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Green, Lucinda Jane free

MBE 1978

Born 7 Nov. 1953; d of Maj.-Gen. George Erroll Prior-Palmer, CB, DSO and Lady Doreen Hersey Winifred Prior-Palmer; m 1981, David (marr. diss. 1992), s of Burrington Green, Brisbane; one s one d

three-day event rider


St Mary’s, Wantage; Idbury Manor, Oxon


Member of winning Junior European Team, 1971; Winner, 3 Day Events: Badminton Horse Trials Championships, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1984; Burghley, 1977, 1981; Individual European Championships, 1975, 1977; World Championship, 1982; Member: Olympic Team, Montreal, 1976, Los Angeles, 1984; European Championship Team: Luhmühlen, W Germany, 1975 (team Silver Medallist and individual Gold Medallist); Burghley, 1977 (team Gold Medallist), 1985 (team Gold Medallist), 1987 (team Gold Medallist); European Team, 1979, 1983 (team and individual Silver Medallist); Alternative Olympic Team, 1980; World Championship Team: Kentucky, 1978; Luhmühlen, W Germany, 1982 (team and individual Gold Medallist). Co-presenter, Horses, Channel 4, 1987; Commentator: BBC, Badminton, 1987–2005; BBC, Olympic Games, 1988; Channel 7, Australia, Olympic Games, 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2004; Channel 9, Australia, Olympic Games, 2012; Presenter, Rural Rides, Meridian TV, 1997 and 1998. Selector, British three-day event teams, 2002–08; cross-country coach worldwide; cross-country consultant coach for Austria and Shanghai. Editorial Consultant, Eventing, 1989–92. Contrib., various equestrian mags


Up, Up and Away, 1978; Four Square, 1980; Regal Realm, 1983; Cross-Country Riding, 1986, 2nd edn 1995; The Young Rider, 1993


driving, ski-ing, scuba diving, travelling abroad


The Tree House, Appleshaw, Andover SP11 9BS