Chris Bartle: ‘Bramham has always been recognised as the top end of three star’

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British Eventing’s performance manager Chris Bartle spoke to H&C about why the CCI*** cross-country at Bramham Horse Trials is tough, but fair.

“Bramham has caused problems, but at the same time it has been shown by other riders to be doable.”

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