Speaking about her Olympic call-up, Zara Philips said: "High Kingdom is a pretty cool, very relaxed kind of guy, I was really happy with him at Bramham as he’d obviously grown up and is improving all the time.
"He’s pretty ponylike, a nippy little jumper and easy to manoeuvre so hopefully it will suit himwell in Greenwich.
"High Kingdom is owned by Trevor Hemmings who’s been one ofmy earliest supporters – he’s owned a lot of my horses and has been sosupportive, I couldn’t do it without him.”
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