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News Archives - October 2009

20 October, 2009

Prime Minister John Key has endorsed the concept of public private partnerships in the quest for gold at the Olympics.

Speaking at the official opening last week (Oct. 16, 2009) of Clifton Eventers, New Zealand’s first purpose-built eventing training centre, the Prime Minister said the concept around PPPs and Centres of Excellence are “very important”.

17 October, 2009

TV3 Sport has put to air today a two-minute piece they filmed last Monday at Muriwai about our quest for "the glory dais" of the 80's and 90's.

12 October, 2009

Unfortunately, after consultation with Jonathan Paget, Neil Houston, Eventing team vet and Erik Duvander, Eventing High Performance leader, it has been decided to withdraw Clifton Promise for consideration as a member of the Trans-Tasman squad due to go to the Australian International 3 Day 4-star event, held in Adelaide 13-15 November.

04 October, 2009

Rio de Janeiro will host the Olympics in 2016 following a vote by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Copenhagen, Denmark.


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