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52 Fridays 2012 – #1 NYTimes Covers The Horsebiz With Story of USEF Horse of the Year, A Fire Survivor & Olympic Contender

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It really does seem that a Thoroughbred named after an Australian gangster is a living, breathing, eventing miracle. He’s looking like a possible Olympian for the London 2012 games, and has just scooped up Horse of the Year honors despite having nearly died in a 2011 barn fire.

The New York Times ran a story this week about the chestnut gelding named Neville Bardos; the article is a great example of high-profile mainstream media coverage of the horsebiz, and a great PR coup for Neville’s team.

Click here to read more about Neville’s media coverage….

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