Princess Anne at the 1976 Olympics

In 1976 Princess Anne became the first member of the British Royal Family to compete in the Olympic Games.

The Princess was part of the three-day eventing team in Montreal. She suffered concussion after a bad fall from her horse Goodwill.

She shares her Olympic memories with Fred Dove.

This programme was first broadcast in November 2011.

Picture: HRH Princess Anne, The Princess Royal aboard Goodwill during the Mixed Three-Day Event Team Cross-Country at the XXI Olympic Summer Games on 24 July 1976 at the Olympic Equestrian Centre, Bromont, Québec, Canada., Credit: Getty Images.

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