Tim Price

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Tim Price
Personal information
Born (1979-04-03) 3 April 1979 (age 44)
Sport
CountryFlag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
Sport Equestrian
EventEventing
Medal record
Equestrian
Representing Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
World Championships
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2022 Pratoni Individual eventing
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2022 Pratoni Team eventing

Tim Price (born 3 April 1979) is a New Zealand equestrian, competing in eventing. He is married to Jonelle Price (née Richards), also a New Zealand eventing rider. They are both competing at top international level.

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Price was born in 1979 in Canterbury, New Zealand and educated at Rangiora High School. [1] He travelled to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as part of the reserve for individual and team eventing. [2] [3] Jock Paget withdrew on 5 August 2016 after his horse, Clifton Lush, cut its cheek at the Rio stable and did not recover in time for the event. Price and his horse Ringwood Sky Boy subsequently replaced Paget. [4]

CCI***** results

Results
Event Kentucky (USA)

late April

Badminton (UK)

early May

Luhmühlen (Germany)

June

Burghley (UK)

early September

Maryland (USA)

early October

Pau (France)

late October

Adelaide (Australia)

early November

20029th (Desamoray)
200343rd (Desamoray)
200448th (Desamoray)
2005–2007did not participate
200820th (Vortex)
200920th (Vortex)RET (Vortex)20th (Vortex)
2010–2012did not participate
2013Event first held in 202130th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
20149th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
EL (Wesko)
Gold medal icon.svg (Wesko)EL (Ringwood Sky Boy)
2015Silver medal icon.svg(Wesko)15th (Ringwood Sky Boy)15th (Bango)Silver medal icon.svg (Ringwood Sky Boy)Bronze medal icon.svg (Wesko)
29th (Lord of the Owls)
2016EL (Bango)EL (Ringwood Sky Boy)4th (Ringwood Sky Boy)4th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
21st (Bango)
EL (Xavier Faer)
201736th (Ringwood Sky Boy)Bronze medal icon.svg (Xavier Faer)5th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
18th (Xavier Faer)
201812th (Ringwood Sky Boy)Gold medal icon.svg (Ringwood Sky Boy)
10th (Bango)
EL (Ascona M)
2019Bronze medal icon.svg (Xavier Faer)9th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
RET (Bango)
Gold medal icon.svg (Ascona M)5th (Bango)
EL (Ringwood Sky Boy)
RET (Xavier Faer)
6th (Ascona M)
EL (Wesko)
2020Cancelled due to COVID-19Cancelled due to COVID-19Cancelled due to COVID-19Cancelled due to COVID-19Bronze medal icon.svg (Wesko)Cancelled due to COVID-19
2021Silver medal icon.svg (Xavier Faer)Cancelled due to COVID-19Cancelled due to COVID-19
("replaced" by Bicton 5*:
9th (Ringwood Sky Boy)
Bronze medal icon.svg (Xavier Faer)Gold medal icon.svg (Falco)Cancelled due to COVID-19
202220th (Ringwood Sky Boy)Bronze medal icon.svg (Vitali)
17th (Bango)
RET (Polystar I)
Gold medal icon.svg (Coup de Cœur Dudevin)
20237th (Vitali)
WD (Coup de Cœur Dudevin)
4th (Vitali)34th (Viscount Viktor)
WD (Happy Boy)
EL = Eliminated; RET = Retired; WD = Withdrew

International championship results

Results
YearEventPlaceHorsePlacingNotes
2013World Young Horse ChampionshipsLe Lion d'AngersBango12thCCI**
2014World Equestrian GamesCaenWesko14thTeam
RETIndividual
2016Olympic GamesRio de JaneiroRingwood Sky Boy4thTeam
ELIndividual
2016World Young Horse ChampionshipsLe Lion d'AngersKincooley Cruising20thCCI**
2018World Equestrian GamesTryonCekatinka7thTeam
8thIndividual
2019World Young Horse ChampionshipsLe Lion d'AngersHappy BoyGold medal icon.svgCCI***
2020Olympic GamesTokyoVitali5thTeam
24thIndividual
2022World Eventing ChampionshipsPratoniFalcoBronze medal icon.svgTeam
Bronze medal icon.svgIndividual
EL = Eliminated; RET = Retired; WD = Withdrew

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References

  1. "Mr and Mrs Price a first for Kiwi eventing team". Stuff . 8 August 2014. Retrieved 7 September 2015.
  2. "Tim Price". Equestrian Sports New Zealand. Retrieved 7 August 2016.
  3. "Tim Price". New Zealand Olympic Committee . Retrieved 7 August 2016.
  4. "Rio Olympics 2016: NZ's eventing medal hopes take hit as Jock Paget out of Olympics". Stuff . 6 August 2016. Retrieved 6 August 2016.