Boyd Martin

Boyd Martin: Working with a Wellness Coach

When Boyd Martin finished the cross-country course on Tsetserleg TSF, there was a new person at the Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI5*-L vet box with him—Ruben “Gu Rubee” Mahboobi. Mahboobi, dressed in all black and an assortment of earrings, rings and bracelets, stood near Martin during his post-ride press interview.
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Boyd Martin and Fedarman B Claim Emotional Win in Grand-Prix Eventing Festival at Bruce’s Field

AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA – There was not a dry eye in the house as Boyd Martin and Fedarman B, “Bruno”, galloped through the finish flags to win the 2022 $50,000 Grand-Prix Eventing Festival at Bruce’s Field, Presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services. Owned by the Annie Goodwin Syndicate, Bruno belonged to the late Annie Goodwin, who passed away in a tragic schooling accident this summer. Martin, who coached Annie for several years, took the ride in the fall of 2021, and together the pair finished on their dressage score of 25.9.
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Previewing Maryland 5 Star At Fair Hill With Boyd Martin

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Gary Stein talk with three-time U.S. Olympic veteran Boyd Martin, who recently competed on the U.S. Eventing Team at the Tokyo Olympics, about the inaugural Maryland 5 Star, coming to Fair Hill Oct. 14-17. Presented by C3 American Exteriors. • Catching Up With Wizards GM...

Eventing with Boyd Martin: An Olympic Games Like No Other

I was lucky enough to compete at the London Olympics and the Rio Olympics, but I’d have to say that the Olympics we experienced in Tokyo was one like no other. Obviously, it was quite a tricky event to get prepared for: Exactly a year ago, we were ready to go and fired up to execute, and the Olympics were delayed by a year. Thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it was still quite tricky in 2021—even in the lead-up this year, there was talk that it might all be canceled.

Eventing With Boyd Martin

What would you look for in an OTTB? I’m considering one for low-level eventing and would like to know your thoughts on what’s desirable. — Angel, via Facebook. For the first half of my career, I became somewhat of an expert at trying to pick a Thoroughbred that had changed careers and had potential for eventing. After much trial and error, I came up with some criteria that would put the laws of probability on your side.