Daisy Dick

Daisy Dick was a member of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games eventing team, which won bronze. Dick has been eventing at the top level for fifteen years. She represented Britain in the Young Rider Championships in 1993, was seventh at Badminton the following y...

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Kristina Cook

  Kristina Cook will be made her second Olympic appearance at London 2012 after securing two bronzes in Beijing four years ago aboard Miners Frolic. Her father, Josh Gifford, was a four-time champion jockey and her mother, Althea Roger-Smith, a winne...

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Mary King

Mary King, née Tucker, joins British archer Alison Williamson and jumping rider Nick Skelton in making her sixth Olympic appearance in London – the trio joining just three others on such a number. She is the oldest and most experienced member o...

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Nicola wilson

Nicola Wilson was called into the British team as a replacement for Piggy French, who was forced to withdraw at the start of July. Wilson has been pathfinder for the team at the last two major championships; she was part of the team that won gold at the 20...

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Sharon Hunt

Sharon Hunt is currently ranked among the top 50 eventers in the world. At the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Hunt aboard Tankers Town was part of the eventing team, which secured a bronze medal Hunt began riding after she had a donkey ride on a beach whilst ...

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William Fox-Pitt

William Fox-Pitt was the first British rider to become world number one in eventing in 2002 and he is a board director for the Event Riders Association. Fox-Pitt is married to Channel 4 racing presenter Alice Plunkett and together they have two young child...

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Zara Phillips

  The Queen’s granddaughter and 14th in line to the throne, Zara Phillips follows in the footsteps of both parents, Captain Mark Phillips and HRH Princess Anne, in competing at the Olympics. Captain Phillips won team gold at Munich 1972 and tea...

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