Wednesday, 8 Feb 2023

Zara Tindall sheds a tear during candid chat with husband Mike

Zara Tindall emotional while discussing working with horse owner

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Zara became visibly emotional as she recounted a momentous episode from the 2012 London Olympics. The daughter of Princess Anne was a guest of Mike Drop, the new YouTube series launched by her husband Mike to promote the Australian equestrian event Magic Millions.

In the first episode of the programme, Mike and discusses his wife’s achievements as an equestrian.

Among her most important victories, Zara can count a world championship title and a silver medal earned at the Olympics held in London more than a decade ago.

Recalling her experience at the Olympic Games, Zara spoke about her beloved horse High Kingdom, which she rode to triumph in 2012 after battling to bring him to form.

She said: “We managed to get him [High Kingdom] to the Olympics, which was incredible. Trev – Trevor Hemmings [the horse’s owner] – has won so many amazing things racing, in his racing career, and Grand Nationals and things like that.

“But to see his face at the Olympics and to get that team medal was amazing. And to be able to give something back to him when he had supported me for so long was incredible. I’m going to get emotional!”

As her eyes filled with tears, Mike proudly told his wife: “I think that sums you up. You always put your owners and your horses first, sometimes to the detriment of yourself.

“You will train a horse before you train yourself and you will make sure the horse is right before you do it to yourself.”

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