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Tinks Pottinger

Medal record
Competitor for 22x20px New Zealand
Olympic Games
Bronze 1988 Seoul Three-Day Event Team

Judy "Tinks" Pottinger (born 26 April 1956) is a New Zealand horsewoman who won a Bronze Medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. Pottinger, riding Volunteer, was in the New Zealand Three Day Event Team which finished third, along with Andrew Bennie, Margaret Knighton and Mark Todd. In the individual Three Day Event at the same Olympics she finished fifth.

Pottinger continued to compete in eventing until the late 1990s.

She was born in Waipawa.

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