Mark Todd: My WEG ride thinks he’s 10ft tall *H&H VIP*

  • Opinion

    All eyes are on Burghley and the World Equestrian Games (WEG) now. We’re in that horrible countdown time when you know you’ve got to do the final work with your horse; you don’t want to overdo it, but they won’t do a lot when they get out to Tryon for WEG, so they need to be absolutely fit to go. Burghley comes first, and both my entries, NZB Campino and Kiltubrid Rhapsody, are on good form. Campino went very nicely at Keysoe last weekend to win the open intermediate and, although he hasn’t run a lot this year, he felt very fit and ready to go.