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  •   Home > News > Sports > Equestrian

    Blyth Tait will return home to compete in next month's Horse of the Year event in Hastings

    Blyth Tait will return home to compete in next month's Horse of the Year event in Hastings


    The 1996 Olympic gold medallist, who is based in the UK, will use the event to push for a spot in the New Zealand Olympic team in Tokyo next year.

    Tait helps create a start studded line-up, with 2018 four-star event winners Tim and Jonelle Price both entered in the competition.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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