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TimeOut with FF Plus' Pieter Groenewald

In this TimeOut, Udo speaks to FreedomFront Plus' National Chairperson Dr. Pieter Groenewald, who speaks passionately about his love for Equestrian sport and other sporting interests.

Here are just some of the fascinating things we found out about him:

• He started taking part in Karate at University (in 1975) and got a black belt at age 36 (and still practices Karate) • In Equestrian sport,he did Horse-riding, Show-jumping and was the first person to ride 5 horses simultaneously (he has a record of riding 7 horses at once!) • In high school he played Rugby and some Equestrian sport • He’s a Blue Bulls rugby supporter • He said that he was the chairman of the Sports Council which exists of the 27 chairpersons of all sports clubs at the University of Potchefstroom

Are people playing for money or the heart. Money is important but that is the slaughter of the Blue Bulls, in my opinion.

Pieter Groenewald, FF+

Here's a legendary photo of Pieter's Equestrian days:

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