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‘Small but mighty’ British team horse bows out on a high

A “small but mighty” event horse who represented Britain at the World Equestrian Games (WEG) is to enjoy a happy hacking retirement, having ended his career with a win.

Black Tie, who finished fourth with Oliver Townend at Luhmühlen CCI4* (now CCI5-L) and won Burnham Market CIC3 (now CCI4*-S) in 2014, the same year the combination represented Britain at WEG, is to live with friends of owner Karyn Shuter.

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Article written by Eleanor Jones

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