British eventer Tina Cook has two children and has been eventing full time since she was 16. Her many successes include team silver in the 2012 Olympics with Miners Frolic, team silver at the World Equestrian Games 2014 with De Novo News, and team gold at the 2017 European Championships at Strzegom in Poland with Billy The Red.
Tina received a late call up as travelling reserve for the Rio Olympics with Billy The Red and the pair finished second at Bramham CIC3* and ninth in Pau CCI4* last year, before securing 10th place at Badminton CCI4* this spring.
Tina Cook is the daughter of the late Josh Gifford, trainer of 1981 Grand National winner Aldaniti, who passed away in February 2012. She has followed her racing roots by training point-to-pointers and riding in charity races, alongside competing in eventing at the highest level.