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There are two sides to the human and equine athlete combination, and both play and equally important part if they are to reach for success at the highest level.
There are two sides to the human and equine athlete combination, and both play and equally important part if they are to reach for success at the highest level.
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Denis Lynch has shown a new talent at the CSI5* of Versailles; the Irish show jumper has taken over the reins to the Holstein mare RMF Zecilie from US rider Kimberly Prince. The 10-year-old Acolord daughter was born at the renowned German Maas Hell stud and debuted in her first international competitions under Andreas Ripke. Kimberly Prince took over the ride a year ago, when the mare changed ownership to the US Rushy Marsch Farm. Denis Lynch rides several Rushy Marsch Farm horses, including RMF Fatum (by Orlando). Lynch debuted this 12-year-old BWP in La Baule, after he was also previously ridden by Kimberly Prince.

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