William Fox-Pitt has had no easy path to the 2016 Olympic Games. After a scary fall at Le Lion d’Angers sidelined him through the 2015 fall season with a head injury, he got back in the tack just in time for Christmas and was cleared by his doctors to compete in mid-March.
Throughout the ordeal, William never lost sight of his goal to represent Great Britain in Rio. His partner: Chili Morning, the 16-year-old Dutch stallion owned by Christopher Stone with whom William won Badminton last year.
“You’ve got to believe in our game,” William says in this new FEI/IMG Media video released in the leadup to the Games. “It’s a risky sport. There are dangers … I’ve got to believe it’s behind me now and we can just get on.”
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