SpectraVET Classic Performance of the Week: 1986 Eventing World Championships

Kate Samuels posted this video on Eventing Nation last week. Filled with thrills and spills, it’s too much fun not to pass along!

From Kate:

Straight to you from the archives of three-day eventing, we bring you the sixth World Three Day Event Championships, held in Gawler, South Australia. I have to admit, one of my favorite things is old eventing videos, and it’s part of the reason I fell in love with the sport. Having grown up watching old Badminton and Burghley tapes on VHS, I just can’t seem to get enough of them. This specific championship was won by Ginny Leng on the great Priceless on a 71.4, with silver going to Trudy Boyce of New Zealand on Mossman with an 81.6, and bronze going to Lorna Clarke on Myross with an 84.2 for Great Britain. The highest-placed American was none other than Mike Plumb on Bluestone finishing on a score of 119.80 for eighth place. Hat tip to EN reader Brett Huard for finding this gem and sending it my way.

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