Nicolas Touzaint and Hidalgo de l'Ile at the Lancer Village during the cross-country phase of Badminton Horse Trials 2008.
|2004 Athens||Team eventing|
|2003 Punchestown||Individual eventing|
|2007 Pratoni del Vivaro||Individual eventing|
|2003 Punchestown||Team eventing|
|2005 Blenheim||Team eventing|
|2007 Pratoni del Vivaro||Team eventing|
|2011 Luhmühlen||Team eventing|
|2013 Malmo||Team eventing|
Nicolas Touzaint (born 10 May 1980) is a French professional horserider specialising in three-day eventing. He was born into a family already known for its performance in equestrianism: his father, Jean-Yves Touzaint, was champion of France eventing in 1975 and 1976. His uncle, Thierry Touzaint, is a national coach in the same discipline.
On 4 May 2008 he became the first Frenchman to win the Badminton Horse Trials.
- 2003: champion of Europe at Punchestown (Ireland) and second in the team event with Galan de Sauvagère.
- 2004: Olympic champion team in the Olympic Games in Athens, 9th in individual with Galan de Sauvagère.
- 2005: Vice-champion of Europe team to Blenheim (England) with Hildago de l'Ile in 2005.
- 2005: French champion.
- 2006: French champion, after only three stages, where Nicolas Touzaint finished first in six.
- 2006: winner of the finals of the World Cup competitions complete with Galan de Sauvagère in Malmo (Sweden).
- 2006 Winner of Boekelo CCI*** in Boekelo, The Netherlands with Tatchou
- 2007: Winner of CCI ** Compiègne with Joker of Helby
- 2007: Winner of CCI *** Pratoni del Vivaro in Italy with Galan de Sauvagère
- 2007: Winner of CCI *** Fontainebleau with Galan de Sauvagère
- 2007: Winner of CCI *** Saumur with Tatchou
- 2007: Champion of France eventing
- 2007: champion of Europe in Pratoni del Vivaro (Italy) and vice-champion of Europe with a team of Galan Sauvagère
- 2007: Winner of CCI **** Pau Hidalgo with the island.
- 2007: After this season he Exceptional is No. 3 on the FEI world rankings list
- 2008: Champion of France Contest Complete with Tatchou (Pompadour 25–26 April 2008)
- 2008: winner of CCI **** Badminton (Great Britain) with Hildago de l'Ile.