New Zealand eventer Mark Todd is selling three equine members of his team, including London 2012 bronze medalist NZB Campino.
Todd is currently in New Zealand as part of a welcome tour for the country’s Olympians.
The proposed sales of Campino, Grass Valley and Regent Lad were announced in a blog by Todd’s sponsor Keyflow.
Campino, a 10-year-old German-bred hanoverian gelding by Contrendo and owned by New Zealand Bloodstock, finished 12th individually at the Olympic Games.
Todd has just moved to a new base in Badgerstown in Wiltshire. New Zealand eventer Clarke Johnstone is also to be based there with Todd, along with British rider Tom McEwen.
Badgerstown features a cross-country schooling course and gallops, and these will be open for clients. Both are under improvement, and more schooling fences are being added over winter.