Olympics: Singapore equestrian Caroline Chew opens up about 'toughest moment of career'

Caroline Chew’s historic outing at the Olympics ended in heartbreak as she was eliminated on July 25 after her horse was found bleeding from the mouth. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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TOKYO - On that awful Sunday, when her horse Tribiani has a cut and a slightly bloody lower lip, and they are eliminated immediately from the dressage, Caroline Chew sits in the stables in Tokyo, becoming emotional as she processes the day.

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