Veteran Dunwoody still riding high

It’s no secret that Richard Dunwoody was forced to retire early after doctors advised him that the risk of permanent injury to his neck and arm was too great to continue.

27th January, 2007

It’s no secret that Richard Dunwoody was forced to retire early after doctors advised him that the risk of permanent injury to his neck and arm was too great to continue. However, he admits that the surgery he underwent nearly two years ago was so successful that he seriously considered getting back in the saddle.

‘‘I had to give it some consideration and see whether I could get back,” he said. ‘‘It’s riding...

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