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Bertie Hill

Olympic medal record

Competitor for 22x20px United Kingdom
Gold 1956 Stockholm Team Three-Day Event

Albert "Bertie" Edwin Hill (February 7, 1927 – August 5, 2005) was a British equestrian.

After serving in the Home Guard during the Second World War, Hill became an amateur jockey in point-to-point racing. He went on to represent Britain in three-day eventing, winning a gold medal at the 1956 games in Stockholm along with a host of other international trophies.

In the 1960s, Hill and his wife opened a riding school at Rapscott on Exmoor, training a number of future international riders including Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips.


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