Horse insurance: Fallers recovering after Badminton Horse Trials

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Horse insurance: Fallers recovering after Badminton Horse Trials

Riders and animals that fell at Badminton last month are reportedly all on the road to recovery, which should come as a relief to horse insurance policyholders.

Horse and Hound reported how Ireland's Elizabeth Power, who fell at the Sunken Lake and had to be airlifted to hospital was said to be "doing OK, but still pretty shaken up" following a Badminton Horse Trials event on April 24th.

Another Irish rider, Camilla Speirs took a tumble at the Pick Ups and was ambulanced from the course, but told the news source that both she and her mount Portersize Just A Jiff were now "absolutely fine".

Meanwhile, horse insurance policyholders were told that Nicola Wilson's ride Bee Diplomatic had injured his stifle upon misjudging a corner at the HS1 Farmyard, but that he was now "walking around and almost back to his old self".

Last month, equine insurance policyholders saw event rider Mark Todd take the Badminton Horse Trials title, more than three decades after first securing a competition success.

May 06th 2011

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