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A. "Anybody who would tell you that they don’t get motivated and uplifted by the whole spirit of the Olympics — I don’t know where their head would be. It’s an amazing spectacle, and this year in London is going to be extra special. Usually, the equestrian events take place a long way from the main activity. In London, for the first time ever, we are going to be right there in the same venue as everything else taking place, which is going to up the excitement level."
A. "I have special memories from all of them, but Atlanta is probably my most memorable because it was my first. We won a team silver and an individual bronze that year."
A. "My wife [also a vet in the practice] and I breed horses on our farm, and we breed horses for other people. For fun, we both fox hunt, and my wife competes in eventing and dressage, so our life is very closely intertwined with horses — even when we’re not working."
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