The board of British Eventing has appointed Lucinda Green chairman of senior selectors of the British eventing team, following the recent resignation of Mandy Stibbe.

Lucinda said: “Mandy Stibbe and Yogi Breisner have done a fantastic job of putting in place a fair, open-minded system, and I don’t feel that there are any changes to be made to that. I hope I can continue the excellent work they have done with World Class Performance (WCP). I have the greatest of respect for Yogi and what he and Mandy have acheived.”

Senior selector Angela Tucker has been appointed to the ground jury at the European Championships in Punchestown and is therefore standing down from the selection committee. She has been replaced by Ian Stark, who retired from international competition at the Sydney Olympics.

“The board’s appointment of Ian under Lucinda’s chairmanship bodes well for an exciting year,” said WCP manager Yogi Breisner.

 

Even the anonymous voter who felt the comparisons we made were totally impossibly gave their vote to Lucinda, “the obvious winner’ a true grafter, she took some serious knocks but still came back with flying colours.”

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lucindainpicsTo celebrate Lucinda Green’s 60th birthday, we selected 60 pictures from the H&H archives across Lucinda’s many successful years in the saddle.

 

 

 

Behind-the-scenes video: Lucinda Green rides Opposition Buzz

Lucinda Green, Opposition Buzz, 23 May 2011Enjoy some behind-the-scenes footage of cross-country legend Lucinda Green riding Nicola Wilson’s world and European team gold medallist, Opposition Buzz.

 

 

 

Lucinda Green gets outstanding contribution to equestrianism award

Lucinda-Green-awardFormer world champion event rider Lucinda Green was presented with the Martin Collins Special Award for outstanding contribution to equestrianism at the Animal Health Trust’s (AHT) awards ceremony.

Lucinda fought off competition from Paralympic gold medalist Lee Pearson and the Whitaker family, who were all shortlisted from nominations made by H&H readers.

Lucinda said: “This is something that I really can’t believe has happened, it is the most unexpected award to have come my way in many years.”

Exclusive video: Lucinda Green riding Comberton Clancy

Lucinda rides "Comberton Clancy" on 15 November 2011‘Lucinda rides’ saw six-time Badminton winner Lucinda Green visit Carol Bardo’s yard near Maidenhead to ride HOYS supreme horse of the year Comberton Clancy.

See how Lucinda got on in our exclusive video (below), and pick up a copy of the magazine (24 November 2011) for more of Lucinda’s fascinating insights into riding this “happy, balanced champion”.