Tim is one of Britain’s best-known and most popular showjumpers.
After starting with Mike Saywell in Nottinghamshire, Tim rode as second jockey to Graham Fletcher.
He set up on his own in 1990, in a rented yard with just six horses. His success has led to him representing Great Britain in the European, World and Olympic Championships.
Most recently, Tim has been in the news following his return to competition after breaking his neck in 2011.
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Anna was born in Sweden, and began eventing when she was 19. She has been competing professionally since 1990, and moved to the UK in 1988.
She is a well known and popular member of the Swedish National Eventing team and has competed all over the world at the top level, including Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships, as well as the prestigious Badminton and Burghley thee day events.
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Mark began riding at the age of six. After training in Ireland for 18 months, Mark returned to England and worked as stable jockey for Fred and Sue Welsh. In 1980 Mark set up on his own at Huntingford Farm, where he is still based today. He has represented Great Britain at World and European Championships, including an individual silver medal at the 1995 European championships, and has competed on numerous Nations Cup teams. Mark continues to compete at International level and is also very successful at bringing on youngsters.
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