Lucinda Fredericks, Australian event rider

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    Born Lucinda Murray in 1965, Lucinda Fredericks was successful for many years eventing for Britain, finishing sixth at Badminton in 1992 on Arctic Goose and earning a reserve slot for the Barcelona Olympics that year.

    But Lucinda’s greatest results have come since she swapped to her husband Clayton’s nationality – Australian – in 2002.

    Although she was a multiple winner at three-star level, wins at four-star level evaded Lucinda until she formed a brilliant partnership with the diminutive mare Headley Britannia, which has resulted in wins at Burghley (2006), Badminton (2007) and Kentucky (2009), plus a team silver medal at the Olympics in Hong Kong in 2008.

    Lucinda has also ridden at grand prix level in pure dressage and was long-listed for the Sydney Olympics with Azupa Gazelle in this discipline.

    Lucinda lives in Wiltshire with her husband Clayton Fredericks and their daughter Ellie (born 2003).

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