Daniel Deusser, #DoubleD, started riding as a child. His parents have always had a good influence on his career and continue to support him today. As a child, Daniel tried a lot of sports and was even selected for the regional BMX championships in his childhood region.
Although he had an interest in many sports, riding was the dream he decided to pursue, and Daniel began his career at the age of 19 with Siegfried Herröder. Later, Siegfried Herröder recommended Daniel to Franke Sloothaak, who was looking for a rider. From there, he started representing Germany at the 2002 Young Rider European Championship where he placed fourth. He then became one of the mainstays of the German team. A few years later, Daniel flew to the Netherlands to work for Jan Tops. In 2007, Daniel finished second in his first FEI World Cup Final with Air Jordan.
Then, in 2012, he made a new start at Stephex Stables, where he progressed very quickly, winning numerous titles and Grand Prix. Since his arrival in Wolvertem, he has only moved up in the FEI ranking. With Cornet d'Amour, Daniel Deusser won the final of the 2014 FEI World Cup and finished third in 2016. At the European Championships 2013 and 2015, the German team finished in second place, Daniel still riding Cornet D'Amour. In 2016, Daniel won the team bronze medal at the Rio Olympic Games with First Class Van Eeckelghem.
|2019||World cup final||SWE||Göteborg||Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z||individual||4|
|2016||World cup final||SWE||Göteborg||Cornet d'Amour||individual||3|
|2016||Olympic games||BRA||Rio de Janeiro||First Class Van Eeckelghem||Team||3|
|2014||World cup final||FRA||Lyon||Cornet d'Amour||individual||1|
|2007||World cup final||USA||Las Vegas||Air Jordan Z||individual||2|
|2021||CSIO 5* Aix-la-Chapelle||Grand Prix||Killer Queen VDM||1.60m||1|
|2021||CSI 5* Valkenswaard||Grand Prix||Bingo Ste Hermelle||1.60m||1|
|2021||CSI 5* Wellington||Grand Prix||Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z||1.60m||1|
|2021||CSI 4* Wellington||Grand Prix||Killer Queen VDM||1.60m||1|
|2021||CSIO 4* Wellington||Grand Prix||Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z||160||1|