Kevin Staut was crowned European Champion in 2009 on Kraque Boom, a horse that his grandfather offered him when he had been riding for almost two years for the Hus stud farm.
Kevin Staut then took first place in the world ranking in July 2010 and remained number one until April 2011.
In that year (2011), the Coudrettes stud farm bought Silvana from the Hus stud farm and became the main sponsor of the French rider.
World team runner-up with Rêveur de Hurtebise, Kevin Staut won the gold medal in the team event at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, still with his chestnut.
|2018||Nations cup final||ESP||Barcelona||For Joy Van't Zorgvliet HDC||Team||2|
|2016||Olympic games||BRA||Rio de Janeiro||Rêveur de Hurtebise HDC||Team||1|
|2014||Jeux équestres Mondiaux||FRA||Caen||Rêveur de Hutebise HDC||Team||2|
|2013||World cup final||SWE||Gothenburg||Silvana HDC||individual||3|
|2011||European championships||ESP||Madrid||Silvana HDC||Team||2|
|2022||CSI 5* de Paris||Grand Prix Hermès||Cheppetta||160||1|
|2019||CSIW 5* of Lyon||Grand Prix||Urhelia Lutterbach||1.60m||1|
|2017||CSIO 5* of La Baule||Nations cup||Rêveur de Hutebise HDC||1.60m||1|
|2017||CSI 5* of Geneva||Top Ten||Rêveur de Hurtebise HDC||1.60m||1|
|2016||CSI 5* of Paris||Le Saut Hermès||Elky Van Het Indihof HDC||1.60m||1|