SCOTTISH showjumping star Scott Brash has won almost everything there is to win in the sport but admits he will never feel satisfied without an individual Olympic gold medal.

Brash won team gold alongside Ben Maher, Nick Skelton and Peter Charles at London 2012 but no British showjumper has ever triumphed at the Olympics in an individual event.

The 30-year-old has already made history this year by becoming the first rider to win the Rolex Grand Slam – after claiming successive victories at the three major Grands Prix in Germany, Switzerland and Canada.

But despite pocketing a €1 million bonus for the remarkable achievement, world number one Brash already has Rio firmly in his sights.

“Winning the individual event in Rio would be an amazing achievement,” Brash said.

“I’m still kicking myself for the fence knockdown at the individual in London in 2012.

“I should have been jumping for at least a silver, and really a gold medal.

“I really don’t want Olympic gold to be something that eludes me for the rest of my life so I’ll be trying my best to put that right in Rio.

“It would be very good for the sport’s profile, for my profile, to be successful there.”