Hop in my Wayback Machine, little cherubs, and let’s head to 1968 — the year my mum was born, though that’s neither here nor there, really — and across the world to Mexico City, the host of that year’s Olympic Games. Then, the British team were in another one of their golden eras, and this event was no different: they took the team gold medal ahead of the US in silver and Australia in bronze, and that victory was clinched by their anchor rider, Reuben Jones, who delivered the necessary clear with The Poacher. Though they didn’t do the double — individual gold went to France’s Jean-Jacques Guyon and Pitou — the Brits did also secure individual silver, thanks to the efforts of Derek Allhusen and Lochinvar. Check out the fine work of an anchorman with this bit of Olympic history.
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