Above: Boyd Martin saved the life of his eventing horse, Neville Bardos, when he and True Prospect Farm owner and eventing legend Phillip Dutton risked their lives by running into a blazing barn to drag him to safety. Below: The horse barn fire on True Prospect Farm in West Grove, Penn., last May 31 left six horses dead.
Above: Boyd Martin saved the life of his eventing horse, Neville Bardos, when he and True Prospect Farm owner and eventing legend Phillip Dutton risked their lives by running into a blazing barn to drag him to safety. Below: The horse barn fire on True Prospect Farm in West Grove, Penn., last May 31 left six horses dead.
Above: Boyd Martin saved the life of his eventing horse, Neville Bardos, when he and True Prospect Farm owner and eventing legend Phillip Dutton risked their lives by running into a blazing barn to drag him to safety. Below: The horse barn fire on True Prospect Farm in West Grove, Penn., last May 31 left six horses dead.

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