Daniel Bluman is a Colombian-born Israeli Olympic showjumping rider. Daniel started riding at age 3. He showed a passion for horses, which rapidly developed to become a real lifestyle. Representing Colombia, he competed at two Summer Olympics (in 2012 and 2016). His best Olympic result came in 2012 when he placed 20th individually.
In 2013, Daniel Bluman decided to relocate to Belgium, Europe, where he trained with Nelson Pessoa for a couple of years and started to compete at some of the best competitions in the world. In 2017, Daniel chose to start representing his second country, Israel and is now helping the country to shine on the international equestrian scene.