Andrew Nicholson: ‘I’ve lost flexion in my neck’

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Watch our interview with Andrew Nicholson as he watches from the sidelines at this year’s Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.

Andrew narrowly escaped paralysis when falling off a horse during the cross-country at Gatcombe in August 2015. While he made his return to the saddle by the end of last year, he felt he was not fit enough for the four-star challenge of Badminton.

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