Equestrian: Caroline Chew relishes 'Mission Impossible' at World Equestrian Games

Lawyer's dedication pays off as she makes it to elite event, an Olympic qualifier for 2020

Singaporean Caroline Chew describes the World Equestrian Games as her sport's "equivalent to football's World Cup".
Singaporean Caroline Chew describes the World Equestrian Games as her sport's "equivalent to football's World Cup".PHOTO: CAROLINE CHEW

Hours after her greatest achievement in equestrianism to date, Caroline Chew was back at work as she traded her harness and riding boots for office wear and a laptop.

On Sunday, the Singaporean had won the freestyle test Grand Prix level after scoring 73.700 points at the Concours de Dressage International de Nice held in Nice, France.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 07, 2018, with the headline 'Chew qualifies for World Games'. Print Edition | Subscribe