His exemplar, and mentor is his father, Zoltán Lázár.
- After retiring his two Grand Prix horses Lacrima di Felicita and Katyusa he started to train and sell young horses. His horses have travelled all around the world including Shanghai to many European countries. Con-Chacco started his career here and has also spent some time in the stables of Jos Lansink, the 2006 world champion showjumper.
- Hungarian National Derby – 2nd place at the National Championship of Young Horses with the six-year-old stallion Casper, 2nd place with Diablo among the 7-8 years old horses and 5th with Con-Chacco in a field – of almost 60 horses. He was the only rider who completed all courses without penalties.
- Bábolna – 2nd place at the adults’ Grand Prix in the Hungarian leg of the World Cup, winner of the U25 Grand Prix
- CSIOYR Samorin – 2nd place at the Young Equestrian Nations Award with the Hungarian team, acquiring qualification for the World Cup Finals
- Opglabbeek – Young Horsemen’s World League Final the Hungarian team is placed 3rd in the Challenge Cup; Zoltán helped the team as the most successful member, without any penalties
Between 2011 and 2019 winner in every year in his respective age group
- 13th place in the European Championship of Young Riders in France – with this accomplishment he broke the 23-year-old Hungarian record and is considered the most successful rider in his age group
- winner of Masters’ Tournament Grand Prix– he was the first to be able to repeat his victory with his horse Lacrima di Felicita
Young Rider Hungarian individual champion
- Young Hungarian Riders champion individually and reserves
- Third place at the Adult Indoor National Championship
- from 2013 to 2016 he was elected rider of his age category and the winner of the rankings.
- 6th place at the Junior Show Jumping European Championships; the greatest accomplishment in his age group in the last 30 years
- Youngest Grand Prix winner of Masters’ Tournament Show Jumping Competition with Lacrima di Felicita and his trainer Zsolt Pirik
- 1st place at CSIO Grand Prix Junior, Budapest
- Fiat Hungarian Adult Championship – he won 5th prize at his first adult competition at the age of 16, jumping over two age groups.
- CSI2* Magna Racino Grand Prix victory. The youngest Hungarian rider who could win a competition of this level at the age of 16!
- Winner of the 26th. Count István Széchenyi Memorial Grand Prix •
- 4th place at Child – Youth and Junior European Championships, Comporta (POR) Individual
- Age group champion