Todd selling Olympic mount Campino
Thu, 23 Aug 2012 9:14a.m.
Eventing great Mark Todd is selling Campino, the horse that helped carry New Zealand to a team bronze medal at the London Olympics.
Todd has put three of his horses up for sale to help fund renovations at his new base in Wiltshire, England.
The 56-year-old said it was always part of a business plan with New Zealand Bloodstock to sell the horses.
German-bred 10-year-old Campino, which carried Todd to 12th place in the individual Olympic standings, was originally to be Todd's backup horse in London but his leading mount Land Vision suffered an injury in the lead up to the Games.
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