“I really like to get to know my Horses” – Meet Indian Eventer Fouaad Mirza | RIDE

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For Fouaad Mirza, a career with horses seemed inevitable. But he took the less traditional route for Indian equestrians by pursuing the discipline of Eventing. After winning two medals at the 2018 Asian Games, Fouaad became an amabassador for the sport. Now he is aiming at taking part in the Tokyo Olympics. Get to know Fouaad Mirza & his horses!

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