Boyd Exell steers his way to victory in the FEI World Cup Driving leg

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Current World Driving Champion Boyd Exell stayed true to form to win the FEI World Cup Driving leg at Olympia this evening in front of a roaring crowd.

In our video above Boyd, 44 from Australia, describes what makes the atmosphere at Olympia so special and why the show feels like home ground.

Horse & Country will be at Olympia, bringing you daily reports, videos and up-the-minute news from the show. Our coverage is brought to you in association with Spillers Horse Feeds. We’ll also be showing extensive television highlights following the event – watch on Sky channel 253 or on H&C Play.

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