Boyd Exell
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Boyd Exell

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Boyd EXELL is an Australian athlete, born in Bega (Aus), and competes in Driving.

Age47
Competing forAustralia - AUS
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Statistics

Driving

Number of starts: 124
Number of wins: 90
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Discipline: Driving Born: 2003 Studbook: Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Driving Born: 2009 Studbook: HANN Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Driving Born: 2004 Studbook: Sex: Gelding
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
10/02/2019 Bordeaux CAI-W Final WC - World Cup Bajnok 6
10/02/2019 Bordeaux CAI-W Final WC - World Cup Conversano Poker 6
10/02/2019 Bordeaux CAI-W Final WC - World Cup Rocket 123 6
Ranking/Standing Horse Rank Points
FEI Driving World Cup™ Standings 1 30
FEI Driving World Cup™ Qualification Standings 1 97
FEI Top Driver Award Standings - Four-in-Hand 2 77
Biography
General Interest
Hobbies Motorbikes, riding his speedboat, sailing, water skiing, skiing. (begadistrictnews.com.au, 12 Jan 2018; boydexell.com, 04 Feb 2018)
Memorable sporting achievement Being inducted into the Equestrian Australia Hall of Fame in 2017. (begadistrictnews.com.au, 27 Mar 2018)
Injuries In June 2018 he broke his right ankle jumping from the coach box during an event in Sandringham, England. He was able to continue competing after adjusting one of his carriages to allow him to use his left foot to break. (grandprix-replay.com, 06 Jul 2018; Twitter profile, 29 Jun 2018; chioaachen.de, 18 Jul 2018)

In 2015 he suffered an injury to his middle finger after a concrete block was dropped on his hand. A section of his middle finger had to be reattached. (begadistrictnews.com.au, 14 Feb 2015)

In July 2006 he broke his leg in five places in a quad bike accident. He had surgery to pin the break but was unable to recover in time to compete at the 2006 World Equestrian Games [WEG] in Aachen, Germany. (EFA, 28 Aug 2006)
Sporting philosophy / motto "Be driven. Be distinctive. Be spirited." (boydexell.com, 04 Feb 2018)

Medals description

Olympic Games
Gold medal - First place Gold medal - First place
Silver medal - Second place Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked Ranked
FEI World Championships
Gold medal - First Place
Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked