Tim and Jonelle Price
Kiwi couple Tim and Jonelle Price have arrived. If the names sound unfamiliar, it’s likely because of the paucity of publicity the sport generates. Among the cognoscenti, however, Tim and Jonelle represent the new generation in eventing. The good ship Price started its journey in the South Island of New Zealand and in 2005 made landfall in the Kennet Valley of southwest England, a gallop away from Badminton, Gatcombe, and Blenheim. For a decade, they have been steadily building their business and stature at Tim and Melissa Brown’s beautifully-appointed Meer Farm. Today, the duo is among the world’s top ten riders and as such are aiming straight for Rio. Jonelle, 35, won an Olympic bronze medal in London in her team debut in 2012, but she really made everyone stand up and take notice with her fourth-place finish on Classic Moet at last year’s World Equestrian Games. The year 2014…
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