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Lizzie Purbrick

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[1] having competed several times with several mounts including Peter the Great and in many different events and was part of the British team[citation needed] 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[citation needed] 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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