Mark Todd to sell Olympic horse Campino

Mark Todd and Campino.
Mark Todd and Campino. © Lulu Kyriacou

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.



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