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Sally Clark (equestrian)

Medal record
Competitor for 22x20px New Zealand
Olympic Games
Silver 1996 Atlanta Three-Day Event Individual
World Championships
Gold 1998 Rome Team Eventing

Sally Clark (née Dalrymple) (born 11 April 1958) is a New Zealand equestrian who won a Silver medal at the Olympic Games. She was born in Palmerston North.

Clark's international eventing career began in 1987 as part of the New Zealand Trans-Tasman Trophy team. She was short-listed for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul but her horse Sky Command died. Clark had to wait 8 years to attend the Olympic Games and finished second to team-mate Blyth Tait in the individual Three Day Event. She won Gold with the New Zealand team the following year at the World Equestrian Games in Rome.



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