Andrew Bennie's first Olympic Games were at Los Angeles in 1984 when, riding Jade, he was one of the New Zealand equestrian three-day eventing representatives.

In his first exposure at that level, Bennie struggled and finished 37th in the individual standings. That competition was won by Bennie's countryman Mark Todd. However, Bennie showed the benefits of that experience at the 1988 Seoul Olympics, when he was part of the New Zealand team - along with Todd, Marges Knighton and Tinks Pottinger - that earned the bronze medal.

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Andrew's Games History