In the Magazine: Mark Todd, a Legend for Modern Times

Excerpt from the January issue of Heels Down Magazine:

By Caroline Culbertson

Mark Todd is supposed to be retired.

He already tried it once, officially retiring in 2000 to breed horses in Waikato, New Zealand, with his wife Carolyn and their two children. It only lasted eight years until he couldn’t stand it anymore, and once again we’ve got the pleasure of watching the 6-foot-2-inch tall Kiwi “FEI Horseman of the 20th Century” sailing across four-stars around the globe, with the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, N.C., in his sights this year.

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