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Therapeutic Riding

 

Olympian Inspired Therapeutic Riding

Polio paralyzed her legs, but Liz Hartel of Denmark still won a silver medal for dressage at the 1952 Olympics in Finland. Her success sparked the use of riding as therapy. | MORE

 

Dressage — Just What the Doctor Ordered

In her latest equestrian adventure, this intrepid blind rider learns dressage by feel - and proves once again that you can't keep a good Sam down. | MORE

 

The Heart of a Champion: Hall of Famer Becomes Therapeutic Mount

He's a perfect therapeutic riding horse with a most unusual history--Hall of Fame endurance horse, cancer survivor, and the inspiration for a Breyer horse model. | MORE

 

Miniature Horses as Guides for the Blind

Janet Burleson, the pioneering North Carolina trainer who produced the world's first guide horse (a Miniature Horse named Cuddles -- read her story in the September 2001 issue of Practical Horseman), talks about the Guide Horse Foundation and about Miniature Horses' unique suitability as guides for the sight-impaired. | MORE

 

Life Horse: Where Hope and Joy Abound

Life Horse provides free riding lessons to children with life-threatening illnesses. | MORE

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