Five of the inspirational moments in Eventing history on video

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Five of the inspirational moments in Eventing history on video

Eventers are human too and sometimes we need a little extra dose of inspiration. From great saves to comeback stories that you will need a kleenex box on standby to watch, these are the Eventing videos that I watch when I am feeling down. Take a bit of time out of your day to watch these mesmerizing videos that I gaurentee will leave you feeling ready to take on the horse world…

 

Mark Todd’s (NZL) stirrup breaking on course at the 1995 Badminton CCI5*-L when he was riding Bertie Blunt. Many riders would have retired on course in the face of such adversity but Mark went on to finish with a clear round. Moral of the story? Expect the unexpected and rise above it.

 

Karen O’Connor (USA) and the famous four-star pony, Theodore O’Connor on their way to a 3rd place finish at the 2007 Kentucky CCI5*-L. 

 


 

Andrew Nicholson (NZL) and Avebury on their way to winning the 2014 Burghley CCI5*-L and making history by becoming the first pair to win this event for three consecutive years.

 

Ben Hobday (GBR) talking about his lead up to the 2016 Badminton CCI5*-L with Mulry’s Error, his first four-star since his battle with cancer in 2015. Ben and Mulry’s Error went on to finish in an impressive 32nd place, adding only cross-country time penalties to their dressage score. #YehBoi

 

Michael Jung (GER) and Fischerrocana FST winning the 2016 Kentucky CCI5*-L for the second year in the row. After this event he went on to win the Badminton CCI4* with La Biosthetique Sam FBW, becoming the second rider in history to ever win the Rolex Grand Slam.

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