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Elizabeth Mary Josephine Purbrick (born 16 May 1955 at Warren Farm, West Acre, Norfolk) is a winner of an Armada Dish at the Badminton Horse Trials in 1984 having competed several times with several mounts including Peter the Great and in many different events and was part of the British team selected for the 1980 Olympics which the British team attended in part, the British government taking no official position on the US-led boycott. Purbrick retired after being ousted by the equine institution after she moved to South Africa. She now coaches young people in horsemanship and runs a small farm breeding horses and maintaining a parrot sanctuary.
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