The 29-year-old Mirza, who had a spectacular dressage round by taking the ninth place on Saturday, knocked two fences in the jumping round to incur eight penalty points en route to finish 25th.
Indian equestrian Fouaad Mirza picked up 11.20 penalty points and was placed 22nd after the cross-country round at the Olympics.
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The spotlight is on top rider Fouaad Mirza, who will represent India in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 in the elite sport
Mirza is only the third Indian equestrian after Indrajit Lamba and Imtiaz Anees to secure an individual spot in Eventing at the Olympic Games.
The chosen equine will be sent to Belgium to undergo mandatory quarantine before being transported to Tokyo
A ‘shit story’. That’s how Fouaad Mirza put it as his bid to qualify for the Games hit a pitstop at an event in Strzegom, Poland, on Saturday.
With his horse out of a three-week quarantine last Sunday, Fouaad Mirza is targeting an event in the third week of April to come back to competitions.
Asian Games medallist Fouaad Mirza says Centre must provide financial help to popularise equestrian sport
Mirza said quarantine regulations makes the sport even more expensive, and it becomes difficult for equestrian enthusiasts to get horses into India.
Fouaad Mirza credits his horse for double silver, sets sights on notching up qualification points for making Olympic cut.