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Andrew Hoy’s Olympic memories: ‘You had to ride him like a champion or he would stop’

To mark what should have been the start of this year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, three-time Olympic team gold medallist, Olympic individual silver medallist and the only Australian in any sport to have competed at seven Games, Andrew Hoy joined us on episode eight of The Horse & Hound Podcast to reflect on his favourite Olympic memories and some of the special horses he’s partnered along the way.

Andrew made his Olympic debut in Los Angeles in 1984 riding Davey, an incredible little horse who failed on the racetrack before coming to Andrew as his Pony Club mount.

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Article written by: Carol Phillips

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