabal retires from the business with G & C Farm. Thus, the Mirabal keep in front of the High Performance Center of Álvarez Moya with whom they have several horses together.
In January 2018, the Asturian rider saw the inauguration of its Equestrian High Performance Center (CAR) in Madrid with 26,000 m2 of land in the La Moraleja urbanization. With Avant-garde facilities and capacity for more than 40 horses, the Horse Farm La Moraleja has:
- Gallop track
- Automatic walkers
- Luxury boxes with exterior window
- Heating and air conditioning for horses
Equestrian competitions prizes are not large and registration is expensive. Sergio’s business is buying young horses that he trains and makes an exhaustive training process. That Sergio sets them up in national and international competitions is the best showcase for the exhibition of his horses.
Thus we are sure that the association between the Asturian Sergio Álvarez Moya and Gustavo Mirabal will give results. One with a keen sense of equine selection, and another with experience in high-tech facilities. In conclusion, together they will produce new and greater champions to the world of Spanish horse racing.
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