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Emma Hindle (born 19 May 1975) is a British international equestrian. She first rode for her country in 2004, competing in the World Equestrian Games of that year, and competed for Great Britain in Dressage at both the Athens and Beijing Olympic Games.
Hindle was born in Preston, Lancashire on 19 May 1975. After riding a donkey on the beach at Blackpool aged 4, she began taking regular riding lessons at her aunts stables. She began competitive showing in Working hunter classes, followed by eventing.
When Kyrklund moved to the UK in 1993, Hindle moved to the base of Netherlands Olympic dressage medallist Ellen Bontje in Frankfurt, Germany. It was from this base that she competed in the Beijing Olympics.
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