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  1. Muffin the Mule

    Muffin the Mule

    © Andy Lidstone / Shutterstock.com Muffin the Mule was originally created in 1933 by Fred Tickner, a puppet-maker best known for making traditional Punch and Judy characters. He was specially commissioned by husband and wife puppeteer team, Jan Bussell and...
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  2. Equestrian Olympics: A Brief History

    Equestrian Olympics: A Brief History

    © kovop58 / Shutterstock.com Equestrian sports have been part of the Olympic Games for more than 100 years. Dressage, showjumping and eventing were first introduced in 1912 at the Stockholm Games. However, equestrian sports are nothing new. In fact, they...
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  3. The Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary

    The Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary

    © The Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary Based in Penryn, Cornwall; The Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary provides much needed care for elderly, abandoned and sick animals. While its name reflects that it takes in mostly donkeys, the sanctuary has also looked...
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  4. Harvey Smith

    Harvey Smith

    © Public Domain / CC0 1.0 / Rob Mieremet / Anefo British showjumper Harvey Smith is a legend in the equestrian world - after enjoying an astonishing career at the highest level for more than 30 years. The Yorkshire-born star...
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  5. Prince Philip: Equestrian Life

    Prince Philip: Equestrian Life

    © Punnn / Shutterstock.com The late Prince Philip's lifelong love of horses and equestrian life reinvented equestrian sport, according to friends who shared his passion. The Duke of Edinburgh represented Great Britain in both carriage driving and polo, winning many...
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  6. Horse Racing: The History

    Horse Racing: The History

    © gabriel12 / Shutterstock.com The sport of horse racing employs more than 85,000 people in the UK, with many of them caring for Britain's 14,000 race horses' needs. It is known as the "sport of kings" because the royal family...
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  7. Follyfoot

    Follyfoot

    A much-loved children's television series, Follyfoot was set in a sanctuary for abandoned horses. Aimed at making a statement about the poor treatment of horses and other animals in British society, it carried a remarkably hard-hitting modern message, despite being...
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  8. John Whitaker: Show Jumping Royalty

    John Whitaker: Show Jumping Royalty

    In a top-level career, spanning four decades, the legendary British show jumper John Whitaker has won an astounding 21 medals at Olympic, World and European championships and has competed in five consecutive Olympic Games - in 1980, 1984, 1992, 1996...
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