What is Lucinda Green doing now?

She now is a commentator for major events, and conducts clinics worldwide. Green is a member of the Board of Directors of British Eventing, formerly the British Horse Trials Association and a team selector.

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Likewise, people ask, where is Lissa Green based?

Also, who has won Badminton Horse Trials the most times?
Andrew Nicholson

Subsequently, is William Fox Pitt still competing?

William Speed Lane Fox-Pitt MBE (born 2 January 1969) is an English equestrian who competes in eventing. A serious fall in 2015 left him in a coma for two weeks, but he came back to make the British eventing team and attend the 2016 Summer Olympics. …

How many times has Lucinda Green won badminton?

She is the only rider to have won Badminton six times, on six different horses: Be Fair (1973), Wideawake (1976), George (1977), Killaire (1979), Regal Realm (1983) and Beagle Bay (1984).

How many horses died at Badminton?

two horses

How much does Badminton Horse Trials cost?

Event details

Event Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials
Date 1st – 5th May 2019
Category Class CCI5* -L
Entry Fee £438.97
Double Entry Fee £90

Why is it called Badminton Horse Trials?

Badminton was first held in 1949 by the 10th Duke of Beaufort in order to let British riders train for international events, and was advertised as “the most important horse event in Britain”.

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