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An Eventful Life - Life Stories of Eventing Champions

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An Eventful Life provides an insight into the lives of five elite Australian eventing riders: Sonja Johnson, Megan Jones, Shane Rose, Wendy Schaeffer and Stuart Tinney. They are all Olympic medallists, they are all aiming for further medals and they are all still based in Australia.

An additional chapter on an up and coming rider, Emma Scott, reveals how younger Australian
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Alison Duthie was born and grew up in the UK where she evented with (what she describes as) occasional success to Two Star level while working for the international eventing rider Ian Stark (MBE). Alison was Ian's groom in 1988 when he came first and second at Badminton with his great horses - Sir Wattie and Glenburnie - and also won a silver medal on Sir Wattie at the Seoul Olympics. During the n ...more