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Born in Australia in 1967 and a champion in the showring in his youth, Clayton Fredericks first made his mark on the international eventing stage with the chestnut gelding Bundaberg, being selected to represent Australia at the 1995 Open European Championships.

Having met Lucinda (n ©e Murray) during a stint in Britain in the mid-1990s he settled here and has since become one of the leading international riders.

His honours include winning individual silver and team bronze at the 2006 World Equestrian Games, team silver at the 2008 Olympics, double World Cup final wins in 2005 and 2008 and a victory at Kentucky in 2007, all with long-standing owners the McAuley’s Cavalier gelding Ben Along Time. He was also British open champion in 2006 with Nullabor.

Clayton is chairman of the Event Riders Association. He lives in Wiltshire with his wife Lucinda and their daughter Ellie (born 2003).

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