Episode 14: Mike Mumford


Mumford competes in Los Angeles, 1984

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In this episode, Jec interviews Englishman-turned-Utahn Mike Mumford.

Mike has had an exciting horsemanship journey, starting in the British Army and then to the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 where he competed in the Modern Pentathlon, a sport which includes fencing, show jumping, cross country running, and other elements.

Now Mike is an occasional endurance rider and works for Redmond Equine.

Some other news for you:

We’ve cracked the Top 50 for natural science podcasts in Australia, Ireland and three other countries and the Top 100 in the US, the UK, France, Canada and New Zealand. Thank you so much for listening!

Mike and his current horse, an Arab gelding

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