Zara Tindall has spoken about her ambitions to compete at her second Olympic Games ahead of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials this weekend.
Brand ambassador and Olympic silver medallist revealed her
ambitions for the future in the latest episode of the Open Range podcast.
Speaking to sports pundit and former rugby player David Flatman, she admitted getting
back in the saddle quicker after the birth of daughter Lena in June than with her first child Mia in 2014.
The 37-year-old said it was ‘a shock to the body’ getting
back on the horse but aims to be ‘back doing the full thing’ next year. Zara’s
ultimate ambition is to work towards a second Olympic Games, as she looks to
build on the silver medal Team GB won in the team eventing equestrian event at
She said: “To be in London, the crowd, the whole Olympic
experience, I can’t tell you, it gives me goose bumps talking about it. It is
As sponsors of the Burghley Horse Trials, Land Rover will be
in attendance, with the brand demonstrating its new Pet Packs, alongside
offering complimentary hospitality to owners and giving visitors young and old
the opportunity to get behind the wheel on its pop-up off-road courses.
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