Kate Green

Kate Green has been an equestrian journalist for 25 years, reporting on the last four Olympics and writing eight books on eventing, including Mark Todd's new autobiography, 'Second Chance'.

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Is Michael Jung up for the Burghley Horse Trials challenge?

| 1 September 2015 9:04 am | 0 Comments
Is Michael Jung up for the Burghley Horse Trials challenge?

Olympic and European champ to debut on renowned course.

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Ingrid Klimke brings it home at Luhmühlen

| 22 June 2015 9:06 am | 0 Comments
Ingrid Klimke brings it home at Luhmühlen

Second 4* win for German rider, on home ground with locally bred horse.

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Klimke jumps into slender 4* lead at Luhmühlen horse trials

| 21 June 2015 9:41 am | 0 Comments
Klimke jumps into slender 4* lead at Luhmühlen horse trials

German rider only .1 ahead of Kiwi rider Jonelle Price on Faerie Dianimo.

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Germany’s Klimke to kick on for Classics lead at Luhmühlen

| 18 June 2015 9:08 am | 0 Comments
Germany’s Klimke to kick on for Classics lead at Luhmühlen

Leading local hope looks to extend series lead in German four-star.

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Best of British as William and Chilli make Badminton history

| 11 May 2015 8:40 am | 0 Comments
Best of British as William and Chilli make Badminton history

Fox-Pitt wins Britain’s biggest eventing prize for the first time since 2004.

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Nicholson aces cross-country to keep Badminton lead

| 10 May 2015 8:59 am | 0 Comments
Nicholson aces cross-country to keep Badminton lead

Final phase will be influential as leaders fly around cross-country.

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Nicholson’s Badminton lead intact as Fox-Pitt challenges

| 9 May 2015 8:39 am | 0 Comments
Nicholson’s Badminton lead intact as Fox-Pitt challenges

Only five penalties cover the top 10 as riders look to cross-country phase.

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Best test ever for Nicholson and Nereo at Badminton

| 8 May 2015 8:39 am | 0 Comments
Best test ever for Nicholson and Nereo at Badminton

Kiwi leads first-day Badminton Horse Trials field, with Jock Paget second.

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Badminton beckons for Germany’s Ingrid Klimke

| 6 May 2015 8:48 am | 0 Comments
Badminton beckons for Germany’s Ingrid Klimke

Leading eventer bidding to become first from her country to win Badminton.

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WFP aiming for Kentucky horse trials double

| 23 April 2015 7:00 pm | 0 Comments
WFP aiming for Kentucky horse trials double

Nearly 80 riders from nine nations vying for four-star success in US.

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Clear cross-country clinches Pau 4* lead for Klimke

| 26 October 2014 8:33 am | 0 Comments
Clear cross-country clinches Pau 4* lead for Klimke

German rider on verge of first four-star success, with a showjumping rail in hand.

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Seasoned pair share 4-star dressage lead at Pau

| 25 October 2014 7:04 am | 0 Comments
Seasoned pair share 4-star dressage lead at Pau

Sub-40 scores put William Fox-Pitt and Ingrid Klimke into joint lead.

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Blenheim 3* proves Easy Target for Frances Whittington

| 15 September 2014 8:07 am | 0 Comments
Blenheim 3* proves Easy Target for Frances Whittington

First major international win for British rider, after a long wait.

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Jonelle Price leads Australasian CIC3* Blenheim whitewash

| 15 September 2014 8:05 am | 0 Comments
Jonelle Price leads Australasian CIC3* Blenheim whitewash

Riders from Down Under fill top five places, as final cross-country phase proves a thriller.

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Kiwi quinella as Nicholson bags third Burghley on Avebury

| 8 September 2014 11:05 am | 0 Comments
Kiwi quinella as Nicholson bags third Burghley on Avebury

Unprecedented third successive win in four-star event for NZ’s Andrew Nicholson.

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NZ’s Paget takes Burghley dressage lead

| 6 September 2014 8:38 am | 0 Comments
NZ’s Paget takes Burghley dressage lead

Only two penalties between the top five going into Mark Phillips’s cross-country.

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New vet rules working, says FEI endurance boss

| 29 August 2014 1:51 pm | 0 Comments
New vet rules working, says FEI endurance boss

Low number of finishers prove new veterinary protocols worked, Brian Sheahan says.

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Early WEG eventing lead to GB’s William Fox-Pitt

| 29 August 2014 9:10 am | 0 Comments
Early WEG eventing lead to GB’s William Fox-Pitt

British team horse performs best-ever test, as Germany leads early team rankings.

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WEG eventing: Germans shape up as hot favourites

| 21 August 2014 6:02 am | 0 Comments
WEG eventing: Germans shape up as hot favourites

Strong competition assured as record entry heads for Haras du Pin.

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Price is right as Wesko wins Luhmühlen 4*

| 16 June 2014 8:53 am | 0 Comments
Price is right as Wesko wins Luhmühlen 4*

Kiwi dedicates his first four-star victory to late German eventer Benjamin Winter.

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