He won gold medals at Los Angeles (1984) and Seoul (1988) Olympics, the Badminton Horse Trials on four occasions, the Burghley Horse Trials five times, and as a member of New Zealand’s Eventing team, he won gold medals at the World Championships in 1990 and 1998 (Rome), plus 20 or more other international events, and …
In this manner, who won Badminton Horse Trials 2019?
Beside this, is Badminton Horse Trials 5 star?
Badminton is a 5 star event, the highest grade and one of only 6 such events in the world. Badminton is the oldest (1949) and is generally regarded as the most prestigious event. Both horses and riders must qualify in order to compete at Badminton. Qualification can take a number of years to achieve.
How much money do you get if you win Badminton Horse Trials?
At the 2015 competition the winner took home £80,000 and the total prize money was approximately £330,000. In 2017 the total prize money was £360,000 with £100,000 going to the winner. In 2018 the winner took home £100,00 and the overall prize fund (including competitors placed to 20th position) was £360,750.
Kiwi Andrew Nicholson