Arrived as a tournament winner on The European Tour in 2010, coming from five strokes back to win by one at the BMW International Open, and added a second victory in dramatic fashion in the 2011 Trophée Hassan II. Led by one from Welshman Rhys Davies and South African Jaco Van Zyl with one hole to play, but a double bogey gave Davies a four-foot putt to win. He missed, and Horsey’s birdie at the second extra hole was enough to secure victory. Could not make it three wins in three years in 2012 and could only finish 129th in The Race to Dubai, but picked up win number three at the 2014 M2M Russian Open, where he overcame Damien McGrane in a play-off. Enjoyed a successful amateur career, but exceeded even his own expectations in his first full season on the Challenge Tour in 2008 by claiming two titles and graduating to The European Tour as the Number One. His breakthrough came at the Telenet Trophy, where he birdied three of the last four holes to win by one shot. Buoyed by the victory, he effectively sealed his place on The 2009 European Tour International Schedule with his second triumph of the season two weeks later, at the AGF-ALLIANZ EurOpen de Lyon. A final day 65 gave Horsey the title by one shot from his compatriot Marcus Higley and propelled him to the top of the Rankings, where he ended the season.