Eventing legend Sir Mark Todd was one of a number of sports stars who have been honoured at Buckingham Palace.
Defending champion Sir Mark Todd leads a strong New Zealand assault at the Badminton Horse Trials, although he will be without Olympic bronze medal-winning mount NZB Campino when the three-day event begins early next month.
New Zealand's most famous equestrian, Sir Mark Todd is looking for a horse for the Hasting's Horse of the Year show.
Leading Australians and New Zealanders will be guests of honour at a reception hosted by Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
New Zealand's new high performance eventing squad has been named to start preparing for the Rio Olympics, with old hands Andrew Nicholson and Sir Mark Todd again leading the charge.
Decorated equestrian rider Mark Todd says the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016 are a realistic goal.
191 New Zealanders have been recognise in the New Year's honours including Owen Glenn, Mark Todd, Bob Harvey and Bob McDavitt.
Broadcaster Paul Holmes and philanthropist Owen Glenn head the list of New Zealanders recognised in the New Year Honours list.
A fifth Olympic medal at age 56 contributed towards an unexpected knighthood for equestrian great Mark Todd.
Eventing great Mark Todd is selling Campino, the horse that helped carry New Zealand to a team bronze medal at the London Olympics.
Mark Todd, Jock Paget and Jonelle Richards talk with Firstline presenter Rachel Smalley about their Olympic bronze medal.
Our Olympic bronze medal winning equestrian team have arrived back in the country to take part in Friday’s official welcome in Christchurch. But they aren't the only Olympic medallists to touch down ahead of the celebrations.
His first Olympic games were in 1984. Charisma was his horse, the year David Lange was replacing Rob Muldoon as Prime Minister.
Leaning out of a window to speak to 3 News today, man of the hour Mark Todd admitted he will give his plans to retire “a rethink.”
Todd, at 56, became New Zealand's oldest Olympic medallist and is just the third athlete to win medals 28 years apart.
A mere second may cost master horseman Mark Todd in his quest for a third Olympic gold medal.
An inspired dressage display has put veteran Kiwi eventer Mark Todd in third place heading into the cross country round.
Mark Todd and the New Zealand equestrian team have been enjoying themselves in a training camp in Surrey - and the veteran's relaxed.
Mark Todd and Caroline Powell believe the New Zealand equestrian eventing team have a good chance at the London Olympics.
Equestrian veteran Mark Todd has put the disappointment of having his top horse ruled out of the Olympics behind him to secure qualification on another mount, NZB Grass Valley.
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