The greatest equestrian of the 20th century makes a stunning comeback in the 21st century.
Imagine in Michael Schumacher had come back to Formula 1 and won the World Championship. This is what Mark Todd has achieved - winning at Badminton in 2011 and being a favourite to win a third Olympic gold medal.
Mark Todd retired from eventing in 2000, after the Sydney Olympics, to take up a career as a racehorse trainer and breeder in his native New Zealand. He had a great deal of success but always hankered after competing at the highest level. He set his sights on riding at the 2008 Olympics - he achieved this, jumping a double clear.
Based in the UK, Mark has a string of high-class event horses which he competes from March to October.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 06 / 2012
- 153 x 234mm