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Tina Cook, Olympic bronze-medalist triumphs at Fontainebleau

PUBLISHED: 15:11 05 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:16 20 February 2013

Eventing Olympian Tina Cook wins at Fontainebleau

Eventing Olympian Tina Cook wins at Fontainebleau

It was a highly successful weekend for Findon eventer Tina Cook, who triumphed in the individual at Fontainebleau on her Olympic bronze-medal winning horse Miners Frolic


It was a highly successful weekend for Findon eventer Tina Cook, who triumphed in the individual at Fontainebleau on her Olympic bronze-medal winning horse Miners Frolic.



Cook, who is based at the famous Downs Stables in West Sussex, led from start to finish, while team-mate Piggy French claimed silver and Great Britain's eventing team clinched their eighth successive European team title.



The gold is the 39-year-old's first having previous won silver and bronze in previous European Eventing Championships.




Find out what happened when Sussex Life spoke to Tina Cook earlier this year











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