Julian Seaman first went to Badminton as an autograph-hunting fan in the 1960s. He later decided to become a competitor. In his first year, his horse became lame. Year two, he completed the dressage in a rainstorm in a coat made in his tailoring class at college. Third time he fell. Indeed, he fell off several times on national TV and achieved immortality as the aWhat happened next?a feature on BBCas A Question of Sport.BlythTait and Chesterfield came too strongly to the Pheasant Feeders at six and fell; Andrew Hoy, the dressage leader with DarienPowers, hada a#39;sillya#39; run out at the Bullfinch after the ditch atthe Shogun Sport Turn. Andrew Nicholson andanbsp;...
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