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Thomas Frühmann ends long and successful career

Wednesday, 07 September 2016
Sport

Thomas Frühmann with The Sixth Sence. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Thomas Frühmann with The Sixth Sence. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

After a long and successful career, Austrian rider Thomas Frühmann has decided that it's time to let the curtains close. At the same time, Frühmann will retire his faithful 20-year-old partner The Sixth Sense (Zorro T x Grannus-Granit) from the sport.

The 65-year-old rider has a long record of top results such as being crowned World Cup Champion in 1992, and earning the team silver at the Olympic Games the very same year - both with Genius. Over the last decade, Frühmann has been victorious in several Grand Prix and World Cup competitions with The Sixth Sense. 

Frühmann and The Sitxh Sense will take a final farewell at the Global Champions Tour in Vienna later this month.

 


Source: Reiterrevue.de // Picture © Jenny Abrahamsson

 

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